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RE: Space Plugs - Stretch - 14-05-2013

(14-05-2013, 06:52 AM)PREM Wrote: Cliff offer 5 and 10 read the same but are different prices.
also 4 ans 9, i am assuming pack sizes are different but it doesent read like that, just before you put it on the www.

They are different size Space Plugs Prem


RE: Space Plugs - Colour Republic - 14-05-2013

They are different sized plugs Prem. standard and XLCheers


RE: Space Plugs - Cliff1970 - 14-05-2013

(13-05-2013, 10:53 PM)big-all Wrote: heeelllooo cliff
why not have a trade starter pack with drill bit and instructions
then a top up packs in several sizes without drill bit

fantatic idea by the way you should be proud off how far you have got

other ideas you could maybe adapt or use them for
window and door frames
adjustable plinths with clips rather than screws
spacing panels off damp walls for electric meters or similar on uneven walls
adjustable temporary prop arm with adjustment for wall cabinets
adjusting the bottom off wall cabinets
try and think off any application where you need to space off a wall and use a mirror plate or keyhole slot
in other words an adaption that allows to to tighten onto the wall but leaves the head available for hidden fixing

Thanks Big All RockOn30h I think i wanna be a cider and woodwork buddha! It has taken a lot of energy - but it is bloomin interesting too. The fourth option will have some instructions and drill bits inside, no prob. I like to include this stuff - There is nothing worse than buying something expecting to make life simple and it makes ANOTHER shopping trip Doh


RE: Space Plugs - nsk - 14-05-2013

(13-05-2013, 02:12 PM)chip off the block Wrote: They look very useful to be fair. At first i thought theres a problem that dont need fixing but i have in the past screwed units back that way in stud work with a packer and it seem so much better.

1 think i would say is that yours isn't the only option out there for this but yours will hopefully be the easiest to get hold of.

(13-05-2013, 05:32 PM)chip off the block Wrote: Cliff the same can be done with adjustable facade screws. Also grk make an adjusting screw but i don't think you can get them here


I'm struggling to see how you can even make the comparison Chip.

The intended application for the items you mention are not even remotly similar (from my understanding) ?

Nor are the costs for that matter


RE: Space Plugs - PJK - 14-05-2013

Quality looks very good. And the bonus is they fit in a sortainer ROFL30h
resim


RE: Space Plugs - Colour Republic - 14-05-2013

Have you seen somebody about your addiction?


RE: Space Plugs - PJK - 14-05-2013

Yes, my Festool rep and he said it was normal LOL


RE: Space Plugs - Daniel - 14-05-2013

(14-05-2013, 05:41 PM)PJK Wrote: Yes, my Festool rep and he said it was normal LOL

ROFL30h


RE: Space Plugs - chip off the block - 14-05-2013

(14-05-2013, 01:57 PM)nsk Wrote:
(13-05-2013, 02:12 PM)chip off the block Wrote: They look very useful to be fair. At first i thought theres a problem that dont need fixing but i have in the past screwed units back that way in stud work with a packer and it seem so much better.

1 think i would say is that yours isn't the only option out there for this but yours will hopefully be the easiest to get hold of.

(13-05-2013, 05:32 PM)chip off the block Wrote: Cliff the same can be done with adjustable facade screws. Also grk make an adjusting screw but i don't think you can get them here


I'm struggling to see how you can even make the comparison Chip.

The intended application for the items you mention are not even remotly similar (from my understanding) ?

Nor are the costs for that matter
Well you are misunderstanding the adjusting screws are sold as cabinet adjusting screws for this exact thing. Facade screws work in the exact same way. Yes both are more expensive.