Various Tools (Milford)

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I have some spare hand tools that I no longer need. I have duplicates of all these tools, and these just live in my toolbox, sad and depressed because they never get used. Everything works well, no issues, and some (aside from basic wear and tear) are essentially brand new.

$5 - Craftsman 1/4" Shaft Router Bits: See pictures for profile details. I used the straight cut bit one time for a total of three feet, the dovetail bits have never been used. Spiffy wood box. Made in USA Craftsman, not the new generation stuff.

$5 - Irwin 9" Linesman Pliers: Spring loaded handles, great cutters (only cut copper with them), very solid pair of pliers. I was gifted a new set for Christmas so these are just spare now.

$5 - Stanley Fatmax Folding Utility Knife: Holds multiple blades in the folding portion, so changing blades is as easy as pulling the thumb latch back so a new blade can auto-insert, then pushing the thumb latch forward.

$1 each - Wire Strippers (Smart Electrician / Masterforce): Both purchased from Menards. Both have spring loaded handles, both have only been used a handful of times and have a ton of life left in them.

$2 - Johnson 24" Level: plastic but sturdy and reasonably accurate, used as a straight edge more than anything. Never dropped or abused.

$1 each - 6" Grinder Wire Wheels: 1/2" arbor. The brass wheel was used once on a bench grinder to clean a few spark plugs. The coarse steel wheel has never been used. Good quality wheels, not bargain bin stuff.

Please feel free to reply by email if you're interested or have any questions.

You can pick up from my house or we can meet somewhere locally if you'd prefer. No shipping. Cash, Cash App, or Zelle works for me.

Thanks for looking, hope to hear from you soon!

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