Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Greenwood, Indiana (Indianapolis)
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Well not counting what is currently under the Christmas tree here's what I have. Some hand me downs include an old Craftsman circular saw and drill that's maybe 25 years old (back when they made stuff I like) B&D belt sander, mouse, jigsaw, (not my tool preference but they were free) GMC orbital buffer, Pro-Tech 10" miter saw, and some various hand tools. Stuff that I bought includes a Craftsman 80pc socket set, several hand tools. Got some nifty GearWrench and GearRatchet that have prooved to be good quality and handy. Plenty of Klein screwdrivers that I've tried to break and they just won't. Got a Bosch 18v cordless drill, DeWalt 18v cordless hammerdrill/drill/driver, cordless grinder, corded hammerdrill, and sawzall. I can't stand regular circular saws cuz they all seem to be built for lefties or something so I bought a Skil worm drive and I love it. Lastly got the little Rotozip, and a Dremel with all kinds of attachments. I'm really picky about my tools, I buy most of the better stuff. Unless it's something i'll use very rarely like engine tools. I'll go to harbor freight for that.
Of course I want every tool that exists, but let's get real! lol I'll settle for the DeWalt 24v cordless sawzall, their 12" sliding compound miter saw...actually anything DeWalt because both my uncle and I have had great luck with their tools. Never had to repair any of them. Unlike some craftsmans....
2005 F350 XLT FX4. 2.5" leveling kit, 03 turbo, 4" MBRP Turbo-back, 58v FICM, SCT X4, Irate Diesel coolant filter