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Old 11-25-2008, 01:41 AM
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Default Re: Does anyone have any Bridge City tools?

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Originally Posted by tvgordon View Post
I own many of the layout tools, but none of the planes or saws. I used to buy about every tool as it came out as they used to have a "club" and would offer the members a discounted price if they purchased when the tool was introduced. I bought most of them until they started to make the planes and other tools that were way over my budget.

I really like using them, they have a nice "heavy" feel to them. I'm not sure if they still offer this, but when I was buying their tools they offered to repair or replaced any damaged tool for (if I remember right) $5. This included dropping a square off the workbench or anything else that might damage a tool.

Tom.
Tom,

I do not know about the $5 repair fee but I do know they still have the club and it appears that you can save significant amounts of money as long as you SPEND significant amounts.
I would love to try any of their tools as they just appear to be so well made.

Fred
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