Great tool package

Discussion in 'Australia' started by McCardigan, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. McCardigan

    McCardigan happy Budda

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    G/day all

    Just found these at Cost Less Bolts here in Ringwood Melbourne.
    $80 for good quality 12 metric size reversible rachets, from 8mm to 19mm.


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    Cheers
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  2. Mouse

    Mouse I'm only smelly

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    owned by snap on indeedy they are.

    nice tools, i hear some are rebadged as bluepoint...
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  3. braaap!

    braaap! Long timer Supporter

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    tasty! whereabouts in ringwood Mr TuckTruck? I mean to get me some, the satchel has nice pipe edging too! :D
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  4. ayashko

    ayashko Been here awhile

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    cost less has a branch in moorabin too...
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  5. McCardigan

    McCardigan happy Budda

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    Evening Braaap

    13 Molan St Ringwood 03-9879-5233.

    Had a couple of sets left on the counter, but only in Blue edging I believe:evil, I got the last orange:wink:

    Tell you what. I'll sell you my satchel.
    Make an offer:D

    Cheers
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  6. What's his Face

    What's his Face lost as

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    my package also has a great tool:rofl


    ooohhh... you meant spanners
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  7. braaap!

    braaap! Long timer Supporter

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    I got this special rubber suit y'see... tight... shiny... nothing sticks.... nada!!

    Not even a green lamb curry... or Sandra Sully.... :lol3

    Swap blue for orange... for 3 musk sticks and 2 mates - deal?

    Ok! I'll throw in a pack of 'fags'


    :thumb
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  8. braaap!

    braaap! Long timer Supporter

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    FFS , I can use google too.... it's just that I'm....

    needy



    now go feed that dog an' buy some flowers.. :nod
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  9. RamJet57

    RamJet57 sometimes the tranni

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    Bahco make good wood chisels - tools look good Chris - thanks for the tip.
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  10. spottedquoll

    spottedquoll Adventurer

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    Bahco make top of the line gardening gear, I've got a pair of these

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    which I used almost every working day for three years without problem (clean and sharpen every couple of weeks, still good enough to take fingers off). If their spanners are as good as their other gear they should last a lifetime.
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  11. urbanoyster

    urbanoyster Been here awhile

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    Do they make a set in imperial AF?? (this is a serious question)
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  12. buckscreek

    buckscreek AUTODIDACTIC

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    I have several Bahco saws. They cut things good. And orange handles too, so they don't match my motorbike. Had Sandvik secateurs, now same ones are Bahco branded. Still cut stuff but.
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  13. buckscreek

    buckscreek AUTODIDACTIC

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    So you used them 3-4 times then?
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  14. Jonny Cash Money

    Jonny Cash Money Been here awhile

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    Just got this beauty -

    haven't even used them yet, but the feel and look very high quality.

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    just need a torque wrench now, then i'm set!
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  15. clangers

    clangers Love a drink

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    For the price it is a quality set. Mine has a couple of years of abuse and has held up perf.:thumb
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  16. spottedquoll

    spottedquoll Adventurer

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    It's called work, you may be unfamiliar with the concept.
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