Payment Method: Taobao Alipay
TB Store: https://shop118580038.taobao.com/shop/view_shop.htm?spm=a1z09.2.0.0.774a2e8dtrALsv&user_number_id=1652673222 (I dealt more with wechat though)
Shipping Cost: AUD $20 for EMS shipping along with another bag
June 14: Added Crasftmen on Wechat (wechat id:kx970610). I had saved his tb store as one to check out, and luckily, a few ladies from the Hermes discord also spoke about him so decided to add him. Ask about Lindys and colours he had in stock, and he shows me photos, and we discuss prices. I told him I would think about my order.
June 17: Come back to Chen and ask on a whim if he has Barenia leather. He says he does so I immediately order a Bk 30 with gold hardware (my HG birkin)
June 18: Decide to order a Rodeo as well and ask what colours he has in stock. Decide on an all black one.
June 28: Was informed that my bags done. Receive PSPs the next day. I GL.
June 30: Bag is shipped out to third party shipper... keep reading on reddit ➡
Yes...I'm playing this game yet again. I've never done a STR/FTH build in 2 so here goes.
Anyway this weapon can be acquired very early on, does huge damage, and stunlocks pretty frequently. It also only weighs 3.0!!!! I am absolutely decimating enemies. I was able to one hit giant knights in Heide's. Just killed Mytha with about 10-15 total swings lol.
Give it a try. Great weapon to use before switching to...well, I guess I'm gonna go with the Large Club once I've leveled up by VIT a bit more.
Edit: lol I just beat smelter demon first try, with ease. This thing rules!!!
I'm wondering if anyone has recent experiences with the Craftsman rubber hoses from Ace. Previously, when Craftsman was sold at Sears (RIP) they were considered best in class, however more recently there has been a lot of discussion indicating that has changed. The old ones were MiUSA, all rubber, hexagonal, while the new ones are allegedly made in china, more lightweight, and have worse hardware. Looking at the website though, it's tough to tell if maybe Ace has some old ones that they're still selling - I was under the impression that the new lower quality ones did not have the same hexagonal design.
I've also heard some people suggest Continental hoses, though I'm not really sure which ones, some people suggest contractor grade hoses (again, not sure which ones,) and some people like Flexzilla hoses, but I've heard a good amount of reports that they're prone to develo... keep reading on reddit ➡
So as a fighter, I want to use master craftsman to craft headband of aerial agility +6... RAW possible or no? (I'm pretty sure I'll need scrolls to use as the spell requirement..and maybe a rod?)
I bought this press a couple years ago. It is a bench model that was converted to a floor model. It was crusty and absolutely caked in oily sawdust. The original paint was mostly worn away with some surface rust on the castings.
I completely disassembled it. Hot tanked the castings after removing tags and name plates to get them to clean bare metal. Polished any knobs or hardware to remove oxidation. Replaced the spindle bearings, rewired, and installed a new chuck. I cut it back down to proper bench model size as well. This thing runs amazing. So smooth and quiet. When spun by hand the runout on the chuck is just over .002". Not bad for a machine that's pushing 80yrs old!
As the post says unfortunately. Lost a Craftsman storage container, red lid and black container. Was driving from Pleasantdale Rd to McGinnis ferry. I used 85 going North. Was almost exit to exit. If anyone's seen it or has found it I'd appreciate it if I could get my things back, definitely a cash reward. Very doubtful but it's worth a try.
Thanks to anyone reading my post.
Got these on sale for $AU415. It's a suede Craftsman in the leather sole.
I have a very normal foot and consistently wear a UK9 and US10 in normal width. I prefer a snug fit. I took these in a 9G and would say the sizing is right where it needs to be. It's a little snug but should ease up a bit as I wear into the footbed.
It's a very comfortable boot. Like a leather sock. The support is good.
The suede is nice. Not excellent but at this price I wasn't expecting flawless suede. The nap is fairly tight but it lacks that lustre that my Edward Greens have.
The stitching and clicking is all on point. Part of the welt didn't have even colour coverage but I applied some dark brown cream to those parts.
The reason I bought these is that as an Australian I felt compelled to support the last real bookmaker. It's very iconic.
I am a big fan of the silhouette and the wholecut design.... keep reading on reddit ➡
Question, does anyone know of any other Jumpchains with a crafting system of some kind similar to Minecraft, Terraria, Starbound etc.?
Ive already been to the aforementioned Jumpchains, I’m just wondering if there was others.
Thanks in Advance!
