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STEVE GREGG-BIBLE ANSWER MAN

Steve Gregg, bible teacher and radio host of The Narrow Path, was visiting the Phoenix area over the holiday weekend and stopped by to do his radio show from our store. If you have questions about anything Bible or Jesus, he's the guy to ask! His call-in radio show airs Monday thru Friday in the…

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DOMESTIC DRILL SET- 29 PIECE

 $99.25 FEATURES INCLUDE: Excellent general purpose drill with a conventional 118' point angle Designed for drilling in a wide range of materials, equipment and operating conditions For black oxide drills, typical applications include drilling production parts, maintenance jobs and portable drilling. Bright finish provides good chip ejection in low carbon or soft materials Also available…

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BACK IN THE NEWS

In the current issue of VoyagePhoenix online: Thanks for sharing your story with us Mark. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there. I have a degree in business with an emphasis in hotel and restaurant management. Who knew I would end up using that knowledge to run a fastener…

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Bolt Grades

Many times we are asked “What grade of bolt should I use ?” Unfortunately, that is a hard question to answer from our side of the counter. We are not architects nor engineers. However, we can shed light on the basic classifications …. In the American world (a.k.a. SAE) the main classifications are Grades 2,…

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Broken Bolts – How To

Every carpenter, mechanic, builder, and home improvement enthusiast has experienced the frustration of breaking a bolt. It only takes one turn too many of a wrench to cause that horrifying "snap." Without specialized tools, it can take hours or days to remove a broken bolt. Fortunately, all the tools needed to perform the extraction, along…

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Carbide Burrs – What you need to know!

New to the world of using Carbide Burrs? Here are a couple of basic guidelines: General Use  Adjust speeds as needed for optimum performance. Use slower speeds for harder materials. Use higher speeds for cutting with smaller diameter burrs. Do not run above maximum speeds. This can cause premature wear and damage to burr teeth.…

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