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I know it's nothing but imported cheap stuff. But everybody's got cheap stuff from them. I've gotten a few things from them.

But now we have a Harbor Freight in my town :cool:
I think I'll go there today, and leave my wallet in the truck :brownbag

I'll get updates on how cool it was or how bad it sucked :shrug
 
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3 jaw pullers and the Ujoint/Ball joint kit are super cheap and i use them all the time.

I also got a 10inch compound mitre saw for 80 bucks and it works like a champ.
 

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Harbor Frieght is the sh1*.... the cheap import crap has life time warrantys, you brake it just return it.
 

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Don't buy their pilot bearing remover, I broke three when I changed out my clutch....their total junk..But some of their other stuff is good...Fog
 

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I hate you. I wish I had one nearby. I have to bribe friends into picking me up their 10 packs of cutting and grinding wheels (cheap!). Also their cheap grinders are awesome for wire wheels, flapper wheels etc.
 

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Keith_L said:
I hate you. I wish I had one nearby. I have to bribe friends into picking me up their 10 packs of cutting and grinding wheels (cheap!). Also their cheap grinders are awesome for wire wheels, flapper wheels etc.
http://www.harborfreight.com
 

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Keith_L said:
I hate you. I wish I had one nearby. I have to bribe friends into picking me up their 10 packs of cutting and grinding wheels (cheap!).
You know.... I tried those for a while. Gave them an honest chance... probably ran through 50 or so of the cutting wheels. They're okay if you're looking to save some cash, but nowadays I just buy the expensive ones. I can't remember the name of one brand I like.... but DeWalt has a "skinny" (non-reinforced) cutoff that works pretty well and is only about $2/ea.
 

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I was there for over 2 hours with some friends :D
I bought a OBD-II code reader for $40 / Heat gun with case for $20 / and a airhose real with 30ft of hose for $20.
No shipping charge and I get a firefighter 10% discount :thumbup

Their sale items suck in the computer. Each thing on sale needs the boss to walk upfront and adjust the register.

I say tons of cheap air hose stuff, so I can build one of them contraptions to air up all 4 tires at once :thumbup

I would have taken pictures of the place like I was on vacation. But they might of called the cops for me casing the joint :brownbag
 

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seboh said:
DeWalt has a "skinny" (non-reinforced) cutoff that works pretty well and is only about $2/ea.
Thats the ones I use...for the price and durability, ya can't beat 'em!:shrug
 

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ive used their 4.5" cut offs for ever. bought a bunch when they were on sale in the mail catalog, you take it into the store & they match it. cut sway bars, drop links, doors & fenders. everything. wait for sales, it all goes on sale.
 
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