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    Touareg got turned in on Monday so I decided to treat myself to new 19" wheels, tires, and coilovers for the S8. Pics coming soon...
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    Quote: Originally Posted by buddylove View Post
    Don't remember if I ever posted my M3 last year, but here is the new addition.

    Tesla P85D
    Did the Tesla replace the M3 or is it in addition?
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    Addition, the Tesla is my daily that is taking most of the miles off the Q5, as we will drive it M-F and occasionally on the weekend. The Q5 is my wife's daily, but will primarily be used on the weekend and long hauls. Most of the time my wife and I commute together.

    The M3 is grouped into toy status and is completely paid for, it is in the same status as the two classic Mini's and the '51 Chevy.

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    Trading in my wife's Sportwagen S for an Alltrack SEL on Thursday to Auburn VW. Given the current discounts they have for these cars (~$6500) its worth it.
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    32 in. light bar for the Tacoma.

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    A bunch more tools for work. This year is going to be fun for tax write-offs
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    craftsman xsp shop wet/dry vacuum. Cleaning up the garage.. killing spiders.
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    I bought a 4x4 truck to get me home up our steep street this winter.... not my first choice but was just to good of a deal to pass....1300 including canopy.

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    They're not that bad of a rig
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    Quote: Originally Posted by twardnw View Post
    They're not that bad of a rig
    It is the ZR2.... which means 2" lift over plain 4x4, 3.73 gearing, 3" wider track than plain 4x4, rear locker, CF skid plates, aluminum driveshaft, 31's for stock tire size etc. Pretty great for the $ but I was actually looking for a Tacoma crew when this came up. Good enough till next summer.

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    Finally got a bit of time to dig around in the s10 fixing small things and found a nice set of 6.5" Morel separates in the door/dash. I like it when stuff like that happens ��

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    Got a Milwaukee 46" toolbox for work. The harbor freight tool chart was working, but pushing max density with tools.
    And ordered a new Ingersoll impact
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    got myself a 3d printer finally, MonoPrice Maker Select Plus, this is gonna be fun
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    "Got a Milwaukee 46" toolbox for work. The harbor freight tool chart was working, but pushing max density with tools.
    And ordered a new Ingersoll impact"

    I bought that one for in my garage and I really like it.

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    Quote: Originally Posted by twardnw View Post
    got myself a 3d printer finally, MonoPrice Maker Select Plus, this is gonna be fun
    I've been wondering if I should buy that one myself.. curious what your experience with it is
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    Quote: Originally Posted by V8-190e View Post
    "Got a Milwaukee 46" toolbox for work. The harbor freight tool chart was working, but pushing max density with tools.
    And ordered a new Ingersoll impact"

    I bought that one for in my garage and I really like it.
    how much nicer is the Milwaukee compared with the red HF boxes? I have the red HF 5 drawer cart.. pretty nice quality for the price. I could see going for one of their chests at some point
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    Quote: Originally Posted by joel View Post
    how much nicer is the Milwaukee compared with the red HF boxes? I have the red HF 5 drawer cart.. pretty nice quality for the price. I could see going for one of their chests at some point
    The overall solid feel and outstanding reviews is what sold me on the Milwaukee. My coworkers are really envious of the soft drawer close feature (coworkers' SnapOn and Cornwell boxes don't have them). I absolutely love my 5 drawer HF cart, but, I grew out of it after the first week in the shop. The one thing HF has over Milwaukee on the box is the finish: the crinkle finish on the Milwaukee is cool, but it picks up grease and grime super easy.

    And just ordered a 5" MBRP straight pipe exhaust for the Cummins.
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    the soft close sounds cool/nice

    it'd be hard for me to not buy something like this though..
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    Quote: Originally Posted by bingthejew View Post
    The overall solid feel and outstanding reviews is what sold me on the Milwaukee. My coworkers are really envious of the soft drawer close feature (coworkers' SnapOn and Cornwell boxes don't have them). I absolutely love my 5 drawer HF cart, but, I grew out of it after the first week in the shop. The one thing HF has over Milwaukee on the box is the finish: the crinkle finish on the Milwaukee is cool, but it picks up grease and grime super easy.

    And just ordered a 5" MBRP straight pipe exhaust for the Cummins.
    Yeah the wrinkle finish is not as good as a smooth gloss in that regard.

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    Quote: Originally Posted by V8-190e View Post
    Yeah the wrinkle finish is not as good as a smooth gloss in that regard.
    Definitely glad the shop provides cleaner and rags.
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    Those are cool - a friend just bought the Saturn V rocket set and it is awesome.

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    that would be a fun one to have too.. little above my price range though. The Porsche was the most expensive lego I've bought, and the largest. I can't quite bring myself to do that for other sets..
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    Went Harbor Freight, got a battery charger and new cordless Work light.

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    Quote: Originally Posted by joel View Post
    I've been wondering if I should buy that one myself.. curious what your experience with it is
    couple weeks in now, this thing is great. I've only had a few minor issues, but I think those are more issues with my designs than anything
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