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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by WickedGood, Jun 16, 2010.

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  1. WickedGood

    WickedGood Guest

    You cant have too many tools on your boat.

    Here are

    A Sears Best Craftsman Beam-type. 1/2" drive 150 ft./lb Torque Wrench Just $25

    Open End Wrenches: Various sets

    Sears Craftsman Socket Sets 1/4"
    Sears Craftsman Socket Sets 3/8"
    Sears Craftsman Socket Sets 1/2"
    Take all three sets in a rubbermaid tool box for just $100.

    Ikilite Spin Socket Driver Sets $20 per set of 6

    Tin Snip Sets $20 per set of 3

    a couple 10" Sears Craftsman table saws $80 each

    a 12" Delta Planer & Metal Cabinet Stand $200

    Stanley Hand Planes $100 Each

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