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Old 07-26-2009, 05:34 AM   #11
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Never know when you might need one of these rofl.

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**** yeah. In our garage my dads got like 2 of those really huge snap-on toolboxes except they're different brands. And then a smaller one with like powertools and a really neat'o blowtorch lol. Ahh.. brings back memories to those pyro years where fire was just about everything. xD
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Old 07-26-2009, 05:40 AM   #13
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**** yeah. In our garage my dads got like 2 of those really huge snap-on toolboxes except they're different brands. And then a smaller one with like powertools and a really neat'o blowtorch lol. Ahh.. brings back memories to those pyro years where fire was just about everything. xD
I have yet to grow out of the pyro stage hence why I jump at any chance to bust this bad boy out.



Also comes in handy for oxyacetylene bombs.
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Is that a welder?
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Old 07-26-2009, 05:43 AM   #15
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Is that a welder?
I can use it for welting but mainly use it as a cutting torch here's my main welder.



Have a TIG trigger for it too in case I ever want to weld some aluminum.
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rofllll. Now those are some machines i would like to own someday. They do cost a pretty penny on the market though :/ Nice set of.. everything! you've got there lol. What you've got there is what you really call a fully equipped workshop.
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Old 07-26-2009, 05:51 AM   #17
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rofllll. Now those are some machines i would like to own someday. They do cost a pretty penny on the market though :/ Nice set of.. everything! you've got there lol. What you've got there is what you really call a fully equipped workshop.
You don't want to know how much that welder cost Snap-On stuff is definitely not cheap. Thanks it helps that I have a bunch of the stuff from when my gandpa was a heavy machinery mechanic/operator.
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Yeah, i've been told that snap-on is one of those high-end brands so i wasnt expecting you to say it was cheap lol. Actually, funny story, my grandpa was also a heavy machinery operator. Dont really know what he did, but him and my dad say it was all heavy machinery, steel, welding, and ear defening loud noises every day. He even owned his own store at one point. But anyways, cool stuff.
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Yeah, i've been told that snap-on is one of those high-end brands so i wasnt expecting you to say it was cheap lol.
Yeah I love Matco and Snap-On my box at work is a Matco.
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Yeah I love Matco and Snap-On my box at work is a Matco.
Auto Body/mechanic? I noticed a spray gun as well.
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