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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Bringing car parts/tools to work in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; When I purchased my ARP exhaust header studs a year ago, I was so amazed at the quality...I took it ...
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    Bringing car parts/tools to work

    When I purchased my ARP exhaust header studs a year ago, I was so amazed at the quality...I took it to work and gazed at the craftsmanship while eating lunch at my desk. A few weeks later, I purchase a new CDI torque wrench...I bring that to work and pull that out and eyeball it off and on during the day. Of course I bring all my stuff home at the end of the day but...my new fuel pressure regulator arrived (FPR) yesterday. Until it's installed...it's on my desk. I also have a collection of Earl's fittings in my desk drawer. I feel like I'm bringing my toys to work...just like my son takes his toys to school.

    Am I the only one who does this?

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    I would say yes, you have to be the only one that does that. Lol

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    Re: Bringing car parts/tools to work

    I have my pulley, RST twin disc, ram flywheel, ls7 slave at work........ But I'm going to install them at work

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    Re: Bringing car parts/tools to work

    I've brought plenty of car parts to and from work. Who doesn't like looking at cool stuff all day?

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    Re: Bringing car parts/tools to work

    Most of my parts get delivered to my store, so yea I do it! I pull them out and let them sit on the counter.

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    During lunch I ran to Home Depot and Lowe's and started to assemble this in my cube. Nobody questions little stuff like this on my desk since I work in engineering. Some of you know exactly what I'm building.


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    Re: Bringing car parts/tools to work

    industrial looking duo-jet shower head, with optional 3rd jet!!! youll sell millions!! ps: swivel action.....

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    Re: Bringing car parts/tools to work

    I did this when I first got my set of snap on wrenches!

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