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Off Topic / What is your most recent non-automotive purchase?
« Last post by jrkoff on December 14, 2017, 07:20 AM »
Originally posted by #StreetFocus
Yeah you'd be crazy to pay full price.

The Stanley doesn't have lifetime warranty. That's why I went mastercraft this time. I got a Stanley set 5 years ago. It's still good aside from I broke one ratchet by using it as a hammer lol. Other than that the set is still great. Retired the Stanley's to the workshop, mastercraft set will be in the truck.

does anyone pay full price on mastercraft?   when im on the fence about mastercraft, it has to be bought at 70% off or more.  if i see 85%, its usually a 'buy now', as that seems to be the max discount
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General Discussion / Road Trip Car Protection
« Last post by Madbuzz41 on December 14, 2017, 05:42 AM »
Buy an industrial roll of plastic wrap and wrap the whole car then car cover?


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General Discussion / Road Trip Car Protection
« Last post by #StreetFocus on December 13, 2017, 11:31 PM »
Haven't felt them but reviews say they're a soft material and the description says triple layered polypropylene to prevent scratches.

No idea. Just seems like a better option than taping an entire car with tape.
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General Discussion / Trucks/ Tow rigs / 4x4 Thread
« Last post by Madbuzz41 on December 13, 2017, 10:34 PM »
Hey streetfocus what do you think of running 33x13.5 vs the 33x12.5? I see some guys online running both and wondered what you thought? Probably go with 15x10 with similar 3.75 BS maaaybe 3.5?


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General Discussion / Road Trip Car Protection
« Last post by themikewoo on December 13, 2017, 10:25 PM »
Originally posted by #StreetFocus
you can get a car cover for like $80 from Canadian tire. obviously not going to be the greatest cover in the world at $80, but will be better than tape or something for protecting the entire car from road spray.
I feel like there would be a hug potential for scratches with a cheap car cover.

Is there a wind deflector you can purchase for your trailer?

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General Discussion / Road Trip Car Protection
« Last post by #StreetFocus on December 13, 2017, 09:58 PM »
you can get a car cover for like $80 from Canadian tire. obviously not going to be the greatest cover in the world at $80, but will be better than tape or something for protecting the entire car from road spray.
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General Discussion / Road Trip Car Protection
« Last post by Joe on December 13, 2017, 09:28 PM »
I would only trust 3m products. As the car will be cold adhesion may be an issue. Id find out if any body shop supply has the shrink wrap Ive seen some cars wrapped in.
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Automotive Gallery / Post a Pic of your car.
« Last post by #StreetFocus on December 13, 2017, 06:53 PM »
you're not stuck if you get out by yourself!
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General Discussion / Road Trip Car Protection
« Last post by kdavidmazur on December 13, 2017, 04:16 PM »
I am delivering a car I am selling to Hamilton, ON next week and am using an open trailer to tow it there. I want to protect the paint while towing it down, does anyone have a recommendation for the best painters tape to use? Ideally I would use some form of track tape but I may not be able to obtain any before I leave next week. If anyone has extra that they would be willing to sell please let me know!!
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Automotive Gallery / Post a Pic of your car.
« Last post by Madbuzz41 on December 13, 2017, 04:00 PM »


Then underestimated how much snow was blown in this ditch and drove down into it with zero momentum (for fun) and temporary got stuck. This was the aftermath


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