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    What a nice tutorial. Wouldn't it be nice if...

    What a nice tutorial.

    Wouldn't it be nice if more companies did this with their products?
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    Thanks HJ, Their high buck but if the customer...

    Thanks HJ,

    Their high buck but if the customer needs it ....
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    Odd Ball Bathroom fan search

    Looking for a replacement bath fan. It fits into a 6" diameter tin exhaust pipe so the fan will need to direct air
    to the back into this pipe rather than the normal side 3-4" exhaust.

    There...
  4. Many years ago as a young apprentice our teacher...

    Many years ago as a young apprentice our teacher told of a single woman who needed a great deal
    of work done to her house. The contractor while working indulged in many "lunchtime delights"
    with...
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    Frozen main

    Were having a cold snow-less winter here. How about some discussion on thawing
    main lines.
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    Thanks again Platinum824 (Brandon), Had a...

    Thanks again Platinum824 (Brandon),

    Had a chance to use that tool, a time saver for me.
    It's so nice to see positive and informative feedback on
    forums like this.

    Please keep it up
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    Thanks Platinum824 and HJ, The Rigid Model...

    Thanks Platinum824 and HJ,

    The Rigid Model 2006 Faucet & Sink Installer looks like a time saver. Off to see if my local Home Depot has one.
    Tightening a basket from the under side of the sink...
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    Best kitchen basket tool

    Any recommendations for the proper tools to install kitchen sink baskets?
    A pliers in the top and a large channel lock for the
    bottom ring works often but there has to be something better.
    ...
  9. Thread: Ridgid 3800

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    Thank you for your reply's. I do appreciate your...

    Thank you for your reply's. I do appreciate your positive attitude AssTyme. I'ts refreshing and much easier to follow.
    For $800.00 a brand new k3800 is a good deal and really hard to pass up. ...
  10. Thread: Ridgid 3800

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    Ridgid 3800

    Found a deal on a brand new Ridgid 3800 with 75' of 3/8" for $800.00
    A worthwhile purchase?

    I can tell how much a K400 is adored by many but for an inside non
    main machine will I be happy with...
  11. Thread: Rigid k400

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    Rigid k400

    Thank you for your comments,

    The Rigid K3800 is twice the price.

    HJ, Please tell me WHY the 3/8 cable is worthless?

    I will not be in any main lines, usually 1 1/2" - 2" lines.

    Thank you...
  12. Thread: Rigid k400

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    Rigid k400

    Looking at a Rigid k400 for floor and drain pipes sold at Home Depot for about $500.00 (or $636.00 at Grainger's).

    Any experience with this unit?

    I was told that the extra cost was for the...
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