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  1. SoberPoster Orange Belt

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    Bet 90% of you perverts entering this thread thought of something dirty, but no....we leave the homosexual talk in the OT forum.



    Just purchased an Old House, needs a ton of work on it, and I really don't know much about anything.




    1st things first ......



    Tools!


    Just picked up a tool-bag at the local shop, now I need to fill it up with all the essential tools that will help me put this Old House back together.



    Handy Sherdoggers, or Construction posters -- come on in and give me what you feel are the "Go 2" tools every man needs in their toolbag.



    Let's get this going .....Fill my ToolBag!


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  2. philth Purple Belt

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    here ya go:

     
  3. SoberPoster Orange Belt

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  4. JAEGERX Gold Belt

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    Tools:

    alright the first one you need is the one its gonna fend off possible assailants

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    I buy three or four Phillip's heads at a time. Because apparently I can't use a screwdriver without stripping it. That's all I got.
     
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    Well I see your problem. You're buying screwdrivers instead of spatulas and whisks
     
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    Aww shit. I laughed when I should have furrowed.
     
  8. Banchan Banned Banned

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    You're using the wrong size driver.
    You need one of these. $20

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  9. Nonsense Silver Belt

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    Why didn't my husband know this? Who the hell did I marry?!?
     
  10. SoberPoster Orange Belt

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    Complete Set? Interesting.....



    Any experts in these?



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    Heard these are pretty good for most things, not sure what brand or make/model to pick up, still looking into it.
     
  11. irish_thug Meme Mod Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Dewalt is decent. Very versatile implement, kept me on the right side of sanity. I tend to use corded unless that's not a possibility. I don't like having to charge batteries and worry about keeping extras.

    Why don't you tell us what work the house needs.

    I would have murdered people if I didn't invest in a skillsaw and a reciprocating saw.
     
  12. SoberPoster Orange Belt

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    Pretty much everything, just finished up gutting the whole house down to the studs, ripped up the flooring, lighting, all the cabinets ... I have plenty of time to bring this old gem back to life, but first things first, having the right tools to take care of business.
     
  13. clumseygenius Red Belt

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    First & foremost; a tape measure .
     
  14. SoberPoster Orange Belt

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    skillsaw and a reciprocating saw.



    So these would be two of your "Go 2" tools, Very Nice!


    What brand/make/model would you recommend?
     
  15. irish_thug Meme Mod Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Two. I'm always losing them.

    Carpenters pencil and chalk line are necesseties.
     
  16. SoberPoster Orange Belt

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    Surprisingly I actually have a tape, good addition to the toolbag!

    Consider it tossed in! Along with irish_thug's Carpenters pencil,chalk line, skillsaw and reciprocating saw.
     
  17. Banchan Banned Banned

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    Did you know there is a 6 point screwdriver? You get them in this set. It's also magnetic so that your nails and screws stick to the driver as you work and wont fall onto the ground if you accidently let go.

    Canadian Tire prices this at something ridiculous like $99, but it is always on sale for $20. There are smaller versions of this set but this 80pc one has everything. It even includes 4 stacks of bits that you can use with a drill.
     
  18. irish_thug Meme Mod Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    This is what I got, but I didn't doo a lot of research, it was more "what's in my price range/I'm a cheap bastard" type thing.

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    That being said it's worked well enough for me.

    The reciprocating is a rechargeable, I would not recommend that route.
     
  19. irish_thug Meme Mod Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    You better have a good hammer already.
    I recommend this one

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    I'll definitely keep an eye out on these.
     

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