There is now no doubt in my mind as to the value of this store. I think its fun to shop there. Sure some of the stuff can be iffy but if you into diy and fixing things outside of woodworking that require some specilized tools which you unlikely going to use like a pro would each day, then this is the place to buy those tools.
We got a similar place in Canada called princess auto, but they dont quiet feature same as HF especially in the price / discount dept.
So no trip to USA is complete for me without a stop at HF. This time we picked up a set to do ball joint repair and then saw a deal on a 3 ton low profile jack. I hemmed and hawed and decided to leave it. Stopped in at Larry and on the way back came to the conclusion it would make life that much easier when Vaughn and I tackle the biggest mechanical auto job i have ever considered undertaking in my life.
So we stopped in again just making it under the closing time wire to pick up a 3 ton low profile jack for $89. No 20% coupon allowed on this but it was already a reduced price. There are some great finds at HF and we got free goodies too like a multimeter for Vaughns toolkit.
Always hear about you guys mentioning the moving blankets and picked up a couple now i understand why. Got to be one of their best and for woodworkers i saw how Larry uses them in the shop for protecting furniture while in process or finishing process.
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