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TOTD (tool of the day) V4

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  • #753734
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I got rid of the 6″ of flood water in the garage, then two hours later it’s back to 3″, I think the ground is so saturated it’s not going down and my crawlspace is not flooded that back flowed into the garage from one of the vents.

    Sounds like a real mess,push the water out and then it comes back. You are probably right the ground is saturated. Sure hope you dry out soon.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #753739
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    My Tsask support rods made a big diff today with their optional wide span holders. Avoided me having to do a bunch of unecessary work.

    Those Tsask support rods look to pretty handy to have. That is great they saved you bunch of unnecessary work.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #753744
    Doobie
    Moderator

    My Tsask support rods made a big diff today with their optional wide span holders. Avoided me having to do a bunch of unecessary work.

    Those Tsask support rods look to pretty handy to have. That is great they saved you bunch of unnecessary work.

    I’ve had them for close to 20 years now. Indispensible for certain tasks working solo.

    Yesterday they just simply were additional reinforcement for a temp scaffold in its middle span that would have taken me a lot longer to accomplish using wood instead.

    #753758
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    GTokley wrote:
    Doobie wrote:
    My Tsask support rods made a big diff today with their optional wide span holders. Avoided me having to do a bunch of unecessary work.

    Those Tsask support rods look to pretty handy to have. That is great they saved you bunch of unnecessary work.

    I’ve had them for close to 20 years now. Indispensible for certain tasks working solo.

    You have had these support rods for close 20 years. I thought you just got them a few years ago. I remember you using them last year.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #753774

    My Tsask support rods made a big diff today with their optional wide span holders. Avoided me having to do a bunch of unecessary work.

    They definitely look like great items to have for extra help.

    #753947
    Doobie
    Moderator

    My Tsask support rods made a big diff today with their optional wide span holders. Avoided me having to do a bunch of unecessary work.

    They definitely look like great items to have for extra help.

    They are. They really are if you work solo a lot like I do. I have extension stems for them and a handful of wide head attachment accessories also. I also have two of their shortish 2 foot versions as well. Don’t know how I would have managed at times without them all. Highly recommend having them.

    #753996

    My Tsask support rods made a big diff today with their optional wide span holders. Avoided me having to do a bunch of unecessary work.

    They definitely look like great items to have for extra help.

    They are. They really are if you work solo a lot like I do. I have extension stems for them and a handful of wide head attachment accessories also. I also have two of their shortish 2 foot versions as well. Don’t know how I would have managed at times without them all. Highly recommend having them.

    Nice , I was just searching for them , lots of different models and price range , I saw some at HD for around 43 bucks , what is the price range of the one you bought , and where did you buy them from.
    Also do they come with different accessories , or did you buy them extra.

    #754637

    I could name a few , not necessarily tools of the day , but tools for the moment lol
    Definitely the bosch rotary hammer drills , but I think it’s definitely going to be the 14 gallon dust extractor , this thing is so so nice to use , it’s definitely not that noisy , and really does a great job keeping the areas cleaned

    #754646
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I think it’s definitely going to be the 14 gallon dust extractor , this thing is so so nice to use , it’s definitely not that noisy ,

    That is the nice thing about the Bosch DC, the noise or should I say the lack of noise. It is really quiet for the power it puts out.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #754652
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    I could name a few , not necessarily tools of the day , but tools for the moment lol

    Definitely the bosch rotary hammer drills , but I think it’s definitely going to be the 14 gallon dust extractor , this thing is so so nice to use , it’s definitely not that noisy , and really does a great job keeping the areas cleaned

    Wow this thread has been quiet.

    I have been thinking about getting a Bosch dust extractor.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #754659

    I think it’s definitely going to be the 14 gallon dust extractor , this thing is so so nice to use , it’s definitely not that noisy ,

    That is the nice thing about the Bosch DC, the noise or should I say the lack of noise. It is really quiet for the power it puts out.

    Yes it’s great , I’m actually thinking about getting another one , I originally wanted to get the smaller 9 gallon , but figured I might as well just get another 14 gallon , especially since I have plenty of bag’s

    #754661

    I could name a few , not necessarily tools of the day , but tools for the moment lol

    Definitely the bosch rotary hammer drills , but I think it’s definitely going to be the 14 gallon dust extractor , this thing is so so nice to use , it’s definitely not that noisy , and really does a great job keeping the areas cleaned

    Wow this thread has been quiet.

    I have been thinking about getting a Bosch dust extractor.

    Yeah it was not busy , but actually not that bad , I’ve seen worse threads being resurrected after several months , besides I think I had decent content and at least pictures 😐

    I say yeah , go for it the dust extractor from Bosch are very nice , typical great Bosch quality.

    #754666
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I have been thinking about getting a Bosch dust extractor.

    You really can’t go wrong with the Bosch units. They are quiet and reliable.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #754673

    Kunys knee pads , really makes a difference , these plus Advil or tylenol lol

    #754676
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    Yeah it was not busy ,

    This what I was meaning.

    I’ve seen worse threads being resurrected after several months , besides I think I had decent content and at least pictures

    I didn’t mean any harm by you posting in thread that is older. It is nice to see older threads being posted in. I wasn’t trying find fault with your content. Yes pictures do help.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #754677
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    I say yeah , go for it the dust extractor from Bosch are very nice , typical great Bosch quality.

    I might go for a Bosch dust extractor. I have heard good things about them.

    I have been thinking about getting a Bosch dust extractor.

    You really can’t go wrong with the Bosch units. They are quiet and reliable.

    I like idea that they are quiet and they don’t take up alot of space. I hate using my shop vac due to the noise.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #754679
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    Kunys knee pads , really makes a difference , these plus Advil or tylenol lol

    Knee pads do make a huge difference. I have a older pair knee pads I got from PA. They are not too bad. I couldn’t find them when I did kitchen floor at rental apartment. My knees really bother me after doing the floor.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #754683

    Yeah it was not busy ,

    This what I was meaning.

    I’ve seen worse threads being resurrected after several months , besides I think I had decent content and at least pictures

    I didn’t mean any harm by you posting in thread that is older. It is nice to see older threads being posted in. I wasn’t trying find fault with your content. Yes pictures do help.

    I know Greg , 👍🍺 no worries ,

    #755831
    Clev08
    Pro

    Using my leaf blower for powder snow is so satisfying. My Tool of the day was definately my M18 Fuel leaf blower. Way faster and leaves a better looking sidewalk, I had plenty of 9.0 battery left that I went down the street and cleaned the neighbors sidewalks too.

    #755834
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Using my leaf blower for powder snow is so satisfying.

    and fast too, just blow it away. Nice idea.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

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