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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 11-21-2013 04:13 PM

I’ve done a few different things with mine. They area apparently popular at garage sales, something I don’t do, so I gave some to Goodwill. I sat a couple out for the trash, always the night before, and they often get picked up by somebody besides the sanitation guys. I only have (and will forever only have) one Festool, and I sold that one at about 1/2 the price Fessie charges for new ones. I did see one marked with a recycle symbol, and it went to the recycle center. I have 2 small ones from Bosch that actually may be useful for other things, so I’ve kept them. I’m trying to figure out how to bolt one to my small tractor to keep a few tools in. Lastly, the last 2 Milwaukee cordless tools I bought (and my Bosch recip) came in a fabric tote, they actually have uses beyond the tool. That said, every time I see a thread like this, I’m surprised by how many folks actually keep their tools in them…so we are in the minority. I can see using them f you truck them around from job to job, but that’s not me.

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