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post #1 of 5 Old Dec 10th, 2007, 8:04 am Thread Starter
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Harbor Freight Lift Table $199.

I received this coupon via email and thought I'd pass it on. Cheapest I've ever seen it.

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I was there the other day and the guy in front of me was buying one. He had the coupon you posted plus a 10% off coupon and they honered both. So he ended up paying $179.00. Wish I had room for one.

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I wish the tools HF sells were worth the money.

Especaily the larger items.
It seems that all the Chinese made steel products are simply just crap.
My biggest complaint is how fast the paint bubbles then flakes away.
Then the thing turns to rust the next day.
I know this is mainly due to all of the recycled steel that they use, but come on.

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I wish the tools HF sells were worth the money.

Especaily the larger items.
It seems that all the Chinese made steel products are simply just crap.
My biggest complaint is how fast the paint bubbles then flakes away.
Then the thing turns to rust the next day.
I know this is mainly due to all of the recycled steel that they use, but come on.
I wonder if sandblasting the paint off and brush it with some 395A, I think its called, from Napa would cure it. That paint works wonders. It is silver and some real nasty stuff. We use it on our feed bins when they start rusting. I think it is mostly used for an undercoating on vehicles.

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I live within 1.5 miles from their Head quarters and main warehouse, drive by it daily. Once a month the have a huge parking lot sale of all the returned and over stocked items along with damaged goods. Bought a 2.5 ton floor jack and was surprised to find a extra seal kit for the hydraulic lift ram. Used the kit a month later and then within 6 months I went and bought a Craftsman whitch I still use 10 years later. You get what you pay for and their products always lets me down just when there needed most. Like when your bike is up in the air and you need that ram to lift it off the stops but it won't because the seals have blown with 850lbs of plastic and metal on the deck....Been There!!! Did buy their bugle to blow reviley and get the kids up in the morning. Damn it works great and they hate it so.....

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