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tools and manuals

I have a full set of manuals and the magic tensioning tool (with the wrench), and the flywheel lock tool.

I was debating (in my mind) whether I should sell them, or make them available to 944 owners in the Ft. Worth/Dallas area for a nominal fee ($20/weekend or something).

Anybody have any opinions?
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What would you want?

What would you want out of the set?
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I would probably just sell them. I think loaning them is a great idea and if I lived near you I would be extremley gratefull but it could be a hassel for you.
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Loaning out the tensioning tool might not be a good idea seeing that humans suck. Your client could drop it and not say nothing to you and then deny it when you call them or ****,... they call you, "Yo, your guage is busted, I want my money back." You get me? The other tools, sure, the tensioning tool,... nah. I will be selling mine three tools soon to so hurry up and sell yours so I dont have to beat your price poophead
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