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Starting May 11 PRINCESS AUTO GOODIES Like Large Ammo/Utility Poly Storage Crate. Surface Lite Vise Tiller/Cultivator

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T3rry wrote: I think i am gonna pick up one of the retractable power reels for my garage, seems like a decent unit.

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Saw that too. Good price for a long 12/3 cable. I was tempted by the Pro point one a few weeks ago when it was on sale but it was still over $200. I ended up trying out this 40ft 14/3 one from Costco. Not great quality but for what I wanted it works well. https://www.costco.ca/prime-3-outlet-40 ... 22806.html

Lots of goodies at PA as usual. May grab that vice and a few more shop lights.

Anyone know of any coupons? BETTERFARMING code has expired.
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stevo88 wrote: Saw that too. Good price for a long 12/3 cable. I was tempted by the Pro point one a few weeks ago when it was on sale but it was still over $200. I ended up trying out this 40ft 14/3 one from Costco. Not great quality but for what I wanted it works well. https://www.costco.ca/prime-3-outlet-40 ... 22806.html

Lots of goodies at PA as usual. May grab that vice and a few more shop lights.

Anyone know of any coupons? BETTERFARMING code has expired.
I was looking for retractable power reels from PA but no sales at the time, also ended up buying the Costco Prime item in store ($42.99) or online ($47.99) which is a great buy for the average user.

I would have preferred the PA version however seeing it is 12 gauge, 65 foot versus the Prime reel with 14 gauge, 40 foot. The bigger feature personally is the extra 25 foot on the length, outside the garage I have to use an extension cord with it, even with the 65 foot I likely would still need to do that.
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AlbertaSparky wrote: Is their website not working properly for everyone else. I've been checking back since Saturday and it just won't load sometimes.
Their website is kind of Safari-friendly, at least on iphones. I normally have to refresh a few times on PC (chrome browser or otherwise) so that I can get one time right on the page I wanted.
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yeah that's why i decided to get this one 12 gauge and 65ft, solid deal... some bad reviews saying the ratcheting mech was bad out of the box, but being PA it's easy to exchange.
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The PA site used to be fast. Ever since they upgraded the site last year, it's slow to load. Most of the time when i click on cart, it would keep trying to load. Had to close and try again. Anyone else have similar issues?
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Sep 29, 2011
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Truff01 wrote: Thanks OP.
Any free shipping code?
My bad, the free shipping is calculated at the last step.
How did you manage to get free shipping?
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i think they got the same site designer/host as home depot, lol, it's almost as bad as home depot, i find if you run it in incognito mode it works better.
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AlbertaSparky wrote: Is their website not working properly for everyone else. I've been checking back since Saturday and it just won't load sometimes.
It can be VERY slow sometimes, especially when it comes to check out, sometimes the loading sign keeps loading, just reload it and see what happens but yes the site has been slow.
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Nov 16, 2019
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Do you guys think it's practical to attach a vise like this to a folding work bench? Or is it crazy talk? I don't have room for a workbench but I do occasionally need a vise.

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I'm thinking this might be a good storage box for my 3D Printing Filament.
Air tight, spools should fit in there upright, and I can full the space with desiccant.

Anyone tried this yet perhaps?
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dmitrym879060355 wrote: Do you guys think it's practical to attach a vise like this to a folding work bench? Or is it crazy talk? I don't have room for a workbench but I do occasionally need a vise.
Depends on how much force you plan to apply. Folding work bench is pretty light. So if you apply a lot of force, the whole work bench will move. Of course, if you bolt the work bench to the ground, then it won't move. But it won't fold either.
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Every time these ammo boxes come on sale I want to get some. But then I just can't figure out what I would put in them.
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eugene188 wrote: Every time these ammo boxes come on sale I want to get some. But then I just can't figure out what I would put in them.
It's time to get some ammo.
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eugene188 wrote: Every time these ammo boxes come on sale I want to get some. But then I just can't figure out what I would put in them.
Get a "pick pluck foam tray" from Amazon, and use it to store cameras / lenses in the ammo box.
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dmitrym879060355 wrote: Do you guys think it's practical to attach a vise like this to a folding work bench? Or is it crazy talk? I don't have room for a workbench but I do occasionally need a vise.

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Mount the vise to a sturdy piece of 3/4" plywood or a flat chunk of 2x6 then use clamps to temporarily mount that to your bench. It'll do the job unless your hulking out on it. This also works well with bench grinders and other crap you can't have or don't need permanently mounted somewhere.
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LeeCLeeC wrote: It's time to get some ammo.
I wish I had the $ to buy a gun. I would burn through so much ammo (read $$$) at the range I would have trouble paying my mortgage! But I guess I could always just get ammo and sort out the gun later. It's sad having not seen gun deals on RFD for a long while.
eelfliw wrote: Get a "pick pluck foam tray" from Amazon, and use it to store cameras / lenses in the ammo box.
I wish I had fragile and expensive stuff to store in those foam things. They always look so cool. Maybe I need to buy more flashlights or something.
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eugene188 wrote: Every time these ammo boxes come on sale I want to get some. But then I just can't figure out what I would put in them.
Buy a couple and before you know it you'll wish you had gotten more...Smiling Face With Sunglasses

..same concept as if you build it they will come..except you can leave your hammer in your toolbox Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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guillaume019 wrote: How did you manage to get free shipping?
Sorry for late post - just got it over $50.

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