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Old 06-09-2006, 01:11 PM
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20% off at Harbor Freight Tools

Harbor freight coupon for 20% off any one item.

http://ww2.harborfreightusa.com/show...eid=202&email=
http://www.billt.com/harborfreightcoupons.htm


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I am always looking for an excuse to go to Harbor Freight and that metal saw at 69.95 -20% is just too good to pass up.
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Old 06-10-2006, 07:51 AM
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rate the saw

If you buy the saw, give us a product rating of how good it works and if it'll cut 1/4 inch steel. Would be a great alternative to a cold saw.
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Old 06-10-2006, 09:40 AM
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LOVE that '63. I learned to drive in a '63, metallic sky blue, Impala SS 2-dr hard top w/ 327 & PG. Engine turned panels, bucket seats, console shifter, what a marvelous car.
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Old 06-10-2006, 09:49 AM
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My version of a boat. (only take it out when the sun is out)

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When I was in high school, a friend's brother got one of those. Same color and everything. I fell in love with that car. Not a Chevy fan, but would love to have something like that.

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Old 06-13-2006, 07:00 AM
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off the subject

Cool,but what's it got to do with 20% off?
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Ok, Picked up that saw but so far only tried it on some 3/16" aluminum tread plate (diamond plate). I will dig out some mild steel plate later today maybe and see how that works. The cut was a bit ragged on the aluminum but was easy to clean up, however I am used to working with sheared edges so I may be hard to please. The specs say it will handle .275" mild steel which is just a tad over 1/4", we will find out.

If you get one of these things better pick up some ear plugs too
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20% off still valid?

First coupon expired June10.Other (green) has no date.Will they honor it now and copied off computer?Any dollar limit?Thinking of 5hp 2 stage compressor around 1000 normally, on sale sometimes. THANKS!
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I have the metal cutting circular saw. At $99.00 , it would be undervalued!!

I did some 2"x2" x .250" wall tubing. Took a light file to clean up the edge. VERYYY pleased. Also did some 4x4 angle, but it didn't cut deep enough for single pass. Still cut it like butter. 10x better than abrasive. 20x quicker! No clue how it would stack up to a cold saw, but I am looking forward to them making a 14" chop saw version of this saw!!
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re: 20% off at Harbor Freight Tools

Does the say cut at a slower RPM than a regular sood saw? I've use a "metal devil" saw and they run slower but do an awesome job.
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Seems to run slower. But honestly, its really hard to tell. The noise is a different pitch, and each brand of saw sounds ddifferent to me. The blade is completely encased. Even on the outside.
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First coupon expired June10.Other (green) has no date.Will they honor it now and copied off computer?Any dollar limit?Thinking of 5hp 2 stage compressor around 1000 normally, on sale sometimes. THANKS!
There is a coupon online now for 20% off. There is no dollar limit and it applies to sale prices also.the register automaticaly takes the discount off the highest priced item you buy. I print mine off the computer and they have always accepted them.
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[QUOTE=impalaman63]Enjoy

Thank you impalaman63!! I printed up your coupon yesterday and saved $60.00 last night on H-F's $299.00 1,000 pound platform motorcycle lift!! This lift is solid and well worth the money. It is a lot foot pumping to get the lift to the max. height, about 50 foot pumps worth, but I can live with that. Thanks again.

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