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Thread: Do you loan your workshop tools?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuppa View Post
    / No-one but me uses my chainsaw though. Cuppa
    Had a laugh when I read this, years ago an old bloke told me to never lend your chainsaw or your wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macca View Post
    Had a laugh when I read this, years ago an old bloke told me to never lend your chainsaw or your wife.
    Yeah but at least I got the chainsaw back so win win really .

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    Nope. If you want to use my tools you can come and do it in my yard or workshop.
    I need them to earn a living. None of them are cheap.

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    Used to, then stopped, then restarted and regret it everytime I go to find something and cant. Then its stop what I'm doing jump in the car and buy it again. Mind you some of these lost tools could be under the crap in the shed also, but to date have not found many.
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    Only to my son, the mechanic, although he doesn't call it a loan. He calls it a present. That's how I've ended up buying two of everything.
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    Who on earth dug up this old thread, now @Cuppa will remember I've still got his hydraulic crimper.
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    blame me i did it out of frustration and didnt want to go on the angry thread as sometimes it works out better (not very often though)
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    had someone borrow my 1/4 ratchet... now it doesn't ratchet. only got one left now.... and no way is that going anywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollofish View Post
    Who on earth dug up this old thread, now @Cuppa will remember I've still got his hydraulic crimper.
    No rush Jack, but the thought of you reading this revived thread did put a grin on my face.

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    was working as a mechanic [bikes] in Alice Springs in the early 80s someone thought they liked my tool box better than theirs
    Mine was full of speciallist Honda tools from working for Honda over the years, turns our I had to return to Melb, NO TOOLS NO JOB
    never did get them back the f,,,,,ing low life.
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