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Anyone else always wait for a sale?
2023.06.09 14:55 Spaceman-65 Anyone else always wait for a sale?
Just want to know if I'm the only one who has trouble buying anything from Harbor Freight if it's not on sale or I don't have a coupon for it.
I don't know why. I need a couple things (well, not need immediately but need at some point) and I had them in hand yesterday and went, "Nah, I'll wait."
Is this just becasue they send out coupons and have stuff on sale so often?
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2023.06.09 11:21 Lhill1010 and to no one’s surprise…
2023.06.09 11:10 voyager1ednamode Home Depot Harbor Freight Coupon
Use the link for Home Depot Harbor Freight Coupon
. The website features a wide selection of coupons, promo codes, and discount deals that are updated regularly for you to choose from and make your purchase more affordable.
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2023.06.09 06:25 ItsBetterWithBacons Cleaning recommendations for neglected airless paint sprayer
A few years ago I picked up an affordable airless paint sprayer from Harbor Freight, similar to the $250 Avanti, and got my money's worth out of it in a weekend. I recall running a little water through it and tossing the gun in a bucket of water thinking I would come back to finish my cleanup later..... But I never did.
It's now 3 years later and I've got an outdoor project that would greatly benefit from a quick spray, but I'm debating on if I should even waste my time trying to revive the old sprayer or if it's a lost cause
If I did try to revive it, what chemicals and cleaning processes should I consider before I attempt to push paint through it again?
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2023.06.09 06:01 Mohtard A&P toolbox
So I have to buy a plethora of basic tools for my A&P class. I’ve priced it out at different levels. From cheapest to most expensive. The range is around $600~2000. I’m financially okay. This will be my second career. ( F a desk job) But I’m thinking about the mid level and spending around $1100. for example, Irwin pliers vs Chineseium from harbor freight. Gearwrench for the wrenches and just all around “Decent” tools because I know they will carry forward into the career. My question is, before I press purchase on Amazon, do any of you have any input on different brands to consider? I also applied for snapons studentdiscount where I’ll get 30~50% off most items (where I’ll buy a decent set of safety wire pliers and some specialty tools). Should I save the $400 and go cheap? Spend more? What did you do?
*this price includes a nice leatherman & a good set of earmuffs with the dynamic sound which is around $250 combined. As I know those will be used often. Along with a nice box at $150.
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2023.06.09 03:29 ryannsaints Cheap Button box Rig Mount
2023.06.09 02:56 Rmantootoo Air hose recommendations?
I need a good air hose. Tired of buying a harbor freight every year, or a Lowe’s every 2. I’m not a professional mechanic. Just a hobbyist. 7.5hp/80gal compressor. Primary use is blowers, impacts , ratchets, and a cnc mill. Need 50+ft.
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2023.06.09 00:46 Nobleteamsix The second I signed up for Harbor Freight newsletter & emails 😅
I started receiving scam emails
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2023.06.08 23:23 iforgotmyoldnamex Adding a tank?
When I was first getting started I made the mistake of buying a compressor without a tank and I'd like to rectify that to put an end to the pulsing air feed and hopefully cut down on water a bit.
I see Harbor Freight and Home Depot both have portable 5gal tanks for cheap but it looks like they fill and empty through the same fitting. Do these types of tanks work while hooked up to the compressor and if so what fittings do I need? If not can I use my airbrush compressor or other source and then just paint off whats in the bottle, what kind of run time do you get off a tank this size?
If all that is no bueno what is recommended? I probably don't need a huge capacity as I'm just painting fishing lures with it.
Any help appreciated, thanks in advance.
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2023.06.08 23:14 Same949 Harbor Freight lost/stole my crane and refuse to do anything about it
I bought a gantry crane from my local store during the memorial day sale and figured out they couldn't get it into my truck or trailer with their forklift, they said to come back another day with a flatbed trailer to try again. I get back there today and they somehow lost it and refuse to provide any kind of refund, replacement or solution whatsoever. One of their managers started threatening me when I asked how it could even happen if I paid for it because their inventory would have shown zero available. Customer service wasn't any help either and said it was up to the store. I had to rent a trailer to even try to pick it up and now I'm out another $150 even after I called before and they said it was there.
What should I do at this point? I don't want to file a police report or suit since that seems a bit extreme. Beyond that I can't think of any other options.
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2023.06.08 22:51 Ok-Sector-5106 sdsqd
2023.06.08 20:59 Sterrbenxx Edc as a Facilities Maintenance Tech
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Contains the following •M12 fuel impact 3453-20 •Milwaukee Fastback 48-22-1505 •Dewalt 30' tape measure 36109 •Irwin GV8R 8" Vise-Grip •Milwaukee 1000 lumens Flashlight 2161-20 •Klein Insulated screwdriver set •Milwaukee 13-in-1 •Klein (Idiot Stick) Voltage tester •Dasco random pin punch set •Harbor Freight center punch given by a coworker •Cresent 6" wrench •Milwaukee 6-in-1 combination pliers •Random pens & pencils •Random pen light that I found under a fridge when I did a pm ticket order Both my at home and work pouch Still have a backpack full of tools too submitted by Sterrbenxx to EDC [link] [comments]
2023.06.08 20:48 wutwutjbut Harbor Freight has a good serial number system.
