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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Kai Ju, Dec 29, 2010.
I'll take 2, send me your paypal info.
Jamm, you have mail
PM sent...I'll take one :)
You have mail.
I'd like 3. PM sent.
You have mail.
Payment made and PM sent.
I use this product when I fuel up my Rotopax gas container, and it works great!
No more overfilling the gas can, I can see inside the neck of the can to judge when to stop the flow.
Thanks for a handy and useful product.
Glad you like the EFN Tool.
Thanks for the feedback I appreciate it.
Ordered two more. Can never have too many Xmas stocking stuffers.
I'll keep my eye out for your payment, thanks for the repeat business.
Received the check, tools should go out today.
Great! I'll look for them.
One of mine is in my wallet, right next to the cardboard spare-truck-key holder. Now I need to go someplace where they have foreskins on the nozzles so I can use it! (Heading over to the Dallas area Sunday; maybe they've got 'em. I'll put the "spare" in the Street Rod's left saddlebag today.)
Your SHawk's running GREAT; I'm blown away more each time I ride it!
Right now it's parked in my tent at ETME Acres amongst a bunch of Hardly-Ablesons, ready for Bugs'n'Blues (www.etmeinc.com). I let an ol' friend who runs an independent "any-bike" shop ride it yesterday while I was setting up my tent (like me, he just likes bikes, period) and he came back impressed! He said it reminds him of a Suzuki TL1000 but much more nimble. I anticipate a lot of questions today and am making up some handouts detailing your work (like I should have had at the bike show but didn't get 'round to!).
I finally got my daughter to video me using the EFN Tool.
If this doesn't make you wonder how you could have survived this long without one I don't know what will, anyway, here it is:
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pm me if you want one, or two. The price is still the same: $5.00 each, shipped in the lower 48.
$5.00 each plus actual shipping cost everywhere else.
Time to bring this back to the top.
I have EFN Tools left, you have money burning a hole in your pocket and you're tired of having to hold the boot to top off your tank.
Price is still the same, $5 each, shipped to the lower 48, actual shipping cost everywhere else.
Just used mine again an hour ago, this thing just plain works.
Thanks for the positive feedback, I appreciate it.
Watch the video, read the reviews, and buy one or two.
You may not know this yet, but you can not live without this EFN Tool if you live or travel anywhere they use these god forsaken nozzles.
Price is still the same, $5.00 shipped in the lower 48, $5.00 plus actual shipping cost anywhere else.
Received mine the other day . It's going in the backrest pouch for future travels when I encounter those dang nozzles.