Oldest tool you own in daily use

Topspread16

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£60 a corner with tyres and shipping. Not bad budget tyres are prob £50 alone


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Topspread16

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That was the plan with mine to convert it into a camper, it's not going to happen. No time soon anyway!!


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moy83

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No but crossed my mind . Heard of a brick doing it with his phone and you could hear phone going of all day lol
I knocked a kitten down a cavity by accident years ago , had to break out a few blocks before he scooted out the poor b*****d
 

John j

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I knocked a kitten down a cavity by accident years ago , had to break out a few blocks before he scooted out the poor b*****d
Did a job last year n builder reversed pick up o we family Labrador killing it thank God I wasn't there . Though I did laugh as only he could do it . Still blames dog
 

Topspread16

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Just bought one of these,always wanted a magnesium one.€75 but fu•k it that's what I wanted.

Did you get an MT one? Couldn't find one anywhere so had to settle for a Kraft. Been a belter tho never lose they're shape like the Ali ones. Well worth its dosh, kraft was £50 about 5 year ago maybe longer


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Nicm

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Did you get an MT one? Couldn't find one anywhere so had to settle for a Kraft. Been a belter tho never lose they're shape like the Ali ones. Well worth its dosh, kraft was £50 about 5 year ago maybe longer


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Yes a MT one.Was actually looking up Curry's one and came across it on Amazon.
 

Daniel Turk

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Like to keep this post going, love to see old relics!!

My grandfather gave me these old pliers , 160+ years old they are owned by his father and so on - mad

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johnzo

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That has seen some action!!!!
Ll looks like mine bought a mt magnesium 14x14 in around 99 still going strong in fairness it's had a replacement handle .recently bought a Kraft 16x16 magnesium hawk have to admit it's a lovely hawk but every time I go to the van I take out the mt it just doesn't feel right not using it .also my mixing drill is a Bosch which I bought in 2000 it's had a few jobs done to it but it's still going strong
 

Topspread16

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Ll looks like mine bought a mt magnesium 14x14 in around 99 still going strong in fairness it's had a replacement handle .recently bought a Kraft 16x16 magnesium hawk have to admit it's a lovely hawk but every time I go to the van I take out the mt it just doesn't feel right not using it .also my mixing drill is a Bosch which I bought in 2000 it's had a few jobs done to it but it's still going strong

It is the same, got mine in 99 when I started. Still going strong use it at least 3 days a week. Only use it for dabbing. Got 14x14 kraft to replace it. Will get another MT when that one gets donated to dabbing.


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Mouldyoldspudgun

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a green plastic tyrol gun that comes out about once every couple of years. lots of early Tyzak moulding tools , brass small tools, other tools that are used for pargetting. a render stipple brush, a muck hod, plastic bath,a larry, a selection of knackered refina,bosch, paddle mixers which we use for spares.. 2 different size metal scoopes for taking material from a tub. these tools are just handy when the time arise.
Christ I thought I was the only one that hadnt thrown his Larry out yet
 

BryanJ

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Hitachi drill used and abused, over 30 years old still working.
If I remember correct, it was something like, you bought so many screws and rawl plugs and you had a free drill.
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