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    :hello: For this past Fathers Day my wife bought me a set of IRWIN punches. Cost $26. Last October my Son Jared bought me 2 testers for my B Day. IMG_7543.JPG IMG_7544.JPG
     
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    :hello: I bought a new DEWALT 5 inch orbit sander a few weeks ago. $125. It can be hooked up to a shop vac. Awhile back I bought a Rockwell Muti-tool and a dremel 3 inch muli-saw. Also a KLEIN key hole drill set which I've had for 25 years or so. It came from Lockheed Martin. :laughing7:. Retirement tool sort of. :laughing7:. I've drilled threw wood, plastic, medel. drywall, cement board, plexiglass, aluminum, fiberglass and concrete block. It's bitchen. IMG_8075.JPG IMG_8074.JPG IMG_8076.JPG IMG_8077.JPG
     
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    :hello: I bought a new 1 1/4 " key hole bit kit for drilling through ceramic tile from LOWES. Price $20. How you use it is set the blue cup on what is being drilled using a double sided tape ring. Then fill the cup with water. Next drill the hole. It works great. IMG_8175.JPG IMG_8174.JPG IMG_8176.JPG IMG_8177.JPG IMG_8178.JPG IMG_8179.JPG IMG_8180.JPG IMG_8181.JPG
     

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