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So has anyone run across any "steals" for Cyber Monday deals? I've looked at all the usual places but haven't seen anything like implements or major accessories on sale anywhere. Anyone found anything?
 

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Yeah- At Harbor Freight. Cyber Monday Super Sale. Just like all the other sales they have 365/24/7

Not trying to be sarcastic here. Just went to Harbor Freight & got a wide crown pneumatic stapler for $19 & change with the discount coupons, plus a free 5'x7' foot tarp. My wife got a free tarp too, plus a spool of wire & a paint brush all for $1.45. She came out of the store laughing herself into a coma. When I asked her what's so funny she said " I really don't want any of this junk but it's so cheap I couldn't resist buying it. She then gave it to me to keep & continued to laugh her ass off on all the junk you can get for next to nothing at HF. 365/24/7
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Green Farm Parts still has their 10% code going until the end of today I think.

Harbor Freight - I only get to one of their stores once every 4 months when I have a doctor appointment in the city. Of course it is this week on Wednesday after all the weekend specials. But I have a pile of 25% off coupons so I can get what I need instead of just getting stuff that is on sale.

If I need something in the meantime, their $6.99 flat shipping works fine.
 

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Zoro.com had 30% off orders of $200 or more and free shipping. They have the best prices on Woodford Y34 yard hydrants so I picked up two at $98 each and then two rolls of shop towels to top the $200. Got all of it for $140. I paid $120 after shipping last year for one hydrant.

On top of that, ebates gave 2% cash back and the CC I used gave 3%.
 

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Green Farm Parts still has their 10% code going until the end of today I think.

Harbor Freight - I only get to one of their stores once every 4 months when I have a doctor appointment in the city. Of course it is this week on Wednesday after all the weekend specials. But I have a pile of 25% off coupons so I can get what I need instead of just getting stuff that is on sale.

If I need something in the meantime, their $6.99 flat shipping works fine.
Adding to my original post here. I also have a Northern Tool just on the other side of town. But NT sales are not as nuts as HF, but the level of quality in general is better at NT. I have no loyalty to the Chinese trade. I go to whoever has the junk I need at the lowest prices. However, I don't buy anything that runs on electric from HF. Waste of money & time & I just can't believe you can build & import a 4-1/2" grinder for $10 bucks. Rotating power tools flying apart at 10,000 RPM, or shorting out is not my idea of a bargain. But all the other low end crap is worth a trip every now & then.
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I was hoping someone would have a PTO PHD on sale but no luck. Tractor Supply has tons of Justin Boots and ShelterLogic shelters on sale but nothing I can use. Mutton has a grapple and a hay spike... Those were the only attachments I could find on sale at all.
 

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Zoro.com had 30% off orders of $200 or more and free shipping. They have the best prices on Woodford Y34 yard hydrants so I picked up two at $98 each and then two rolls of shop towels to top the $200. Got all of it for $140. I paid $120 after shipping last year for one hydrant.

On top of that, ebates gave 2% cash back and the CC I used gave 3%.
I LOVE Zoro Tools, just didn't need anything today...
 

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I've really been wanting the Milwaukee M18 Fuel 2763 impact wrench. I already have other Milwaukee tools that use the batteries and charger, so I just need the bare wrench. It's usually around $219, but CPO gets refurbished ones through every so often for $169. I'm confident in Milwaukee factory refurbs, so I keep watching for those. They had a bunch a couple of weeks ago and I almost bought one, but I held out thinking they would have a great Black Friday deal.

They had some good deals, but all on complete kits with batteries and chargers. The refurb impact wrenches sold out before Black Friday too! :laugh:
 

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Adding to my original post here. I also have a Northern Tool just on the other side of town. But NT sales are not as nuts as HF, but the level of quality in general is better at NT. I have no loyalty to the Chinese trade. I go to whoever has the junk I need at the lowest prices. However, I don't buy anything that runs on electric from HF. Waste of money & time & I just can't believe you can build & import a 4-1/2" grinder for $10 bucks. Rotating power tools flying apart at 10,000 RPM, or shorting out is not my idea of a bargain. But all the other low end crap is worth a trip every now & then.
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Several years ago I bought a HF or someones 4 1/2" grinder at Fall Carlisle I think it was $15.00 . Didn't think I would use one very often so OK I'll bite.
Used it maybe 3 minutes, parts went flying in every direction. Stopped the next day and bought a name brand grinder, still have it and use it more than I thought .
 

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I LOVE Zoro Tools, just didn't need anything today...
When has that mattered????

In all honesty I didn't need anything either but I know I have two cheap Simmons hydrants in the ground that sooner or later will leak. This way I will be prepared.
 
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