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Old 09-22-2009, 09:22 PM   #1
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74 22 250 Knipex 10 inch HIGH LEVERAGE ANGLED DIA. CUTTER - COMFORT GRIP
Annyone use these?
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Old 09-22-2009, 09:52 PM   #2
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I don't own them, but since it's Knipex, I have no doubts that it's a fine tool. What do they run? 40 bucks, I'd bet.
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Old 09-22-2009, 09:55 PM   #3
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$31 at chadstoolbox
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i dont like molded grips but i like knipex, dont own any though
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I own a few knipex tools, and I am sure you wont be dissapointed.

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I have them and love them.
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Dont have that exact one, I have m with dipped insulation. Im sure you'll like m.

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Call Chad and tell him to honor his 15% guaranteed lower price, we will see if he is a man of his word or not.

http://www.aikencolon.com/Knipex-74-...rs_p_2292.html

http://www.aikencolon.com/Knipex-74-...rs_p_2302.html

If he does then the 74 02 250 should be $24.53 to you guys and the 74 22 250 should be $26.23.

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I have the same ones with the regular red grips. Love them!
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Call Chad and tell him to honor his 15% guaranteed lower price, we will see if he is a man of his word or not.

http://www.aikencolon.com/Knipex-74-...rs_p_2292.html

http://www.aikencolon.com/Knipex-74-...rs_p_2302.html

If he does then the 74 02 250 should be $24.53 to you guys and the 74 22 250 should be $26.23.

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For what it's worth - I would much rather prefer to buy from AC than chads toolbox. I have dealt with AC and have nothing but good to say about their service and prices. The very next tool I need, I will go to AC due to the good service I got the last time.

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I would get the 8" pair instead.
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I would get the 8" pair instead.
Agreed. 10" dykes seem too long.
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at 10" they will get deeper in things and cut easier...who sang the song "My big Ten Inch"?
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at 10" they will get deeper in things and cut easier...who sang the song "My big Ten Inch"?

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at 10" they will get deeper in things and cut easier...who sang the song "My big Ten Inch"?
And what was "My Big Ten Inch" in reference to?
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And what was "My Big Ten Inch" in reference to?
Dunno, but I've got a 10" King D!ck. Using it only this morning. actually
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i have a pair of insulated dikes like these by knipex. pretty good i guess i dont use them much i use the ideal yellow handle dikes
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Dunno, but I've got a 10" King D!ck. Using it only this morning. actually


I suppose thats better than a 10" Queen Dlck.

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The Big 10 Inch has nothing to do with what your dirty minds think
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