...wipes away tear...a simple thank you goes a long way.4BYnTacoma said:I don't know if anyone else does, but I appreciate these posts.
No Prob! Hmmm- 50% Snap on Student discount..you sayAK98Taco said:Yes, thank you for the heads up.
I had to buy tools for my automotive classes, and Craftsman is a far better deal than Snap-On... Even with the 50% student discount!
That's what my Dad did for me when he got me my tools. We agreed on a good set, he bought it online, and I picked it up at a local Sears. It didn't matter that he was 3,000 miles away.grillmasterp said:Bump-
Just wanted to let you guys know that you can buy on line for in-store pickup to save on shipping costs
Damn it Phong!grillmasterp said:
Don''t try to blame me on more SAS delaysBear said:Damn it Phong!
(I had to be different!) you are costing me money! I was planning on buying more SAS parts this weekend, but now I have to reconsider that to buy more tools because of you!
No seriously dude, you are one reason I miss the motherland, you always find the good deals, glad you started bringing your eagle eye more over to the nat. board.
How ya been?
grillmasterp said:Don''t try to blame me on more SAS delays
Yeah- Very rarely do the deals I post actually SAVE you any money-
You just end up spending more. lol
Life's been good- Wife, truck & dog are doing fine- That's what matter's right.
Say hi to Mama Bear & the Cubs
Actually the item that I linked had a different part number and I believe was part of their holidy special catalog leftovers- It actually came with a bonus piece - 9 X 11 wrench. Great deal for price-Super Doody said:
Yeah, the YEAR it took to try and get my last Craftsman torque wrench recalibrated was no problem at all . But when they tried to ship it back and UPS stole it, I took the claim money and put it toward a new Snap On replacement.AK98Taco said:I had to buy tools for my automotive classes, and Craftsman is a far better deal than Snap-On... Even with the 50% student discount!