Douglas,I'd shake your hand, but my arm isn't long enough to reach Texas. Your friendship is very much appreciated.
I may have gotten carried away with the engraving tool.....and chain. But, nobody will have to ask, "is it yours, Douglas?"
Danni,Your response was perfect! Thank you. Now to find Douglas a chain for his chain.
Quote from: Singh on July 08, 2018, 05:58:54 PMWhy do people love the Rebar? Maybe some people love rusty tools?What's with the drive by cheap shot
Why do people love the Rebar? Maybe some people love rusty tools?
I'm good with it, has a lot of the same features as D_T's VX.Between the two of you I think I will have to Mod one myself.What say you, D_T?
Of couse, nice you can join us GLBM and thank you for helping Douglas out with his loss My VX is modded too but I have it on good authority that I can participate nonetheless. I see no reason why you shouldn't be able to, particularly after you got this challenge back on track (I also have the other one, which has made a few appearances and is stock as far as tool complement goes.)Expectations are high though
Great to see that this challenge just got some help Stuff like this is what makes me love
Excellent outcome to the challenge and your "Situation" Doug!!GLBM my biggest to you, and you made me laugh hard with that engraving , you sure are a talented customiser IMO you can obviously join and do the Challenge as long as it reads "Rebar" o the handle, and it's not written by you with an engraver
Day one:Rebar hanging out on some 1890s oak carving I have been repairing.
Great uses and pics guys and already to the half way point DT
Not a lot of action for my rebar today, but we found a great after dinner recipe.(Image removed from quote.)
Quote from: Douglas on July 15, 2018, 05:56:50 AMNot a lot of action for my rebar today, but we found a great after dinner recipe.(Image removed from quote.) that mixer or food processor must be very quick and deadly