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zool3
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zool3
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December

Thanks Mitchell I think I'll grab a pack of each and see which size i use most before getting a larger pack of that size!

zool3
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December

Thanks @MitchellMc and @Noyade I will go into Bunnings today to have a look Are there any issues of using treated pine screws indoors. My main concer ...

zool3
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Hi All, I'm about to start on projects and was wondering what type of screws I should be using? I went into the store today and got a bit overwhelmed! ...

zool3
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4 replies
November

Thanks Mitchell. Apologies, it was my first time receiving a message.

zool3
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November

Hi @Jason, I don't have a reply or delete button. Just the scam message

zool3
Junior Contributor
November

Might be a good idea to add delete messages feature to the inbox or report message/user. Please pass on to IT team

zool3
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November

Hi @r23on just want to clarify when you said "not go past for quality" - are you saying they're poorly built/not durable? I guess I am willing to pa ...

zool3
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November

Thanks Mitchell. I'll have to mix and match my tools. I'll probably stick with AEG corded (ciruclar and jigsaw) since the pricing is very close to to ...

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Noyade
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November

Hi JDE.Yes, it would appear that Roybi has dispensed with the traditional induction motor fan to remove heat and gone with simple convection through " ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

@zool3, The AEG range would be more than suitable for what you have described. That's exactly how I started off buying power tools. I would get what ...

Razzer
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August

Hi Hiaifale6 As I am just helping a friend out with setting her garage up, so she can build/repair her furniture. Plus stops her from using my tools. ...

Andy_Mann
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June 2016

@darylhewston I note that your cordless Hilti system is off limits to your apprentices, & if I'm on track, it's because the lads may not respect those ...

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zool3
Junior Contributor
December

Thanks Mitchell I think I'll grab a pack of each and see which size i use most before getting a larger pack of that size!

zool3
Junior Contributor
2 replies
December

Thanks @MitchellMc and @Noyade I will go into Bunnings today to have a look Are there any issues of using treated pine screws indoors. My main concer ...

zool3
Junior Contributor
4 replies
November

Thanks Mitchell. Apologies, it was my first time receiving a message.

zool3
Junior Contributor
November

Thanks Mitchell. I'll have to mix and match my tools. I'll probably stick with AEG corded (ciruclar and jigsaw) since the pricing is very close to to ...

zool3
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6 replies
November

Hi Mitchell, Thanks for a detailed reply. I'm hoping to building some furniture for the house - dining table, shelfs, side tables, drawers, garage sto ...

zool3
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Hi All, I'm looking at converting my double garage to a workshop (car will be outside when working as well). So I use to be a woodworking student 15 y ...

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