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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
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AAW tools needed

Getting ready to drop the hammer and go with AAW kit. I will need the tools- I can rent or buy- would like to put the $$ in a VMF'rs pocket rather than AAW/whomever- Anyone wanna sell/rent/trade something? To be clear I want the AAW tool not a harbor freight/lowes/ or something close- I want the correct tool for this job (as I do not wish to revisit this or have gremlins) Anyone got a set? I have numerous VMF'rs who can vouch for me, Oh- I can powder coat...........should that interest anyone looking for a trade deal
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Getting ready to drop the hammer and go with AAW kit. I will need the tools- I can rent or buy- would like to put the $$ in a VMF'rs pocket rather than AAW/whomever- Anyone wanna sell/rent/trade something? To be clear I want the AAW tool not a harbor freight/lowes/ or something close- I want the correct tool for this job (as I do not wish to revisit this or have gremlins) Anyone got a set? I have numerous VMF'rs who can vouch for me, Oh- I can powder coat...........should that interest anyone looking for a trade deal

I can vouch for you Great guy that would do anything for you.

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Yeah- I have had your whole mustang for several months now (course you don't have it back yet....haha) Surely I can be trusted for 200$ worth of tools- we'll see- might just rent them- too bad noone else here locally is doing this upgrade- it'd be worth chipping in on if we had maybe 2 others besides me
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