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lazyuniondriver wrote:Here's the link to one just like it with a new paint job and info to go along with it.
That wrench as most Ridge tools have a lifetime warranty.
Google is great ain't it.
BIGHOSS wrote:On a related note, the Ridgid tools at Home Depot have a great warranty now. The tool guys tell me at our local store that their lifetime warranty works just like Sears Craftsman. Just take the bad tool to the store (no receipt, no warranty card) and they will give you a new one. No more going to their warranty shop in another town for a hassle. Even the batteries for the Ridgid cordless tools have a lifetime warranty.
Last week I bought a 3 pack of different Husky files for around $6, with a liftime warranty. I asked the tool guy what did that mean? He said if the files break of wear out, just bring it in for a new one. I love it!!!
I do not have many Craftsman tools, since they closed the local store several years ago, but I have seen that on some plastic screwdriver handles of other off brands, and while not a chemist, I believe it is a type of algae similar to what is found in diesel fuel tanks after long storage, that grows on oil products.danovercash wrote:I'd like to know what the whiteish, mouldy looking stuff is that grows on the craftsman screwdriver handles. Doesn't want to rub off, If you use solvent , it takes the color off, but if you give it a sharp blow , it will crack off. This has happened in both places that I have lived.
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