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Discussion in 'Riding Gear - Accessories - Workshop Tools' started by GreyImport, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. GreyImport

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    It does look better with the longer trigger. At $20 it would be a worthwhile addition for anyone who uses rattle cans :)
     
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    I think I come into that catergory .... and I think theres many more scattered around the place :lolsign:

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    Yep.. my collection is pretty much like that too, but no Hammertone :)
     
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    Coming from the US it will probably get held up in Customs because it says its a GUN... :)
     
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    All sorted

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    Does that mean that work is going to re-commence on the Flyer??


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    Yea maybe ... after I do all the belts on the LC and the FZR carbs are rebuilt and back on the street bike and .... :help: :D
     
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    Damn fine tool ! ... and no I didnt paint half the house , its a shadow :)


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    @Andych ,
    Bunning's have those large JFlex Spray Shelter booth's on clearance now for $20 instead of $69, i just grabbed one 20180914_144551.jpg 20180914_144559.jpg
     
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    Looks like I am heading to Bunnings then. Just got back last night (Friday night) from a 2300km week away for work so I am stuffed and don’t really want to be in the car any more lol.


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    Well I bought one but they didn’t have it reduced. Apparently the yellow stickers are “Store Discretion” and apparently here they have sold quite a few.
    The Tool Store manager said if he got down to 1 or 2 left he would have done it but he still has 10 or so in stock.
    Still, even at $70 it is worth it.
    I bought a small drill mount polishing mop kit too. I can’t find my others and it is going to be difficult to get to All Tools or Sydney Tools till later in the week and I want to start polishing today.
    I have to get as much done as I can in the next few weeks as once I have me knee replacement done I am probably out of action for 2 months


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