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  • #46
    How many Ridgid tablesaw owners would like to see a zero clearance insert that you could replace the wearable centers on a stock steel plate???

    1.) YES

    2.) NO

    3.) MAYBE

    4.) NOT NESSECARY
    Regards,<br /><br />Big Johnson<br /><br />Pictures: <a href=\"http://www.woodworkersweb.com/modules.php?set_albumName=albuv85&op=modload&name= gallery&file=index&include=view_album.php\" target=\"_blank\">http://www.woodworkersweb.com/modules.php?set_albumName=albuv85&op=modload&name= gallery&file=index&include=view_album.php</a>

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    • #47
      Why did you purchase your RIDGID TOOLS?
      A.DEPENDABILITY
      B.COST
      C.SERVICE
      D.YOU MAKE YOUR LIVING WITH THEM.

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      • #48
        What other extras would you like to see made available to purchase at the distributing stores for your table saw.
        1. blank plastic inserts
        2. accesories for the fence
        3. replacement nuts for the arbour
        4. all the above plus_______________________

        [ 01-09-2003, 01:29 PM: Message edited by: Paul Mcauslan ]

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        • #49
          When following your wife(husband, spouse, significant other) through countless acres of glasware and beanie babies at the flea market, do you?

          A->stay asleep in the the car.
          B->ogle the glass troll.
          C->look for the elusive Ridgid tool in the bottom of the $1 tool crate.

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          • #50
            What best describes why you frequent the Ridgid Forums?
            a) Find answers about tools and procedures
            b) Offer your knowledge and expertiese
            c) Just read the posts to gain knowledge
            d) Get ideas for your shop and projects
            John E. Adams<br /><a href=\"http://www.woodys-workshop.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.woodys-workshop.com</a>

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            • #51
              since it's april and all, any of those decals up for grabs still?

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              • #52
                Here's one for the Excellent new line of Ridgid cordless power tool combo kits!
                Do you prefer a:
                A. Hardshell carry case
                B. soft carry bag

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                • #53
                  Here are two ideas for survey questions:

                  1. What brand of cordless drill / driver do you use?

                  (a) Ridgid
                  (b) Craftsman
                  (c) Ryobi
                  (d) Dewalt
                  (e) Milwalki
                  (f) Porter Cable
                  (g) Black and Decker
                  (h) Skill
                  (i) Makita
                  (j) Other

                  2. After the cordless drill, which cordless power tool do you use the most?
                  (a) Circular saw
                  (b) Reciprocating saw
                  (c) Jig saw
                  (d) Router
                  (e) Flashlight

                  Chris Berg
                  Chris Berg

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                  • #54
                    We really need to pay our executives and corperate officers a higher compensation package. Would it really bum you working class guys out if we made all our tools overseas(china) to stay "competitive"?

                    A) Naw, that's great I love capatalist exploitation.

                    B) Hmm, mabe alittle but I'm too busy working 70 hours a week to keep up with the bills...I need a "bargain".

                    C) Hell yeah, I never buy tools(junk) made in china, I won't give aid and comfort to an enemy of my country.

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                    • #55
                      Here is my suggestion for the poll:

                      "RIDGID's incredible Limited Lifetime Service Warranty promotion on power tools purchased until December 31, 2003 is the best in the business!

                      Taking advantage of this special promotion period, how much do you plan to spend on new RIDGID tools that you would not have spent on tools otherwise?"

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                      1. $3000+</font>
                      2. $2000</font>
                      3. $1500</font>
                      4. $1000</font>
                      5. $750</font>
                      6. $500</font>
                      7. $400</font>
                      8. $300</font>
                      9. $200</font>
                      10. $100</font>
                      11. $0, I am not interested</font>
                      This is a more long-term type poll that I would recommend leaving up for at least a month or more or until the promotion ends to get more meaningful and interesting results.






                      CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!

                      [ 10-31-2003, 03:56 PM: Message edited by: RIDGID1 ]

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                      • #56
                        This would be a good survey question.......
                        How many batteries should come in a 4 piece combo kit?

                        A...none
                        B...one
                        C...two
                        D...three
                        E...four (one for each tool)

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                        • #57
                          1) What other cordless tools would you like Ridgid to add to their 18v X2 line?

                          A) Jig saw
                          B) Angle grinder
                          C) Impact driver
                          D) Right angle drill
                          E) Cut-out saw
                          F) Miter saw

                          2) Of these tools which would you buy right now with the lifetime warranty and which would you not buy if they came out after the first of the year?

                          P.S- I'd love a t-shirt [img]smile.gif[/img]

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                          • #58
                            danomal,

                            false

                            Although 100% oxygen will ignite just about any hydrocarbon,it is not,by itself,flammable.

                            LOX works particularly well with hydrogen or RP-1(kerosene).

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                            • #59
                              Do you consider a product to be "made in the USA" to be a:

                              A)positive

                              B)negative

                              C)neutral

                              D)doesn't matter where it's made

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                              • #60
                                Another idea for a survey question!

                                What brand name tools do you buy as gifts for Christmas?

                                A) DeWalt
                                B) Ridgid
                                C) Porter Cable
                                D) Milwaukee
                                E) Other
                                Why does it say paper jam when there eeeezzzz no paper jam!!!

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