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Old 03-17-2017, 02:16 PM   #1
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I don't use cases for my tools. Normally I would just throw them away since they are worthless to me, but they are expensive if you have to buy them separately so I figured I would offer them here.

I have cases that came with the following:
M12 Drill/Driver
M12 Fuel Impact
M12 Bandsaw
M12 Fuel SDS Rotary Hammer

Anyone need one of these?
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Old 03-17-2017, 07:08 PM   #2
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I could use the M12 bandsaw case for sure! What do you think it would cost to ship to Tulsa, OK?
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I could use the M12 bandsaw case for sure! What do you think it would cost to ship to Tulsa, OK?
Have you ever called me a mean name?

If I asked you who the handsomest member of this forum is, what would you say?
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I don't think I have, of course you are the fairest of them all, but I don't know if you are the duck or the gator.
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Fine, PM me your address.
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I don't need no boxes you ugly sonomobitch!
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I don't need no boxes you ugly sonomobitch!
Saaaaaaays the Dewalt owner.
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Saaaaaaays the Dewalt owner.
Does DeWalt give boxes?
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DeWalt ... Pbbt!

I finally made the jump a couple years ago to Milwaukee. A guy that works with me had a brand new set of DeWalt when he started last year, 20v lithium, they just sit in the truck they are so weak and often burnt out and out for repair! It's so funny becuase he was such a fan of them. "Any job site you go on, you see DeWalt, any of them. There's a reason!" HAHAHA
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Well Matt 1124 doesn't take the bandsaw case I will.
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I'm sorry, i screwed up. I completely forgot that i threw them away when cleaning that basement storage area out. IT WOnt let me edit the opening post and title.
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I'm sorry, i screwed up. I completely forgot that i threw them away when cleaning that basement storage area out. IT WOnt let me edit the opening post and title.
No , you promised.. Now you have to go out and buy more new ones and give the boxes to the people you promised them to do...........

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