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Old 01-26-2009, 10:46 PM   #16
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Ill never find it...


Like a co worker stated Ill probably be walking through a garage sale 20 years from now and find it. By then I wont know what to do with it. JK THis was prbably one of my most used tools in my whole collection anything else will be a close but not quite it deal. Thanks for your help. The closest thing to exact is the pic I sent on 01 18 2009 at 0151 pm but with reg and phillips instead of hex.

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Old 01-26-2009, 11:07 PM   #17
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Heres a different avenue...


Does anyone have and old sears or craftsman catalog where we might find a model number or any more info that i could possibly contact the company??? Im thinkin around mid nineties. Our job if you wish to help is to find this screwdriver and get it back in my hand. Thanks again.
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Old 01-28-2009, 05:59 AM   #18
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re:"Like a co worker stated Ill probably be walking through a garage sale 20 years from now and find it."

If you're luck is anything like mine it will be found, when you're setting up for your own garage sale......

Hang in there. I lost my Snap On for 6 weeks, on my buddy's work bench. All the time I was asking him to check for it. Wheneever atool goesa stry OI try to recall the last place I used it. If you only use it at home, it will show up.
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Old 02-02-2009, 10:49 AM   #19
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Lowes has a similar tool sold under the Kobalt brand name..
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Old 02-02-2009, 11:00 AM   #20
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re:"Like a co worker stated Ill probably be walking through a garage sale 20 years from now and find it."

If you're luck is anything like mine it will be found, when you're setting up for your own garage sale......
man, you're lucky.... ME on the other hand would walk out to see the wife just sold it and the guy driving away.......

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Old 02-03-2009, 08:00 AM   #21
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That response sounded like...


A movie review because it made me laugh it made me cry. I can see you rrunning down the street jumping on the back of the car holding on to the trunk and the first turn you go flying off. I hope its not 20 years.
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well, i'm happy i could make someone laugh.... =o)

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Maybe when the weather breaks....


When Im moving some things around Ill find it...hopefully. Or did I leave it in the yard and its been under snow for 4 months who know but hope it turns up soon. I cant believe I cant BUY this screwdriver anywhere bad enough losing it worse that I cant replace it.
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Old 04-19-2009, 11:50 AM   #24
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Still missing!!!!!!!!!


Has anyone seen the 6 in 1 craftsman online anywehre yet?? I still have not found it and not even close to finding it somewhere. I have checked online ebay etc.. and cannot seem to find it let me knwo if someone comes across it.
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if they truly don't make that one anymore, simply buy this one, http://www.epinions.com/hmgd-Shop_To...Ball-End_41781 that you posted before and then walk to the bin of bits at the end of the counter and replace the hex bits with phillips and flatheads, they ARE the exact same size and will pop right in the handle. then you have a spare set of hex bits too.......

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Check out the autoloader multibit on line. It has arevolving bit selector.Then when you find yours you can throw this in the glove box or kitchen drawer
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Another ONE


Or SKIL has one called the auto bit changer, with ratchet... even better
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Old 04-28-2009, 02:49 PM   #28
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Is this what you lost? I call mine my "Special Tool". I have had it close to 20 years. About 10 years ago I saw one like it in a store somewhere but unfortunately can't remember where. Mine is labeled "System Driver 6" on the handle, and there are Patent numbers. A search online for it didn't turn up anything.

It is also my most used tool!
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