Manufactur standard Hot Dipped Galvanized Wedge Anchor for Los Angeles Factories
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1. Q: Could you send me your catalogue and price list?
A: As we have more than thousands of products, it is really too hard to send all of catalogue and price list for you. Please inform us the style you interested, we can offer the pricelist for your reference.
2. Q: How about the quality of your product?
A: 100% inspection during production. Our products are certified to ISO9001, TS16949 international quality standards.
3. Q: What material of the product can you supply?
A: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Brass, Copper or according to your requirement.
4. Q: What’s the delivery time?
A: For products in stock, we can ship it within 7 days after receiving your payment. For custom order, within 24 tons, production time is 20-35 days after confirmed every details.
5. Q: What’s your packing?
A: Our Normal packing is bulking in Cartons, 25kgs/carton, 36cartons/ pallet. We also can pack products according to your requirement.
6. Q: What about the warranty?
A: We are very confident in our products, and we pack them very well to make sure the goods in well protection.
To avoid any subsequent trouble regarding quality issue, we suggest you check the goods once you receive them. If there is any transport damaged or quality issue, don’t forget take the detail pictures and contact us as soon as possible, we will properly handle it to make sure your loss to reduce to the smallest.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has declined invitations extended by top civil and military officials to visit Pakistan, BBC Urdu reported on Wednesday. Quoting the president’s Deputy Spokesman Dawa Khan Minapal, BBC Urdu reported that Ghani, who met with Director General Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Naveed Mukhtar and National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq over the past week, had rejected their invitations, saying he would not visit Pakistan until Islamabad hands over the perpetrators of terror attacks in Afghanistan. “I will not go to Pakistan till the perpetrators behind the attacks in Mazar-i-Sharif, the American University [in Kabul] and the Kandahar attacks are handed over to Afghan authorities and until Islamabad takes concrete action against Afghan Taliban militants on Pakistani soil,” Minapal quoted Ghani as saying. Afghan authorities claimed that the Afghan president, during his meeting with the ISI chief, presented documents relating to investigations into recent attacks in Afghanistan and urged Pakistan to hand over the perpetrators, BBC Urdu reported. Kabul has long complained about terrorists using sanctuaries on Pakistani soil for launching strikes in Afghanistan ? claims that Pakistan has strongly denied. In the past week, three delegations from Pakistan have visited Kabul to hold talks with Afghan leadership. Speaking to the media upon his return from Kabul, NA Speaker Ayaz Sadiq had said that Afghan leadership “promised” the Afghan president and the country’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah would visit Pakistan. After the NA speaker’s visit, a high-level Pakistan Army delegation headed by Chief of General Staff Lt Gen Bilal Akbar visited Afghanistan and offered free medical treatment to Afghans injured Mazar-i-Sharif attack. Most recently, speculation was rife about the DG ISI quietly meeting with Ghani in Afghanistan. There has been no response from the Foreign Office or military leadership at home regarding the Afghan president’s refusal to visit Pakistan, BBC Urdu reported.
When I made this video, I never imagined it would get over 20,000 views. I just made it as a spoof for a friend, after she questioned me on whether I actually had any tools for working on her Motorcycle. I was going to take a photo and e-mail it to her, but ended up making this video instead.
Over the years, this video has received a number of comments – both positive and negative. It runs about 90% positive and 10% (or less) negative. Generally, I just delete negative comments, since they are usually uninformed at best and typically do not really contribute anything meaningful to the video.
The negative comments always revolve around “your tools are too clean to actually be used”. While I don’t make my living wrenching, it has been a life long hobby and my tools do see quite a bit of use. By the same token, I spend quite a bit of time cleaning and organizing the tools after I use them. Most of the use is on the house, motorcycles, cars, etc. I no longer build motors or weld / fabricate as much as I once did, but some of the tools in this chest were from my original Craftsman socket set, which I used to build a number of motors with.
Wrenching is a hard job and I certainly respect people who make their livings from repairing cars, trucks, planes, etc. I realize in those situations, there is not always time to clean up as thoroughly as I can here at my home garage. Also, keep in mind, my tools look a bit cleaner on camera than they actually are in person (you just can’t see some of the rust & pitting on the older tools in the video).
The tools in this chest range from Snap-on to Gear Wrench and quite a bit in between. There is some older Craftsman tools from the 1970′s and 80′s, to brand new tools from Neiko tools and Husky.
The tool chest itself was purchased a few years back from Costco. It was on sale for $749.99 as I recall. It’s manufactured by a Chinese company called CSPS Metal Co, LTD. Their website can be found by searching “CSPS tools” on google or by going to http://www.cspsmetal.com/
The width of the chest is 41″ and it’s made from 304 SS. It was originally listed for $799.99 under Costco item # 161809. The CSPS description was 41″ 17D Tool Chest and the model # is CPTCFWS0A4117.
The quality of the chest is very good for the money. The drawers roll out very smooth and feel heavy and well made. I did spend about $100 to change some of the zinc nuts and bolts to stainless allen heads, but otherwise the chest is pretty much stock.
Anyway, enjoy the video. If you have any questions on anything, please feel free to post them in the comment section below. Thanks for watching.