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    Just got these for 10 the pair.

    "Record pipe wrench stilsons plumbing tools,
    2 x pipe wrench 1 x 16" / 1 x 10"


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    Soda blaster and 5 kg of soda.

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    19mm hex and breaker bar. I can do front wheel now!!

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    Halfords sale 20.


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    Not a purchase by me but a gift for me. Ryobi One+ SDS drill.

    It hammers [sic] through the smaller capacity batteries but made short work of chiselling off some floor tiles today and i reckon it is light enough to use at the top of a ladder when needed.

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    Should be a picture.....it will be rotated. Must give Adamski his camera back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul123 View Post
    A wrench and a Screw Driver.
    Is that all that's required for kitchen assembly?

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    Halfords sale 20.

    I bought that set a good few years ago. Despite using them as chisels and punches they've held up really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidat19 View Post
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    Should be a picture.....it will be rotated. Must give Adamski his camera back.
    Not strictly a purchase...nabbed it from the back of a car ( with permission) at the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silly Car View Post
    Not a purchase by me but a gift for me. Ryobi One+ SDS drill.

    It hammers [sic] through the smaller capacity batteries but made short work of chiselling off some floor tiles today and i reckon it is light enough to use at the top of a ladder when needed.
    I got one of those, really good tool. Toolstation have the dewalt extreme 2 see plus 4 pack masonry bits for 12.99, they work great. Just remember to grease the sds end, already had one chisel bit stuck in there after knocking tiles off.

    I got some flagpower p108 batteries, they are 4ah, work great, pair for 52.99 from Amazon, cheaper than a single ryobi p108. Which led me to getting the ryobi circular saw, that's an excellent bit of kit, made simple work of the kitchen worktops and other jobs.

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    24mm spanner and a ball joint separator.



    Ball joint (among other things) needs replacing on the van

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taipan View Post
    I bought that set a good few years ago. Despite using them as chisels and punches they've held up really well.
    Some Halfords stuff is fairly decent, my *go-to* pliers were bought there 40 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by go_slow View Post
    I got one of those, really good tool. Toolstation have the dewalt extreme 2 see plus 4 pack masonry bits for 12.99, they work great. Just remember to grease the sds end, already had one chisel bit stuck in there after knocking tiles off.

    I got some flagpower p108 batteries, they are 4ah, work great, pair for 52.99 from Amazon, cheaper than a single ryobi p108. Which led me to getting the ryobi circular saw, that's an excellent bit of kit, made simple work of the kitchen worktops and other jobs.
    Finally a drill bit set with a “brown plug” 7mm bit as standard. Sick of seeing sets with 6mm, 8mm and 10mm but no 7mm.

    Thanks for the heads up on the battery, I’ve got trim saw that eats smaller batteries a couple of extra 4Ah batteries would save loads of hassle and also help fuel more purchases I’ve notices SGS Engineering have got some keen pricing at the moment - https://www.sgs-engineering.com/searches/?q=ryobi

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    Bought another hammer, this is either my 71st or 72nd. Hard maple.


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    #2 4" phillips screwdriver

    So boring it's not even worth a pic

    Bought specifically to keep in the kitchen drawer to tighten pan handles

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