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    Quote Originally Posted by Kritafo View Post
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    I bought a metal detector after wanting one for a million years it seems. So far, nails, rusty nails, broken nails lol
    Awesome! Something I have always been interested in too. When I was a kid an old man always walked around the parks in our small town with one and he would let me dig when he found shit. Been hooked ever since finding a little meteorite!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KPHMPH View Post
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    Birthday present finally arrive, install it today.

    I’m happy, makes the DRL a big oval now

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    Very nice

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    It's no ego, but hard to pass up for $360
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    Hey baller, any problem money can solve is no problem at all. Don't sweat it.

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    Sick whip. I like Ryobi.
    Make the world a radder place, grow a mullet.
    Public Mobile is the best, just like Phil Collins' mullet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    It's no ego, but hard to pass up for $360
    nice one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    It's no ego, but hard to pass up for $360
    I have the identical mower but without self propulsion. Has been great to me so far and run time is 2+ hours on the 6Ah battery across a variety of tools (blower, trimmer and edger) including of course the mower.

    Was going to get an EGO but they are massive and the brushless ones are over double the price.

    My only complaint with it is the bag is a bit too small, I have to empty it more often than I'd like before it starts dusting a bit of cut grass back onto the lawn, but it only takes ~10 seconds to take it off, dump the grass into a bin, and reinstall. Also it has 4 separate safe guards before it will turn on, so if it isn't running, you probably just missed something.

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    This thread is making me appreciate my grass free yard.
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    Once again another useless post by JRSCOOLDUDE.
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    Don't let the e-thugs and faggots get to you when they quote your posts and write stupid shit.

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    wow nice. I didn't know they have a self-propelled version now.

    Really happy with my Ryobi mower. Able to get 2-3 mows in + trimming with trimmer before I have to recharge the battery. Neighbours also really appreciate how quiet it is. Just waiting for the blower to go on-sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX_EVOLV View Post
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    wow nice. I didn't know they have a self-propelled version now.

    Really happy with my Ryobi mower. Able to get 2-3 mows in + trimming with trimmer before I have to recharge the battery. Neighbours also really appreciate how quiet it is. Just waiting for the blower to go on-sale.
    The 40V blower is incredibly cheap, I think $108 every day for a bare tool. If you need one just go for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX_EVOLV View Post
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    wow nice. I didn't know they have a self-propelled version now.

    Really happy with my Ryobi mower. Able to get 2-3 mows in + trimming with trimmer before I have to recharge the battery. Neighbours also really appreciate how quiet it is. Just waiting for the blower to go on-sale.
    20 percent off coupon scam currently on Ryobi products. See RFD for details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R-Audi View Post
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    Picked up a new family hauler last week... super impressed with it! Hyundai Palisade Luxury.

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    Had ours since December. Same trim, white interior, bench middle. Really nothing came close to how nice these are for the $$$ back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleks View Post
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    Had ours since December. Same trim, white interior, bench middle. Really nothing came close to how nice these are for the $$$ back then.
    Great to drive as well.. smooth, cushy and lots of bells and whistles. The complete opposite of my 4Runner.

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    New shoes for the E this week. Shout out to Bob and Steve at Urban X for the quality service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanEG6 View Post
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    New shoes for the E this week. Shout out to Bob and Steve at Urban X for the quality service!

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    @JordanEG6 I have an OEM side rocker panel trim sitting in the box for 12 years that will complement this build. Also a full set of interior LED lighting from superbrightLEDs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanEG6 View Post
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    New shoes for the E this week. Shout out to Bob and Steve at Urban X for the quality service!
    Attaboy with the white letters out. The only way to go.
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    As the wise David Puddy said, it's the playoffs, ya gotta support your team.
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    Make the world a radder place, grow a mullet.
    Public Mobile is the best, just like Phil Collins' mullet.

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    Box of toys for my rack setup. All I really needed was the fibre patch cable, which hopefully works because I really have no idea what I needed, to be able to move my ONT into my rack. So that and a fibre coupler were pretty cheap.

    Picked up a couple PDU’s for the rack since they were dirt cheap (38 bucks for 8 ports). And some cable management stuff to layer in to hopefully clean some stuff up a bit and to hit free shipping.

    If anyone hasn’t ordered from FS. It’s an experience haha. They have reps who are emailing you minutes later, one in particularly was trying to squeeze out a company contact from me to try and bet a new company contact from me. Stuff came quickly and duties were fair (nothing surprising).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanEG6 View Post
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    New shoes for the E this week. Shout out to Bob and Steve at Urban X for the quality service!

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    Hell yeah man! I love doing the odd stuff... Thanks for bringing this my way!
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    Got my first issue of Truck Hub Magazine in the mail today. "Magazine in the mail" is something that probably doesn't get said in too many sentences in 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phreezee View Post
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    Bought this because it's pretty much all time low and I have FOMO when it's a good deal.
    Performs better than the Yeti Tundra 45.



    OOS, but buy now and think later. CC won't get charged until it ships.

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    Any reviews on the cooler? Looks to be on sale again.

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