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Old 05-27-2012, 11:53 AM   #1
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My ex used to have a Bridgeport staple puller that worked like a charm when removing old flooring. I didn't know how useful that thing was until I started removing this floor without it.

I see some for sale on the internet and I'm going to buy one but does any one here know if the #20 or the #56 are very different from each other, one better than the other? Is there a better version available?

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Only one I ever used was a Crain.

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Are you the person redoing the partical board floors in a moble home?
If so just cut them off with a sawsall or just pound them in.
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Are you the person redoing the partical board floors in a moble home?
If so just cut them off with a sawsall or just pound them in.
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