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    You can't beat new kit , just got a set of these for Chrimbo , to live on the bike . https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon....aL._SX524_.jpg
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddy Cool View Post
    You can't beat new kit , just got a set of these for Chrimbo , to live on the bike . https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon....aL._SX524_.jpg
    New kit gives me flashbacks to Christmas Day as a kid, the feelings the same just the toys have changed.That looks like a good set, ideal to take on a rideout.
     
     

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    I had this large tome. Happy to pass it on when finished.
    I only have one viceI lie.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burbler View Post
    I had this large tome. Happy to pass it on when finished.
    What a coincidence , I just got that very tome too Larry .It's a good'n !
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burbler View Post
    I had this large tome. Happy to pass it on when finished.
    I'd love to have a read if that's ok.
     
     

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    Looks like a great read

    Treated myself to one of them ther tool cabinets today too
    Everything else is shyte
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Train View Post
    Looks like a great read Treated myself to one of them ther tool cabinets today too
    Can't go wrong at that price can you. If you have the 200 piece advance socket set and take the hinge pins out on the case the two bits of the case fit in the bottem chest draws perfectly.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerroy View Post
    Can't go wrong at that price can you. If you have the 200 piece advance socket set and take the hinge pins out on the case the two bits of the case fit in the bottem chest draws perfectly.
    That 200 piece kit is a steal too.
    Everything else is shyte
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Train View Post
    That 200 piece kit is a steal too.
    I got it of Father Christmas which shows what a good boy Iv been. I really reccomend it, there's just about everything you could need in it for home spannering. The quality really is up there with the best, apart from the Allan keys which are made from cheddar cheese. Having my arm all strapped up and not being able to play with my new tools/toys is doing my head in, it's only been 9 days out of the 8 weeks healing time and I'm already having twitchy withdrawal symptoms from not riding, my mrs came out to the garage last night and found me just sitting on the triumph and called me a sad git.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerroy View Post
    I got it of Father Christmas which shows what a good boy Iv been. I really reccomend it, there's just about everything you could need in it for home spannering. The quality really is up there with the best, apart from the Allan keys which are made from cheddar cheese. Having my arm all strapped up and not being able to play with my new tools/toys is doing my head in, it's only been 9 days out of the 8 weeks healing time and I'm already having twitchy withdrawal symptoms from not riding, my mrs came out to the garage last night and found me just sitting on the triumph and called me a sad git.
    Ha ha,

    like it


    I've quite a bit of Halfords Advanced gear already else I'd have a set too.

    Tis top notch kit.
    Everything else is shyte
     
     

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