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  • #61
    Re: Shark Bites or compression fittings??

    Maybe he means Jaws? Congratulations.

    J.C.

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    • #62
      Re: Shark Bites or compression fittings??

      Nope it was the P&M Ridgid Tool tip contest, $200.00 in free Ridgid hand tools. Here's the link:

      http://www.pmmag.com/CDA/Articles/Tool_Tips

      Also if you look down I got the Dec. 2009 too!

      Hey it's something, anything free these days is great!

      Send Us Your Tool Tips >> If you have an idea that has saved you time and money, Plumbing & Mechanical would like to share your tip with our readers. E-mail us and the first-place winner each month will receive the following RIDGID® Prize Package, consisting of eight professional hand tools with a retail value of $200:
      • 18-inch HD RAPIDGRIP™ Self-Adjusting Wrenches for easy, one-hand operation.
      • One-Stop™ Wrench, a compound tool for installing compression couplings.
      • 10-inch Wide-Mouth Adjustable Wrench featuring tapered jaws for tight areas.
      • 10 1/2-inch Plumber’s Tongue-and-Groove Pliers with extra-wide openings.
      • No. 117 Midget Tubing Cutter for use in confined areas.
      • No. 151 Quick-Acting Tubing Cutter for smoother operation.
      • 6-in-1 Multi-Purpose Screwdriver with two Phillips heads, two flat heads and two nut drivers.
      • No. 395 Nightshade Torpedo Level for general use and work in tight and/or dark areas.
      Last edited by ironranger; 09-21-2010, 03:22 PM.

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