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Best Place to buy Dewalt tools?

I needz one...


trying to get my hands on a DW920K-2 for a good price.


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I thought you were a Makida man. I go to Home Depot and try to go during inventory times. They clearance stuff like this out before inventory.

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I bought a similar DeWalt package at the Buikima's Ace on Rt. 59

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nah, craftsman for hand tools and dewalt for power.


need it sooner than later. might just have to bight the bullet for the first time in a while and pay retail less someone has any other info.

and so far only sears carrys it.



edit, I will check ace as well (online for now) we get coupons I think occasionaly from them

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You p-coating this week? Did Tony drop off my clutch cover?

I prefer Dewalt tools also. My drlil is almost 10 years old and works great.
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nah, i have been relaxing, and I dont think I saw anything on my doorstep. I have lotsa packages coming in so I have been keeping an eye out.

I gotta do a set of pass pegs/rearsets for a bike. Imma put insurance on my bike this week.

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great looking, but serious sharting issues...






JK, no not backed up. just lazy, got back from a long week in CA and body is messed up with jetlag etc. waking up at 700am everyday... thats like.. 4 hours earlier than I am used to. Bring em by whenever.

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FTL


http://www.toolup.com/DeWALT/DW920K-2.html

PART #: DW920K-2 Weight: 10 lbs

LIST: $104.99
YOU SAVE: $10.50
PRICE: $94.49

+ Flat $6.97 Shipping




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$89.99 no shipping + in store pickup.
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