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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-15-2019, 12:37 AM Thread Starter
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Put up any deals you might see.
This starts 2morrow 7:15 AM. Its listed at $23 right now if it drops a lot I think I'll snag one.
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Shows them being metric. Sure they'll work on a classic Mustang?...






Once you use a set of proper trim tools you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner. I know I did. That's not a bad price, I paid almost that for a kit that has most of the plastic pry bars without the clip tools.
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Shows them being metric. Sure they'll work on a classic Mustang?..
I hope this was a joke.
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Went ahead and put that in the cart!

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Summit is running a sale as well. For the next two days. May have to go ahead and order up that fitech I've been wanting.

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Put up any deals you might see.
This starts 2morrow 7:15 AM. Its listed at $23 right now if it drops a lot I think I'll snag one.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LG3YZ5P...J8CVD53TANAQ04
They're still $23. Last month I bought a couple of garden hose timers for $24 each. Looked at them today with Prime pricing and they raised the price to $29, then lowered it back down to $24 for prime.
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I've been on Amazon since they were just books though I've never bothered with Prime. But I don't think I've actually bought anything there in years. This is very much partly because I tend to use Paypal online and they don't accept that. But really I keep get pointed to this or that "great deal" that I can repeatedly easily search up as being for sale elsewhere for the same price everyday. Even taking into account free or not-free shipping. I just don't see the great deals, not anymore. I've noticed now that Rakuten has gone more mainstream that their prices are tending to be right in line with Amazon and WalMart these days too.
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Its dropped to $18.99-

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Summit is running a sale as well. For the next two days. May have to go ahead and order up that fitech I've been wanting.
@Redneckgearhead Check Jegs, there showing 150 off on FiTech.
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I hope this was a joke.
Wait, what? You didn't get one of the metric classic Mustangs?...



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Wait, what? You didn't get one of the metric classic Mustangs?...



Yeah, I did. That's why I got the Metric trim removal kit instead of the SAE.

Thank goodness they had one.
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Thanks for the tip. Just placed my order.


I admit I'm not sure what to do with most of those tools. Does it come with instructions.

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