I got this in my email today.
Why should you own a Snap-on Franchise?
We can give you lots of reasons.
You may know that Snap-on as the #1 professional tool brand in the world. What you may not know is that Snap-on is also a great business opportunity.
A Snap-on franchise is a mobile tool store you own, selling the #1 tool brand in the world directly to professionals on your protected list of calls. It’s a proven business model we’ve honed for more than 90 years and we are always looking for people as good as our tools.
Here are just a few of the benefits of owning a Snap-on Franchise:
More than 4,200 franchises worldwide
Most in-demand product in the category
Financing available through Snap-on Credit
Protected list of calls
No real estate investment
Exceptional training and support
Proven franchise model
If you are interested or curious, check out Snap-on’s franchise website. http://www1.snapon.com/franchise
After almost two years of service, I lost my Streamlight Stinger LED flashlight one January night. I looked high and low for it but it was gone. Finally our cold and very snowy Winter has given up it’s hold on Wisconsin and has let Spring finally come. This April morning at the edge of a snow pile I found my Stinger flashlight.
Streamlight Stinger LED
It was a little wet and dirty, laying in a small mud puddle. There were a handful of new deep cuts and scratches in it also. Apparently it was caught by the snowplow and dumped into the pile of snow I found it by. I picked it up and pushed the button…. CLICK ….. and it lit up. The rechargeable battery was still charged after sitting almost all winter in a pile of snow. How amazing is that? I just couldn’t believe it. It has now been cleaned up and put back to work as my daily use flashlight. Nothing I have seen can beat the white, bright light that it produces in such a portable package. The rechargeable battery has a great life between charges as well. You can read more customer reviews here.
- Streamlight Stinger LED
Update: This flash light is still going strong. I use this flash light hundreds of times every week. I went through a lot of different types and sizes of flashlights to find just the right one. This is it. This is the best flashlight out there. Dependable, intensely bright, long lasting rechargeable battery, and not to small and not to big. Great size to be on me at all times when I am at work. You can buy this model Streamlight flashlight here on Amazon for a great price.
I have been told many times about Stabilant 22A and how good it is. So I bought a bottle and have been using it ever since. The last time I used it I thought to myself, what is this stuff, how does it work, and thought that maybe it was just some expensive snake oil. Well I haven’t done any tests on it myself but I did browse the net a bit. I found out that 22A was a diluted form of straight 22. Here is what I found on the companies 1980′s looking website. I almost think this site was one of the first 100 ever built. If only I knew.
From their site:
Stabilant 22 is an initially non-conductive block polymer that when used in a thin film within contacts switches to a conductive state under the effect of the electrical field. The field gradient at which this occurs is set such that the material will remain non-conductive between adjacent contacts in a multiple pin connector environment.
Thus, when applied to electromechanical contacts, Stabilant 22 provides the connection reliability of a soldered joint without bonding the contacting surfaces together!
Contacts are generally the weakest link in any piece of electrical-electronic equipment whether it be an electronic ignition module, an automotive computer, power door locks, or even headlights. The use of Stabilant 22 or its isopropanol-diluted form Stabilant 22A, will make contacts from 10 to 100 times more reliable, eliminating costly callbacks and ensuring customer satisfaction.
more can be read here http://www.stabilant.com/appnt20h.htm
I think GM’s new dielectric grease pn 12377900 has some similiar form of Stabilant 22 in it to help with fuel injector and other terminal fretting issues.
I did actually find some hard test numbers on Stabilant 22 in a Railroad Model Craftsmen magazine which can be read here http://www.stabilant.com/revrw10.htm
This article did see some great electrical connection improvements with numbers to prove it. I bought my Stabilant 22A at NAPA. Hope this helps someone out. You can purchase and find more customer reviews here.