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Have You Ever Heard of Demolition & Wrecking Tools? You better Get Informed

 
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Have You Ever Heard of Demolition & Wrecking Tools? You better Get Informed
I have been in the trades for many years. I am familiar with these types of tools, I am doing some remodeling of my 1870’s home. It has all this rough cut hickory and it’s a pain. So I decided to see what’s available. To my surprise there is a huge offering of these tools. Don’t look for them on your local Home Depot or Lowe’s shelves. Go on line for these stores. Do a search and see all the stuff they have in stock but do not put on the shelve. You have to order it then pick it up..
Now here is the creepy part. I wanted friskars demolition hammer because of it’s size. I Order it online. It says in stock. Then status changed to back ordered. Then it was canceled. Irritated I call customer service. This lady has no clue. Told her I never knew they offered these tools. She says well these are rather new for stores like Lowe’s and Home Depot. She says they are flying off the shelves. They cannot keep them in stock. Who are buying all these tools and why?
Regardless check them out they are awesome. Get them before they are gone. Look up Friskars ISOCore ; Stanley Fubar demolition and wrecking tools for quick reference. Have both they are worth the the money

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Seems a bit heavy handed for s house that old.


I sneak wood out with a sawzall and oscillating tool with bimetal blade.

Those tools certainly look effective.

Good post. Appreciate the info.

Last Edited by Swamprat on 07/22/2021 12:42 AM
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Seems a bit heavy handed for s house that old.


I sneak wood out with a sawzall and oscillating tool with bimetal blade.

Those tools certainly look effective.

Good post. Appreciate the info.
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Thank you, The house caught on fire 5 years ago. Roof replacement was done per code. Forgot about first floor ceiling joists. 2x6x19. The 2nd story is. A trampoline. I have to remove 3/4 drywall, 3/4 “ sheet rock and then 1” rough cut hickory to get access. Why I got it for a steal. Correct joists are 2x18x19, Cheers
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Hmm. Driving while possesion of burglary tools?
You better have commercial plates with that
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Hmm. Driving while possesion of burglary tools?
You better have commercial plates with that
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No they are available for anyone. I just don’t know why I have never heard of them before being available from these stores. Just like the worthington Cylinder butane weed flame torch. I bought. Lowe’s had them in stock so I bought one. 2 weeks later sold out

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Large bolt cutter , sledge hammer, crowbar , welding torch , duct tape , plus 100 ft of rope

Sounds like fun
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Seems a bit heavy handed for s house that old.


I sneak wood out with a sawzall and oscillating tool with bimetal blade.

Those tools certainly look effective.

Good post. Appreciate the info.
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Thank you, The house caught on fire 5 years ago. Roof replacement was done per code. Forgot about first floor ceiling joists. 2x6x19. The 2nd story is. A trampoline. I have to remove 3/4 drywall, 3/4 “ sheet rock and then 1” rough cut hickory to get access. Why I got it for a steal. Correct joists are 2x18x19, Cheers
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I have an old house, also.

Completely made of cedar with some of the hardest stucco imaginable on the outside.

I bought a trailer load of wood from a similar structure from the same era that got torn down.
The trailer load had the following lumber which I have picked through for some of the repairs:
One-full-inch cedar boards, some 2x4's of various sizes(some are full 2x4 with no foolin') some beams of various sizes and tongue and groove flooring without a single knot or bent grain.


My house is tiny and the wood far softer, but I understand a bit. Maybe slightly more than the proud owner of a strand-board OSB McMansion.


My hat's off to you.

Last Edited by Swamprat on 07/22/2021 01:23 AM
We aren't cut out to be socialists.We are the people who couldn't be constrained by Europe. We are the malcontents, idealists, speculators, dreamers, inventors, debtors and criminals who would not be chained. We don't play well with others, we are brash, outlandish and cunning. let us do what we do best; let us be Americans.
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Seems a bit heavy handed for s house that old.


I sneak wood out with a sawzall and oscillating tool with bimetal blade.

Those tools certainly look effective.

Good post. Appreciate the info.
 Quoting: Swamprat


Thank you, The house caught on fire 5 years ago. Roof replacement was done per code. Forgot about first floor ceiling joists. 2x6x19. The 2nd story is. A trampoline. I have to remove 3/4 drywall, 3/4 “ sheet rock and then 1” rough cut hickory to get access. Why I got it for a steal. Correct joists are 2x18x19, Cheers
 Quoting: beyondmatrix


I have an old house, also.

Completely made of cedar with some of the hardest stucco imaginable on the outside.

I bought a trailer load of wood from a similar structure from the same era that got torn down.

One-full-inch cedar boards, some 2x4's of various sizes(some are full 2x4 with no foolin') some beams of various sizes and tongue and groove flooring without a single knot or bent grain.


My house is tiny and the wood far softer, but I understand a bit. Maybe slightly more than the proud owner of a strand-board OSB McMansion.


My hat's off to you.
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I had Leukemia and non related bone marrow transplant in 2012. Gave me 5 yrs to live. My Ex of 27 yrs at the time. Traded me in for a younger healthier version. To her surprise I didn’t die. Divorced the trash woman. I Figure I have one more fixer up in me before I am going to retire. 1st one bitch got This one is all mine

Seems a bit heavy handed for s house that old.


I sneak wood out with a sawzall and oscillating tool with bimetal blade.

Those tools certainly look effective.

Good post. Appreciate the info.
 Quoting: Swamprat


Thank you, The house caught on fire 5 years ago. Roof replacement was done per code. Forgot about first floor ceiling joists. 2x6x19. The 2nd story is. A trampoline. I have to remove 3/4 drywall, 3/4 “ sheet rock and then 1” rough cut hickory to get access. Why I got it for a steal. Correct joists are 2x18x19, Cheers
 Quoting: beyondmatrix


I have an old house, also.

Completely made of cedar with some of the hardest stucco imaginable on the outside.

I bought a trailer load of wood from a similar structure from the same era that got torn down.

One-full-inch cedar boards, some 2x4's of various sizes(some are full 2x4 with no foolin') some beams of various sizes and tongue and groove flooring without a single knot or bent grain.


My house is tiny and the wood far softer, but I understand a bit. Maybe slightly more than the proud owner of a strand-board OSB McMansion.


My hat's off to you.
 Quoting: Swamprat


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If I had two hats...
We aren't cut out to be socialists.We are the people who couldn't be constrained by Europe. We are the malcontents, idealists, speculators, dreamers, inventors, debtors and criminals who would not be chained. We don't play well with others, we are brash, outlandish and cunning. let us do what we do best; let us be Americans.
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If I had two hats...
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Empathy, my hat off to you. Rare occurrence anymore.
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Has anyone looked at the Friscer demolition tool and hammer.

These are war hammers. Seriusly you cant find these things. Who are buying them. I think it is one of many elaborate sceme going on bwfore our eyes. My instinct is these are falling oe directed to the foot soldiers of people pulling the strings. Its starts tomorrow with federal mandate.

[link to www.farmandfleet.com (secure)]
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Has anyone looked at the Friscer demolition tool and hammer.

These are war hammers. Seriusly you cant find these things. Who are buying them. I think it is one of many elaborate sceme going on bwfore our eyes. My instinct is these are falling oe directed to the foot soldiers of people pulling the strings. Its starts tomorrow with federal mandate.

[link to www.farmandfleet.com (secure)]
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Wow, that's a great defensive tool to have around. Like a Viking hatchet!!
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