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I am retiring April 1st and have alot of tools that I would like to sell.
36" aluminum pipe wrench.
24" rigid pipe wrench
18" rigid pipe wrench
RIgid Pipe cutter
A rigid pipe die, adjust from 1 1/4 to 3"..maybe 2 1/2".....not sure.
Tubing Benders (for soft copper)
3/4" od
5/8" od
1/2" od
3/8" od
1/4" od
ALso alot of fittings, nipples, including copper, drainage fittings, traps,faucets, ect, ect.
If interested, leave a note here or e mail me at [email protected]
These tools are in excellent condition (hey, I worked for the gov't, lol, hardly used, lol.)
PHILADELPHIA NAVAL SHIPYARD....1966---2005
1970-74 APPRENTICESHIP....X56 SHOP
1974---1979 P.W. X07/PIPE SHOP/AC&R SHOP
1979--2005 P.W. PLANNER/ESTIMATOR....BLDG. #1
 

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LOL, you guys think that everything is free when you work for Uncle Sam..........sorry, wrong. I had to buy all my tools, besides, the Navy Yard is closed and if they were Govt tools I would have been required to turn them in as all tools that you check out are issued on a tool plate.
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Mullet,
I was just having some fun. I am a gov't employee as well. I know that when something has to get done ASAP, the red tape will stop it.

More times than I can count, I have purchased equipment with my own funds to get a job done NOW, only to have the purchasing agent laugh at me when I ask for reimbursement.
 

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Speaking of Pipefitters......
Does anyone know the difference between a pipefitter and a plumber?

A pipefitter puts his ars where a plumber puts his face!!!
 
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