On Mon, 13 Oct 2003, Bill Broadway wrote:
> I know those of you who have their own shop know my excitement. In the past
> I had to sub out my labor to people who had shops, or else borrow someone
> else's shop which always meant since it wasn't yours you couldn't leave your
> tools lying around.
I'm all for having your own space. http://www.rod-o-rama.com
But I'm still not a fan of leaving your tools lying around. I try to put
everything back at the end of the day. That way when I need it I know
exactly where it is and don't have to go looking.
> As for new tools to house in the shop, I picked up some more jack stands and
> another floor jack from Harbor Freight. But my most exciting purchase was 2
> sets of wheel dollies. Normally a pair was about $79, but they had them on
> sale for about $39 a pair.
Harbor Freight is your friend for things like that. For regular tools like
sockets and ratchets Sears is my reccomendation, though I also have a good
selection of Mac, Cornwell, and Snap-On. I wish they would quit bringing
that truck by here, it's just so damn tempting..
Scott H. Zekanis
1957 Buick Riviera Hardtop (2 dr., 364" Nailhead)
1959 GMC in Chevy Sheetmetal 1/2 Ton (235" Inline 6)
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