Strut Tamer II Extreme with Stand
- Forged locking jaws include larger pads and are offset to clamp onto and compress springs even tighter than before.
- Extra thick 5/8" compression arms for superior strength, stability and safety.
- Locking trunions for optimal stability during spring compression.
- Arm-locking rings eliminate the need for tools to adjust.
This year, Tax Day falls on April 17th.
That’s the deadline for filing your 2017 federal tax return, the last day to make a contribution to an individual retirement account for it to count against 2017 income, the deadline to file a tax extension, and the day when quarterly estimated tax payments are due for those who make them.
So why is Tax Day on April 17 this year? Basically, it’s due to a combination of the 15th falling on a Sunday and a holiday unique to Washington, D.C., hitting on Monday the 16th.
The nation’s capital celebrates Emancipation Day to mark the date that President Abraham Lincoln freed slaves there in 1862. While it’s a local holiday, it affects when taxes are due.
Never to worry, next year the tax deadline will be back to April 15th!
Open Leg Workbench with Stainless Steel Top
18-Gallon Economy Portable Poly Oil Drain
25 Gallon Heated Aqueous Parts Cleaner
Simple and ready to use. Just fill it up and plug it in. Unit is heated, which enhances solution cleaning effectiveness and minimizes liquid waste. The filter system keeps station clean, which prolongs its life. Made from heavy-duty industrial-grade high polyethylene plastic for long and trouble-free operation. It also comes with free oil eater cleaner degreaser.
April 10th, 2018.
There is only one proper way to enjoy this day … get out on the golf course!
Some avid golfers might suggest any and every day is Golfer’s Day. But on this day, it’s official. The only question is, does this day honor the golfer, the sport or the weather? Well, it’s a little of each. Golfer’s Day is an opportunity to be thankful that someone invented this addicting, yet relaxing hobby.
When Golfer’s Day falls on a week day, it is even more special. That means you now have an excuse to take a day off of work and go play a round … or two. Regardless of your score today, you know that even a bad day on the greens, is better than a good day at work.
Deluxe Wall-Mount Electric Powered 2 gpm, 1,000 psi Cold Water Pressure Washer
Wrangler 1503 15" Compact Automatic Floor Scrubber
Ergonomic design, simple operation and a compact body make the Wrangler 1503 the best value in micro scrubbers. Designed for applications less than 10,000 sq. ft., this Wrangler is perfect for tiled or VCT Customer Areas, Bathrooms and Showrooms.
Oil King Used-Oil Receiver
Coolant King Used Coolant Receiver
BCE-520 Clayton Ultra Brake Washer
Equalizer Two Super Size Vacuum Cups
St Patrick’s day is celebrated on March 17, the date of his death. The day is celebrated by millions all over the world and has become one of the most popular cultural events worldwide.
So who was St Patrick? As he was the Patron Saint of Ireland his feast day was important in Ireland’s religious calendar. Popular belief is that he introduced Christianity to Ireland, banished snakes from our island, and used the 3 leaf Shamrock to teach the Holy Trinity. However, these are actually untrue and can be simply classed as Irish folklore.
A day of parades & festivals
Thanks to our cousins in the United States the first St Patrick’s Day parade occurred in New York City during 1766 and today parades are held all over the world inviting millions of people to celebrate being Irish for a day.
Did you know that it wasn’t until 1995 when the Irish government decided to start holding a parade in Dublin, to help boost tourism? It’s now known in Ireland as St Patrick’s festival which takes place over 5 days with events including art shows, plays, concerts, fun fairs and the main parade.
5 Piece Separator Set
March 14th is National Potato Chip Day! Who needs an excuse to eat potato chips?
However, do you know the history of the potato chip?
During the summer of 1853, at a resort in Saratoga Springs, New York, a dinner guest found chef Crum’s French fries too thick for his liking and rejected the order. Crum cut and fried a thinner batch, but these, too, met with disapproval. Exasperated, Crum decided to rile the guest by producing French fries too thin and crisp to skewer with a fork.
The plan backfired. The guest was ecstatic over the browned, paper-thin potatoes, and other diners requested Crum’s potato chips, which began to appear on the menu as Saratoga Chips, a house specialty.