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just cleaning out the basement before moving out and noticed a perfectly good Bosch Bulldog 24v cordless rotohammer complete with 1 batt./chgr. and steel case. looking to get about $200 bucks or so. now you too can go bolting with reckless abandon!

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Can I rent it for half a day?

(I have to anchor some joists to a concrete foundation.)

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This is Gaper_#1,

 

Headgiver, you are stupid for needing a drill. If you spent more time adventuring up 5.3 cracks you would not need a drill for contrived non lines. Were you the person whom bolted Trundle Dome's contrived routes? I see bolts not necessary. Perhaps someone should restore them? Then just move over and continue the work on Careno Crag? I may just have to bring out my best work with the dayton.

 

My advice is throw it in the scrap can and that will be the best use for it. Buy yourself a hand drill and use that. Then you will be better equipped.

 

Gaper_#1 Has spoken. [Cool]

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Gomer #1.

 

If he needed it, he probably wouldn't be so eager to get rid of it. Pull the drill bit out of yer arse and tip one back. [big Drink]

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Originally posted by glen:

Gomer #1.

 

If he needed it, he probably wouldn't be so eager to get rid of it. Pull the drill bit out of yer arse and tip one back.
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This is Gaper_#1,

 

I got the drill bit out of your ass and shoved it in His arse already. [big Drink]

 

Gaper_#1 Has spoken. [Cool]

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