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Old 12-08-2009, 03:55 PM   #51
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Damn, those LED socket adapters are mighty tempting! lol
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Old 12-09-2009, 01:06 AM   #52
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damn I am itching to get one of the tool boxes, peter I'll be giving you a call after x-mas to order a box from you!
Yea I was very tempted myself when i first saw it too. Thats why i had to get one myself. Which one are you looking at right now?
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Old 12-09-2009, 03:05 PM   #53
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Yea I was very tempted myself when i first saw it too. Thats why i had to get one myself. Which one are you looking at right now?
The TCAE0701, 7-drawer mobile tool trolley and the TCAD0101 1-drawer service cart, is what I've been drooling over on.
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Old 12-09-2009, 10:28 PM   #54
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The TCAE0701, 7-drawer mobile tool trolley and the TCAD0101 1-drawer service cart, is what I've been drooling over on.
Yea that is a nice tool chest. I haven't seen it yet, but judging by the Toptul tool chest I have, they are pretty good quality stuff

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Old 12-15-2009, 12:08 PM   #55
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are you going to make like special deals and stuff? lol ygpm btw
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are you going to make like special deals and stuff? lol ygpm btw
What kind of special deals would you like? 10% off is for revscene members only, isnt that special?
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so i run off to use the washroom at work, Brian Jessel BMW... and i look down on the ground, a mechanic musta had his wrench fall out of his pocket...


i pick it up, wash it, and dry it, and notice, ohh its a toptul wrench. i gave it to one of the staff hoping the mechanic would come back to claim it, either that or they seriously have been eating their iron big time and squeezed out a wrench!
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Old 12-20-2009, 06:25 PM   #58
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so i run off to use the washroom at work, Brian Jessel BMW... and i look down on the ground, a mechanic musta had his wrench fall out of his pocket...


i pick it up, wash it, and dry it, and notice, ohh its a toptul wrench. i gave it to one of the staff hoping the mechanic would come back to claim it, either that or they seriously have been eating their iron big time and squeezed out a wrench!
Hahaha i asked my friend that works at brian jessel bmw as a tech, and he said he did lose a wrench. He's looking for it right now
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i left it with one of the co workers in that office room. so he should just ask that office room.



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Hahaha i asked my friend that works at brian jessel bmw as a tech, and he said he did lose a wrench. He's looking for it right now
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i've always been a believer in US made tools, especially US made craftsman. I found a forum about how craftsman users in the US have been disappointed with the quality of craftsman tools lately. They're bashing asian made tools but there's a nice plug for Toptul if you read the posting, about third one down
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i've always been a believer in US made tools, especially US made craftsman. I found a forum about how craftsman users in the US have been disappointed with the quality of craftsman tools lately. They're bashing asian made tools but there's a nice plug for Toptul if you read the posting, about third one down
http://www.mysears.com/Tools-Equipme...s/posts?page=2
There is a forum that has a lot of reviews on every brand of tool possible.
Go to www.garagejournal.com for more info. Thats the website I went on to discover Toptul. There is more reviews on toptul products in that forum.
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Old 12-30-2009, 02:59 PM   #62
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Peter you might want to get a circular polarizer for your camera for tool shots to eliminate the glare!
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damnit! i went thru the catalog briefly and didnt see the impact screw driver, so i went out and bought one from kms. then as im checking it out again, i finally see it! bottom left corner of the page! =(
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Peter you might want to get a circular polarizer for your camera for tool shots to eliminate the glare!
Thanks for the tip man. I kept on taking the same picture over and over and the glare is still there. I'm a camera newb.
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damnit! i went thru the catalog briefly and didnt see the impact screw driver, so i went out and bought one from kms. then as im checking it out again, i finally see it! bottom left corner of the page! =(
I had that same problem. It took me a while to find the impact screw driver in the catalog too.
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Disc brake piston spreader
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Does Toptul make autobody hand tools? Looking for body hammer & dolly sets.
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Does Toptul make autobody hand tools? Looking for body hammer & dolly sets.
Yes, toptul do make autobody tools. I will be getting some hammers and dollys for sample and testing
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