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From: bats <moncat-at-pbtcomm.net>
Subject: Re: Tools of the trade [TANKS]
Date: Thu, 05 Jan 2006 10:01:37 -0500
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

Would say most important tool in a tanker shop is the brain of the builder, for no matter how many cool tools you have if you got no skill to use them then might as well have none at all.
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Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 1:27 AM
Subject: Re: Tools of the trade [TANKS]

Hmmmm....would have to say that it's a toss up between my grinder and my drill press since I'm working on the suspension.  Lots of drilling and grinding, drill, grind, drill, grind...........

Besides that I have a table saw (that my grandfather used to build his house with back in the 50's), a miter box (with wood and metal blades), skill saw, cordless 18V drill, corded drill, dremel, rotozip tool, various electric sanders, and a sawzall.  It's amazing how many tools you can acumulate in about 2 years time when you are doing major home improvements.

Derek "never had such a need for a grinder before this tank" Engelhaupt

chris barthelson <barthelson88-at-hotmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,
I was cleaning my shed/workshop today and started to wonder what
everyone else has in! terms of tools and work area. Just curious. And also
what the single most important tool in a tank builders shop is.

Chris"9'x18' or 162 square feet'"Barthelson

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