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    Default Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    It is what it is .
    Got a good tool get them posted.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Purchased this bad boy a year ago and it has been a good purchase.
    Ideal for decorating using as a small work Surface or cleaning the roof on my van .
    Youngman 312898 Odd Job Large Low Level Professional Work Platform https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005CP59..._7J2AAb5AZW40C

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    And I purchased this for the van roof but it is also excellent for the conservatory roof .
    Rolson 61010 Water Fed Wash Brush 2m Telescopic https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003MF1I..._4M2AAbVZHX6KH

    And both products are now cheaper than a year ago bastard.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    When your IT tech Mrs rounds the screw on a laptop hardrive, you need a pillar drill.


    It's also great for drilling steel so your roller bearings can attach to the bike lift you're no longer making.
    Like this

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    As a professional Gardener this is my go to tool. I have a wooden shaft version but you get the drift .
    The best garden tool you will ever buy , if you do alot of digging etc . Great for shrub and tree removal , A fantastic tool that has paid for itself about a thousand times or more.

    Roughneck 64252 Mattock Head 5lb F/glass Handle https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003CT4D..._nR2AAbH26CJ6C

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Edit: posted above


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    I was so tempted to use Ninja-Mod Powers to amend the thread title by inserting “an” into it.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Need a hammer, don't like those cheap tubed poundshop specials, get an estwing, you'll not regret it.

    I have a surestrike at home
    https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Han...+Hammer/p42077

    My brothers pride and joy is this leather handled beauty

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00...JIL&ref=plSrch

    I have the older 20oz vinyl handled one at work.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    £38 for a hammer! Fuck it , I will pay a Pole a tenth of that to come and do the work for me.


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    I was so tempted to use Ninja-Mod Powers to amend the thread title by inserting “an” into it.
    No . Miss use of power , You will be demoted and Andy will bum you.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. MariAndy!s View Post
    Need a hammer, don't like those cheap tubed poundshop specials, get an estwing, you'll not regret it.

    I have a surestrike at home
    https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Han...+Hammer/p42077

    My brothers pride and joy is this leather handled beauty

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00...JIL&ref=plSrch

    I have the older 20oz vinyl handles one at work.
    They look great , I need a decent hammer , I have made do with a shitty cheap one for years.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Worth every penny......



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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by T.B.T. View Post
    Worth every penny......

    That isn't going to hammer nails in very well.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by lard View Post
    That isn't going to hammer nails in very well.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by lard View Post
    They look great , I need a decent hammer , I have made do with a shitty cheap one for years.

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    I can highly recommend the 16oz surestrike. Toolstation are good for named brands, I try to avoid their, well anyone's really, cheap stuff.


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. MariAndy!s View Post
    I can highly recommend the 16oz surestrike. Toolstation are good for named brands, I try to avoid their, well anyone's really, cheap stuff.
    This thread is going to cost me a fortune.

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    I'm lucky I get to borrow stuff from work, my father has a lot of stuff, it's his pillar drill and his compressor in my shed, my oldest brothers got most woodworking tools and I have mostly vehicle tools. My uncle's got a massive lathe, miller, TIG etc so most work is within my grasp.

    I'll pop piccies is this thread, as although they're not mine there's some lovely stuff around.


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. MariAndy!s View Post
    Need a hammer, don't like those cheap tubed poundshop specials, get an estwing, you'll not regret it.

    I have a surestrike at home
    https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Han...+Hammer/p42077

    My brothers pride and joy is this leather handled beauty

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00...JIL&ref=plSrch

    I have the older 20oz vinyl handled one at work.
    I've got a couple of Estwing hammers, a 16oz and 20oz. Had them since I was an apprentice, worth every penny.

    Got a some interesting hand tools for carpentry, a combination plane, brace and bits from the 60's, saw sets...
    All the usual power tools, chop saws, cordless dewalt stuff, routers...

    I'll post some up next week.


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Ahem. *Cough*

    https://www.bosch-professional.com/gb/en/

    My Geschäftsführerinnen thank you in advance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Ahem. *Cough*

    https://www.bosch-professional.com/gb/en/

    My Geschäftsführerinnen thank you in advance.
    Any discounts?


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Ahem. *Cough*

    https://www.bosch-professional.com/gb/en/

    My Geschäftsführerinnen thank you in advance.
    I used to swear by Bosch, their SDS Drills are the bollocks. Still got my 110v Bosch Planer, and Jigsaw. Had them 15 years and still work like new.

    The c o cordless stuff didn't last me though, I'd get through their cordless drills quickly when I was kitchen fitting.


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    The proper Boschammer stuff is great, bloody expensive though


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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    There's a hole in my bucket
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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Is this the place to display your todger or have I misunderstood again?

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    Default Re: Lard's Amazing Tool Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. MariAndy!s View Post
    Any discounts?
    For me, yes, and often staggering.

    Alas I can’t pass them on, but it’s a bit of a perk we get that we can get decent discounts on branded kit (the company has what are called Fur Uns shops where employees can sometimes get between 40-60% off). I sorted myself a full IXO kit (including the novelty corkscrew and pepper mill - I kid you not) for 40% of List price.


 

 

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