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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    OH!! That sounds Sik... Also sounds Bloody Expensive! but super Kool!.

    Think i will cut and drag this chat into the Tools Thread where it should be..
    It is very cool.

    This is it here....we didn't pay that much for it. Stumbled across it on ebay for $500.

    https://www.toolfix.com.au/apex-air-...ol-m5-m12.html

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    That’s a ripper, quality assured too
    Never ceases to amaze me how time and technology advancements help reduce tool prices. Supply and new industries demand I’m guessing, our first ever RivvyNutter that smashed Forward/Reverse commercially as Nissannewby kindly pointed out for production $$ speed was something like $2.2-$2.5k factory delivered/usage rep taught on the days
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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    That’s a ripper, quality assured too
    Never ceases to amaze me how time and technology advancements help reduce tool prices. Supply and new industries demand I’m guessing, our first ever RivvyNutter that smashed Forward/Reverse commercially as Nissannewby kindly pointed out for production $$ speed was something like $2.2-$2.5k factory delivered/usage rep taught on the days
    Home/Shed wise, nuffy do love my newish ‘Kinchrome’ - Bunnings Nutserterer Contraption


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    Yeah we still use the old manual "plier" type ones when we can't fit the fancy one in. We have a low profile ratchet type one as well. Although fancy is nice sometime tried an true is still all that works.

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    What really used to make my blood boil was blokes returning from onsite bitching that contraptions weren’t working
    Nutsacwise, grab a bolt, nut, two washers and some grease + 2 x spannererers
    It’s really a no brainer, squish the fark out of the rivetty whatever by means of screw pressure is the outback name of the game


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    This is a little exciting.







    Nutsert Gun.. stoked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    This is a little exciting.







    Nutsert Gun.. stoked.

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    Haha mine arrived yesterday. Pretty cool

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    Tools you have bought/want to buy feedback thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    This is a little exciting.







    Nutsert Gun.. stoked.

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    You guys must be doing some serious mods? I have the Kinchrome hand set up and reckon I have used it once to mount the SS 4? snorkle and one other blind hole. Maybe I need to start realigning my thoughts on this fastener system.
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    Started my 12V Milwaukee mini collection today with this little inspection camera



    Absolute bargain at half the price of my last Colonoscopy



    Handy little attachments too……hook, magnet, 45 degree mirror & pipeline centralisator I think



    Works pretty well for sneaky peaks inside our Patrols inners too




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    ToolPRO Warranty.

    Is it lifetime or 3 years??

    I bought a set of deep impact sockets today and the guys at supercheap swear it is lifetime warranty.
    Their website and warranty statement shows otherwise.




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