2023.06.08 20:02 DoubleS350z Syphon gas
I have a 04 celica thats been sitting around for 2 years, and i wanted to syphon out the gas. I thought there would be a gas drain plug at the bottom but couldn't find any, and I also tried siphoning out with a pump from harbor freight but the gas pipe bends down and curves to the gas tank so that was also a no. Any other ideas? The only other thing I've read is to remove the seats and take out the fuel pump and go through that.
Thanks in advance
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2023.06.08 19:34 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in WY Hiring Now!
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2023.06.08 19:20 WoodBoogerSpork XR Bearing Change - post mortem
Just completed a bearing change on my XR. Wanted to give my 2 cents to others who may be contemplating a bearing change.
Background - I am an IT person. Not super mechanical, but I own my own home and have a basic toolbox. I repair most things in my home that are not super technical. Think - changing garage door springs or putting up a privacy fence. Anything that falls into plumbing, electrical or major appliance change outs I leave to professionals. Just offering this as a kind of litmus test for others.
Where I went wrong - The press. Frankly I have ZERO need for a press outside of changing my one wheel bearings. I wanted to go as cheap as possible to get the job done. This can help you learn from my mistake. You need to ensure that the press working area is big enough to encompass your hub. (This will depend on the board type you have, but you need space.) I tried to get off SUPER cheap and bought a 1 ton press that only had a 5 inch working area. So I was able to get one bearing in, but not the other. Here is what I bought off Amazon. Vevor 3 Ton
For those wondering, it is a total POS, BUT it gets the job done and for the least amount of money I could find. Did I mention I have no other use for an arbor press?
I picked up a Bearing Driver Set at Harbor Freight (https://www.harborfreight.com/bearing-race-and-seal-driver-set-10-piece-63261.html
) Harbor Freight! - When it absolutely positively needs to work ONCE!
Oh you will also need metric allen wrenches. I had SAE, but the inner hub bolts are metric.
The actual change: The good news is I didn't fuck up my board. Just ran my first test ride this morning. Went with ceramic Grizzly bearings. I froze them before pressing them in. I think that definitely helps. Once I had the appropriately sized press, getting the bearings in was actually pretty easy. My biggest headache was getting the plate back onto the stator. The plate wouldn't seat all the way back down and was leaving about an 1/8 inch gap. Drove me nuts. Eventually I just got out the old 8lb sledge and went to town until it fit. (Joking. Don't do that) I did monkey around with it for about 30 minutes before I was finally able to get it seated.
After that the rest of the change was pretty standard stuff. My motor now makes an interesting rubbing noise, but I have searched and found plenty of other boards that folks have posted videos of and mine sounds exactly like theirs, which I have been told is nothing to worry about.
Hoping that helps some of you out there that may be on the fence about changing your bearings yourself. Took me about 6 hours all told. That time was filled with me carefully watching videos and striving not to fuck up my board. In the future this will probably be about 2-3 hours I would guess.
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2023.06.08 19:14 pbpainpooch gonna pull my 1992 tacoma with a tow bar I got at Harbor Freight.
I'm going about 50 miles, and I hear that pulling your vehicle is bad for the transmission. Not the truck I'm pulling it with. I'm talking about my 92 that's being pulled. wanna know if that's too far and any advice on not damaging my truck being pulled?
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2023.06.08 18:32 aussie_jason Any recommendations for local metal fabricator/welding shops?
I have a camper trailer that I’m looking at getting what should be some fairly minor fabrication done to beef up the rear of the trailer frame to mount a spare tire carrier as Aliner’s are notoriously weak in that area. Welding is one area that I’m steadfastly refusing to expand my DIY skills to as I really don’t need another rabbit hole so please no hit up Harbor Freight suggestions.
I searched the sub for both fabricator and welder before posting but there wasn’t anything relevant, I also googled but most of these shops typically don’t have a good online presence so it’s hard to gauge if they are reputable, my usual goto Twisted Metal is closed for vacation until the end of July so /Houston
what you got? Am also open to individual welders that do this on the side etc, especially if mobile.
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2023.06.08 18:30 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in NV Hiring Now!
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2023.06.08 18:17 Ok-Sector-5106 grgrg
2023.06.08 17:22 eddino55 Harbor Freight has great fishing gear
2023.06.08 17:16 Sprite28 Black and Decker portable workbench on sale
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