Estate Tool Sale

Donna Taylor is selling David’s tools. These tools were very well maintained, high quality tools.

West Wall:

  1. Miscellaneous lumber
  2. Plastic sawhorses
  3. Wooden stepladder
  4. Steel snow shovel
  5. Potato fork
  6. Broom handles
  7. Grate for round grill
  8. Wood scraps
  9. Assorted brass-finish carriage lights for garage and entryway
  10. Sandblaster with sand

West Wall Shelf #1:

  1. Auto Spa polisher
  2. Craftsman polisher
  3. Windshield wipers
  4. Car care products
  5. MVP polisher
  6. Ryobi drill (5/8 hammer drill)
  7. Jumper cables
  8. Car cleaning supplies
  9. Miscellaneous hardware
  10. Hydrolic jack
  11. Pop riveter
  12. Grease gun
  13. Craftsman laser level
  14. Craftsman saber saw
  15. ¼ inch electric drill
  16. Craftsman 7-inch circular saw
  17. Miscellaneous hand tools
  18. Welding helmet
  19. Transfer pump
  20. Set of wheel pullers
  21. Trailer hitches and balls
  22. Bike rack for car
  23. Car jack
  24. Miscellaneous electrical supplies
  25. Miscellaneous plumbing supplies
  26. Brass door knobs
  27. Car maintenance items
  28. Plastic tubing
  29. Jars of fasteners/screws
  30. Oil change tub
  31. Box of casters/coasters
  32. Spray paint
  33. Empty tool box (metal)
  34. Pneumatic air hose, etc.
  35. Drill Doctor
  36. Digital caliper
  37. Tap and Die Set
  38. Power shot stapler
  39. Propane torch kit
  40. Weller soldering kit
  41. Ryobi router and router table (sitting on floor in front of west shelf #1)

West Wall Shelf #2:

  1. Box of drill bit sets
  2. Box of rope and a hammock
  3. Box of electrical cords
  4. Empty tool box (metal)
  5. Lubricants
  6. Concrete crack filler
  7. Fiberglass boat repair supplies
  8. Carpet machine concentrate
  9. Gallon jug of muriatic acid
  10. Poulan bar and chain oil
  11. Gallon jugs of windshield wiper fluid (4)
  12. Craftsman electric chain saw and oil
  13. Sewer snake
  14. Steel wool
  15. Tub of hardware
  16. Tub of hardware
  17. Tub of hardware
  18. Heavy duty stapler
  19. Drapery hardware
  20. Black plastic sheeting
  21. Everstart smart battery charger and maintainer
  22. Schauer solid state battery charger
  23. Box of nails and brads
  24. Box of wrenches
  25. Pair of handscrew clamps
  26. Pair of small handscrew clamps
  27. “Come-Along” puller
  28. Small clamps
  29. Craftsman set of battery-operated power tools
  30. Trowels
  31. Air bubble
  32. Ryobi angle grinder
  33. Parts organizer (15”H x 10”W) with drawers and contents
  34. Empty large plastic tool box
  35. Belt sander stand
  36. Shop Mate work bench

West Wall Table:

  1. Ceiling fan
  2. Husky air compressor
  3. Bicycle pump
  4. Dental articulator
  5. Box of miscellaneous hardware
  6. Computer speakers
  7. CB radios (2)
  8. Caulking guns
  9. Knee pads and flashlights
  10. Radio
  11. Desk Lamp
  12. Windshield wipers
  13. Window screen repair kit
  14. Axe
  15. Hatchet
  16. Levels
  17. Bar clamps
  18. Work lamp
  19. Copper wire
  20. Extension cord
  21. Clamp-on lamp
  22. Heavy Duty 12-gauge extension cord
  23. Heavy Duty 12-gauge extension cord
  24. Chain
  25. Ratchet straps (many)
  26. Sanders and sandpaper
  27. Space heater (electric)
  28. Propane heater
  29. Coleman Powermate generator
  30. Water jugs (three 7-gallon)
  31. Cement and grout
  32. TV cable and supplies
  33. Miscellaneous hand tools
  34. Socket sets
  35. Hand saws, framing square and miter box
  36. Jack stands and wheel chocks
  37. Propane bottles (2)

North Wall:

  1. Black and Decker hedge clipper
  2. Ryobi gas mulching blower/vacuum
  3. Ryobi gas-powered weedwhacker with edger attachment
  4. Tote of tarps

East Wall:

  1. Wire shopping cart
  2. Fluorescent shop light
  3. Golf bag cart
  4. Dremel multi-tool
  5. Dremel rotary tool
  6. Tool Shop “Sawsall”
  7. Tile spade
  8. Pick axe
  9. Scrap metal
  10. Gas-powered Ryobi blower vacuum
  11. Sheet wood pieces and drywall
  12. Large blue tote (no lid)
  13. Dirt Devil Carpet Cleaner machine

Basement Workshop:

  1. Tradesman 13” 12-speed floor drill press
  2. Craftsman 10” tilt-head band saw
  3. US General 60” wood workbench
  4. Sears two-cylinder compressor
  5. Wall pegboard (4’X8’) with hooks/hardware

John Deere Model 826D Snow Blower (this is in good shape, but the carburetor will need some work as it has not been used for more than 5 years).

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