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After I came back from trade school I lived with my parents for a year. I was working at IHC in Seattle. One day after coming home from work I saw my father and brother outside working on his old beater Dodge. When I came over they wherein the process of hitting my "Snap-On" breaker bar with a hammer to break a bolt loose !!! I totally lost my salvation !!!!!
Later my father said I should apologize to my brother for calling him names. I said that breaker bar cost over $100.00 (that's $100.00 in 1970's money) and I'm the one who should apologize ?!?!?!?
I still own that breaker bar, and every time I use it I remember my brother hitting it with that hammer as is still has the dents in the handle.
Now before anyone gets on my case about saying "Hillbillies" they need to know my family background a little. For example my family still practices "Shivaree" at weddings. If you don't know what that is then your not from the hills of Kentucky. Also one of my great-great grandfathers had "Daniel Boone" as his best man. He signed the wedding certificate as the best man witness. My brother has a copy of it. The original is still in the county courthouse.
What I'm trying to say is you don't have to shake my family tree very hard before certain people start falling out.
That's the "Acadians" who got thrown out of Canada by the British after the Seven Years War:Well to me hillbilly's always made the best moonshine and was always able to keep thing moving with bubble gum and bailing wire.
My gene pool French- Canadian if we are going off topic.
We apologize to you, Jericho, for the drifting:
Yes. All M18 size tools will except all M18 batteries, though the smaller tools handle weird with a large battery hanging off it.We apologize to you, Jericho, for the drifting:
- You started a great thread here and we all got comfortable with it is all.
Thanks for starting it!
Guessing the bigger batteries fit the smaller impact wrenches, do you know rustystud?
Like floridanson said, "I don't plan on building any bridges either" (funny!).Yes. All M18 size tools will except all M18 batteries, though the smaller tools handle weird with a large battery hanging off it.
Speaking of new tool lines. Harbor Freight has started their "Icon" tool line. They say it will compete with the big boys like MAC and Snap-On . I bought a set of wrenches to try out. They are a little bigger then the Snap-On wrenches (thicker) but overall they look and feel pretty good. Their also about 1/3 the price. The 3/4" wrench I tested had about the same "Jaw Spread" as the Snap-On does so we'll see how this all pans out in the end.There is a brand new line of tools being introduced by Wal Mart called HART. It will be interesting what they do with this line. Looks like they are upgrading their black and decker and cheap tools to become a real player with the likes of Kobalt & husky.....
I thought "jaw-spread" is the disbelief that Harbor Freight might legitimately put out a high quality tool line.Speaking of new tool lines. Harbor Freight has started their "Icon" tool line.
For those not familiar with the term of wrench "jaw spread" , it's what happens when you try and remove or tighten a really stuck bolt.
It seems they have gotten quite a few engineers from major tool companies to redesign their tool line.
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