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Old 08-18-2005, 06:56 PM
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Bought a Cutoff & Talk Hf Tool policy

I got myself a HF cutoff tool today 10 bucks (90114), while paying for it the guy was talkin about the 1 year warranty, sweet 10 dollar tool 1 year warranty...That warranty's worth 10 bux alone.....Then he also mentioned if I owned any craftsman ratches and wrenches, I said yep couple big tool boxes full of them and some others..

Anyway he says that HF wrenches and ratches have lifetime warranty on them like craftsmans, bring in a broke hf tool and get a new one typea deal (prolly need a recipt, because those tools look so generic how you gonna prove they are hf)...But, I thought that was pretty cool, but who knows how much you can really put grunt into them without it snapping...Still that beats the hell outta the other cheap tools from say like walmart or wherever.

Used my cutoff on my glasspacks, cut their ends off make it deeper and let that fiberglass fly outta there str8 pipes with a muffler look

Gotta go back tomorrow and get a 10 pack of discs, i shoulda known i would need more when i was there (broke the disc on my pass exaust. after doing the drivers side) How much better are the metal cutting discs compared to the regular cutting discs that look like brake pad material..?
Im gonna get the metal cutting ones, but im just curious.

Its an air hog (17cfm @90) but my comp keeps up with 15 second pauses every 45s. to minute of cutting, well worth the 10 bucks, I was gonna hacksaw it, glad i bought this instead of the other route. Id still be hacking away LOL!!!
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