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  1. the rugman

    the rugman Well-Known Member

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    OK - here ya go. I am selling all my repair tools - must all go together. Needs to be a pick up or meet near Orange county NY as there is too much to ship. Don't want to break them up and no low ballers - they still make me $. $1500 for the lot. It's everything you will need to repair - re-stretch and install carpets. Any questions - ask away!
    Mini Jack, Tri-Force, Kool Glide with 1 full roll of tape (missing maybe 3 feet), standard iron with a few rolls of tape, Power stretcher with set of extensions, tool box full of goodies!

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  2. Todd the Cleaner

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    If you don’t bet a buyer for the whole lot I am interested in a couple of the tools.
     
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  3. the rugman

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    Really like to sell it all - otherwise I'll end up with some stuff i can't sell. I'll see how it goes.
     
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  4. MikeGaure

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    now watch all the repair jobs start calling lol
     
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  5. Jim Davisson

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    Someone is going to get a heck of a deal!
     
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  6. crash1big

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    ...and after a day of installing you'll need this power stretcher......[​IMG]
     
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  7. the rugman

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    I never did new installs - but if I did I would always use a power stretcher - eff the whole knee kicker thing!
     
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    If I ever saw one of my guys using a knee kicker to do a new install; he wouldn't have a job. o_O
     
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  9. jtsunbrite

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    I just ordered the kneeless kicker last nite, been wanting one and I kept forgetting to buy one,,, what is the red thing is that one of those tri leg kneeless kickers?
     
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    I use them on restretchings but not on installs,, I don't install a whole lot of new stuff anymore, I make one of the guys do it that's younger lol
     
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    why are you getting rid of your carpet tools?
     
  12. mike$

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    Looks like a behr claw
     
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  14. the rugman

    the rugman Well-Known Member

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    It's a Tri-Force. I don't do much repairs anymore - used to do a ton. Gettin too dam old!
     
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  15. keep it clean

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    The day after you get rid of them. You’ll get a call to stretch out a lr/dr. Few days later another will want hall stretched. And on and on.... lol



    I would probably keep a few of them items you got there. Basic hand tools and your kool glide. Maybe not restretch anymore. But fixing cigarette burns and stains that just cant be removed patching and whatnot. Can still do pretty painlessly with surface iron. Crawling around with a stretcher i can understand. That beats your knees up even with pads on. Just alone carrying all the poles and head into the house is a pia. But small patch is easy money especially if done from surface.
     
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  16. Total Cleaning Service

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    Which power stretcher is that?
     
  17. the rugman

    the rugman Well-Known Member

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    The red one? It's called a Tri-Force
     
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  18. jtsunbrite

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    I ordered a kneeless kicker the day before you posted this,,, was the tri force a pain to move around?
     
  19. Total Cleaning Service

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    Which one did you order?
     
  20. the rugman

    the rugman Well-Known Member

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    I really could never quite get the hang of the thing to be honest. Then again - I don't do a bunch of re-stretches.
     

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