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Old 01-08-2016, 02:22 PM   #11
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Motorcycle chock is pretty good. Bought for toy hauler and utility trailer to haul my VTX 1300. Bought a tap a die set and took it back when tap broke. Bought pnuematic nailer does not work too bad, but like others said do not use it but rarely.
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Old 01-08-2016, 02:41 PM   #12
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I buy things like cable ties, bungee cords, etc from there. Will not buy a power tool or a handtool that I would use a lot. I have purchased replacement wheel barrow tires/rims from Northern Tool. You get what you pay for.
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You get what you pay for.

Correction......You get what you don't pay for
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Old 01-08-2016, 02:47 PM   #14
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I love the solid rubber wheel chocks that HF sales. Beats the snot out of those plastic ones from Wally World and Camping World. I think all my camping buddies have ended up with my chocks after they see them, and I just keep going back and buying more.

They also sell a 30 and 100 meter dual sided tape measure that has units in imperial and metric. It's hard to find those, and I need them for another hobby of mine...where the measurements are sometimes in meters, or sometimes in feet.

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Old 01-08-2016, 02:56 PM   #15
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Bought a set of their deep sockets the ones that are colored. I bought them to remove the wheel locks on my sisters car (she lost the key) took and used the 3/4 socket and hammered it over the wheel lock and used a breaker bar to remove them after I removed all four I checked the socket and was no noticeable damage even the color was good. Still have the set have not used since but who knows?
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I buy things like cable ties, bungee cords, etc from there. Will not buy a power tool or a handtool that I would use a lot. I have purchased replacement wheel barrow tires/rims from Northern Tool. You get what you pay for.
x2.. but, to be honest, my garage would be half as empty if I didn't have a Harbor Freight here!!!
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Their Top of the Line Alum racing Jacks are worth a Hell of a lot more than the Super Heavy, Leaks down,leaks Period,Made in the USA Blackhawk Steel and Cast iron floor jack I bought New 35 years ago for a Lot more money than these H/F jacks cost! The H/F jacks have been 10 years trouble Free, the Blackhawk was Trouble from day one! I bought it from a SnapOn Tool peddler! Youroo!!
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I also have the rubber wheel chocks. They are great! I also bought a 18v cordless drill to keep in the RV to run down the stabilizers. I got tired of remembering to put my good drill in the RV. I'll see how long it last.
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Old 01-08-2016, 03:32 PM   #20
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HF has been around a long time been buying all my towing hitch stuff there........ still have the engine hoist I bought from them in the 1980s ....

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