*Sit down, unwind, and have a delicious dinner next to a peaceful campfire after a long, hard day of beating people with a wrench*
~~**Campfire spawns small health kits around it(Small piece of meat to fit the medieval aesthetic), and generates a maximum of 8 health kits at a time(every 1.2 seconds).**~~
~~**Campfires light arrows on fire**~~
~~**Ignites enemies who stand on the Campfire **~~
~~*Campfire is unable to dispense ammo/metal.*~~
~~Replaces the Dispenser with the Campfire~~
Upgrading the Campfire increases the rate at which health kits spawn(-0.2 seconds per level), the maximum health kits allowed out at one time(+2 per level), and increases the duration of afterburn an enemy faces by standing on the Campfire (2.5 seconds/level)
I designed this Dispenser replacement to serve two purposes, giving the engineer use in medieval mode, and encouraging team play. First off, the Engineer is... keep reading on reddit ➡
As the title says.
Weapons picked up before the Duo Fjord stage will most likely be discarded because they don't have those characteristics in most cases.
I think this option would be a good factor, giving you the choice to continue to use weapons like the ones you picked up earlier in the game.
The wife and I bought this house last summer, and are getting around to doing a kitchen remodel later this month. The house is listed as being built in 1903, but there've been a few add ons over the years to get it where it is now. The cabinets are the typical builder grade you see in a lot of 1960s/1970s homes (at least ones that I've been in); the flat front with no hardware, solid wood type. We're planning on using the unfinished shaker style cabinets from Home Depot as replacements because the cost for buying new doors isn't much different than just doing all new cabinets (roughly 60% of the cost of new cabinets). Also from Home Depot, the wooden butcher block counter tops we're planning on using to replace the cheapo laminate ones that are there currently.
The tall cabinet on far right of the stove is interesting (and a bit of a pain) though. Its really shallow, the shelves are about 6" deep, but the cabinet itself is the typical 24" depth. I think the cabinet was built around th... keep reading on reddit ➡
These are the 2 best 113 craftsman I could find within 2 hours of me. The $100 one is $100 firm but the $75 maybe will come down I haven’t asked him but is shorter drive for me also. Advice for my first table saw?
I know, its a shitty excuse for a
I also know, like 2 people care.
u/Fhoulan , thanks for the idea and the motivation to go through with it.
I don't have footage of the run, as the last time I tried to record, the video was choppy and practically unwatchable. I do however, have a GIF showcasing it.
Not sure if this kind of post is allowed here but thought this might be a relevant community to ask.
My grandpa gave me his old router a couple years ago. I finally had a reason to use it so I turned it on and took one pass on a piece of scrap wood to test it out. I switched it off and now it won't turn back on.
I opened the handle up with the switch. It was packed full of saw dust. I cleaned it out. It still didn't work.
I tested the switch with a multimeter and it appears to be functional.
I uploaded some pictures here: http://imgur.com/a/hkuaTuW
This is a link to the manual: https://www.searspartsdirect.com/manual/2y18hyt1xy-000247/craftsman-315175100-router
Any advice on what else to check? Am I missing something simple here?
Hi, So I have had this mower for about 25 years now. It was purchased by my dad and now as a son I really like to care for it. However it is really old the pull cable just finally snapped the body has some holes on it and the engine tends to sputter. However I am hesitant about buying a new one thinking that older stuff is better than new stuff. I am considering the option of taking to a lawn mower shop to get a professional opinion. At the very least I would like to know what is the best thing to do with it? What should I do with it if buying a new one? Can I sell it for scrap somewhere?
Back when Craftsman was all American made and Sears was kicking strong I bought all my tools at 18. Now that Craftsman more or less sucks what's the go to now? Gearwrench? Kobalt?
I bought this table saw at a yard sale for 100 bucks and it did not come with a riving knife or blade guard. I have been unsuccessful trying to locate a guard online, and all of the throat covers I can find are not zero clearance. So I'm going to cut my own out of plywood and see about cutting a splitter to affix.
How can I increase the safety of this table saw? I'd really like to get a guard but like I said i haven't been able to find one. I am planning on ordering a better push stick than the one I made, which is just a stick of plywood with a corner cut out of it.
Title. I have a couple of c3 tools I got back in college and was looking fir some new stuff since I already have Batts and chargers but it looks like they've moved on to the v20 brush less line with no backwards battery comparability. Thinking of just making the switch to bigger red and giving the few tools and batteries I have to my nephew.
Hello All, I just discovered this awesome sub-reddit. Does anyone have suggestions on what I can use to make dado cuts? Where can I get a throat plate? Can I use 7" stacked dados? I am fairly new to wood working (just bought the table saw a month ago) and I don't feel comfortable making my own throat plate. Thank for you taking time time to read/respond!