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    Default What\'s your favorite stuff?

    Every generation has it's favorite stuff,mine is RTV I use it so much that my wife and kids have a running joke everytime I use or suggest the use of RTV. I guess it's poetic justice because we used to give my father the bussiness about his favorite stuff........tape,he just loved tape,his eyes would light-up at the sight of it,now I wonder what this generation will have for it's favorite stuff,I hope it's not Howard Stern...............Mike

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    I think I get the point here, maybe [img]/w3tcompact/icons/hmm.gif[/img]

    Here's a few things that I really like:
    WD-40
    Great-Stuff
    5 min epoxy
    Hot glue

    There is something that really makes my eyes 'light-up'. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/eyes.gif[/img]
    Strangely enough, it's flashlights. I have dozens of them. When I find one that I like, I usually buy several and put some away unopened. My dad collects some strange things too. He has three compound bows, but has never gone hunting. He has forty fishing poles, but only fishes once a year. He also had about a hundred belt buckles in the 70's (probably still has them).

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    The products I would endorse:

    Rain-X
    Quicken
    Cordless drills (any brand)
    Palm Pilot
    Zip ties (wire ties)
    Air nailers

    Probably more but it I haven't had enough coffee yet.

    Oh yea... coffee [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    Zip Ties, Yeah Baby!!

    How could I forget about those?

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    PB Blaster. No self-proclaimed wrencher should be without it.

    Oh, and don't forget about beer!

    - G

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    None -yet. Until then FunBuggy (EZ-Go) will have to do!

    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    Remote controls,
    duct tape,
    anything cordless,
    and lest we forget - TRACTORS! [img]/w3tcompact/icons/grin.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    <font color=blue>PB Blaster</font color=blue>

    GSS, ya got me on that one. What is PB Blaster and where can I get some? As a semi-self proclaimed wrencher I feel an irresistable need to have some of this stuff [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    PB BLASTER



    NEVER-SIEZE!

    tools:

    welder
    torch
    grinder
    impact

    on my jeep:

    welder
    air compressor

    heat exchanger for a shower when your done working

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    It's basically a penetrating oil. Soak a rusty bolt with it and it's alomost guaranteed to come off. All the older tractor guys use it to free up stuck engines and the like. Any decent auto parts or hardware store should have it.

    PS: Love the house. I'm in the process of restoring a 1877 farmhouse...

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    Default Re: What\'s your favorite stuff?

    Life today is to confusing,complicated and hectic. For eternal happiness and tranquillity follow these simple rules

    IF IT WONT MOVE AND IT SHOULD............WD40

    IF IT MOVES AND IT SHOULD NOT..............DUCT TAPE

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