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Old 09-07-2008, 08:18 PM
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Then again the Sys - V is available in NA. So it could be that the NAINA item comes in a Sys - V. So maybe it simply is that a Sys V is a a companion to the NAINA item


The boxes are marked with the "www.festoolusa.com" logo. I doubt that FTUSA would ever ship any NAINA items, even to Mr. Christopherson.
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Old 09-07-2008, 08:29 PM
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As long as you ain't wearin em...don't really matter.

As fer whats in the box?

I gotz svengali like chit mang.

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The boxes are marked with the "www.festoolusa.com" logo. I doubt that FTUSA would ever ship any NAINA items, even to Mr. Christopherson.
Newbie!!! Ain'cha heard that half my stash got here long before the regular boat?
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Old 09-07-2008, 08:40 PM
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... Ain'cha heard that half my stash got here long before the regular boat?

That may be, but I thought we were guessing on this load.

And it's marked "www.festoolusa.com".
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Old 09-08-2008, 01:34 AM
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Well I for one am not that interested in the CMS. Looks like a big waste of time and pain in the rear. If all you have is a Saturn then maybe you wanna be switchin your tools around from a drill to a saw and back into your car but damn that does not seem right. I would like to see what's coming down the pipe for the MFT/3 and think there can be some value added there. I'm sure the new drills will be fine but hey, I've already bought 4 C12's and really like them so I'm not swithing anything to get a lithy battery. What I really need now is a Walko 4 to go in my trailer. It's the next big thing I need. About every day I says to Annette... Hey if we had the Walko we could just...
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:20 AM
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So maybe someone needs to design a car around Systainers and the Walko. Picture a Smart car with built-in Systainer clips...
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:24 AM
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So maybe someone needs to design a car around Systainers and the Walko. Picture a Smart car with built-in Systainer clips...
And a PTO to really put some horsepower into your TS-75.

Hex drives on the wheels to power drive our screws.
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Old 09-08-2008, 09:59 PM
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Enough! Enough of the rubbing salt in our wounds!

Tell us already. You mean salt rubbing dude.

Eiji


(not really mad ) just a little annoyed with all this teasing.
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:33 AM
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hmmm,

Well, in the top box is the Planex LHS 225 packed in a Maxi Systainer, and the vac part of the Planex set is behind one of the other boxes you don't show open. In the systainer that your showing unboxed are stacks of boxed discs inside for the planex. In the long boxes is the new system from Festool to manage extended stock for the Kapex .........for your review.

Ok.......now fes up!

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In the long boxes is the new system from Festool to manage extended stock for the Kapex
Nope, I already have the Kapex extension thingys that are of course, NAINA. I got those last year when I got the Kapex.

So let's review. Colin was wrong, and if Poto and Michael could get together, they would have it all nailed.
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