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    Fleeing Idaho to get IKEA Bailey Guns's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman View Post
    Most counters are just low enough for me they require a slight forward bend to do food prep, wash dishes, etc. It's just enough to kill my back.
    I feel your pain. OTOH, I never have to do dishes cuz my wife feels sorry for me. So there's that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman View Post
    Me too. Most counters are just low enough for me they require a slight forward bend to do food prep, wash dishes, etc. It's just enough to kill my back. With a work surface like that, I could comfortably stand straight up for my outdoor projects.
    For me I wanted a new TV stand, or at least a temporary one in the basement with a option to turn it into a work area for my 3d printers or reloading bench. I had looked at getting a larger work bench top from Grizzly tools, but the cost of shipping was added enough cost to make this work bench a much better deal. With the height adjustment I have the ability to adjust it to the perfect height for any task I want.

    I recommended this work bench to a friend of mine in Texas, she will be using it as counter in the kitchen. A bit of red neck in style, and there was talk about using Harbor freight tool boxes under the table for storage.
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    I've seen exactly that kind of kitchen setup, and it's great. You can wheel the tool boxes out of floor cleaning, or even to be closer to what you need at the time.
    Minimize, minimize, minimize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedave1164 View Post
    There is $750 and $1000, those both went into the deal, you have taxes every month on the lease, so we did $4K instead of the $3K to keep it close to the $239 advertised

    12000 per year mileage

    We got GAP and they ?threw in? excessive wear coverage. We all know they don?t give anything away.

    I got my TRD Wheels and the tires off of CL and got a set of Smittybilt Step/Nerf bars from Amazon.

    Took it off road and even though it does not have a locker, it was far more capable than the 4X4?s I have had in the past, I only had to turn around cuz I did not have any skid plates, I could have made it but did not want to risk a hole in the oil pan or gas tank.
    Thanks!

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    TOYODA TACO-MA
    The special lease SR was out of stock, so I had to bump SR5. Problem was SR5 was only available in black. So , I had to upgrade it to TRD Sport.
    At a same cap reduction etc, the payment was 258+tax (from 239+tax).
    Toyota STILL does not include Gap insurance on their lease. SO, I had to buy $8/mo gap insurance.

    When you lease a toyota, remember to add ~$8/mo extra relative to any other lease.

    Sad news is that M3 is now gone. I originally got a $1000 less than what I was EXPECTING (not what I wanted for a car), but bumped about $500.
    They will send me a check for the vehicle trade. From the car trade, $3000 was used for total tacoma down (cap reduction, etcetc).

    My first ever personal truck.



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    Loch Lommand is calling your name.
    Minimize, minimize, minimize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irving View Post
    Loch Lommand is calling your name.
    Now I don't need to call friends with truck/suv to go shooting or buy a furniture, etc. My vehicles would have not even make it to Boulder Rifle Club gravel/unpaved areas.
    Ground clearance on those performance car is 1/4-1/5 of what Taco has.

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    ;-) nice
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    Nice

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