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Wasted

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About Wasted

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    DHO Member
  • Birthday 05/04/1976

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  • Real first name
    Mitch
  • Location
    B.C. Canada
  • Steam
    WastedOne
  • Wargaming ID
    Wasted1

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  1. Anyone got a liberte? Curious to see of you guys think it's worth the buy. On the flip side, it took a bit for Me to get accustomed to the t26e5 but I love it. I also loved the t32
  2. Berg, you forgot berg! If I recall, he was the one moving all the chess pieces :)
  3. awesome! thanks fellas for the great help!
  4. Basically just trying to find the most commonly observed "enjoyable" line, of the 3 available
  5. I just unlocked the t3485 towards the MEd line to obj 140. Should I stop there and push the 54 lwt line? Seems alot of people like that tank
  6. I'm working this line as well. Just got to tier 6 medium. I'll hop in with ya berg also
  7. Met zeven in game last night as a red. It didn't end well for the green team lol
  8. Don't know if you do, but I had great time playing with ya jugs! Cheers man Wasted
  9. I'd say good luck, but it's hard work that will see you to your goal! Keep it up! For me, I had to get cleared to return to boxing for a concussion and broken finger that healed a bit wrong. With some luck I'll be back in the ring this month. I need it! Christmas made me soft, literally, in the belly area lol Too much food and good times
  10. Here's a link I found. I usually check here for suggestions on equipment every time I unlock a new tank http://forum.wotlabs.net/index.php?/topic/13736-t49-american-tier-8-lt-discussion/
  11. Wasted

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    ^^^^ once seen, CANNOT be unseen!
  12. Wasted

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    Wow, so that's what heaven looks like
  13. When I work the drill hard, like all cordless tools, batteries will heat up and drain quicker. The 20v has been better than my numerous 18v kits I've had in the past. Last longer, better Chuck, more torque. One big difference was the 18's would slowly get weaker, while the 20 I have seems to stay strong and then die abruptly. (Which I like) There's a battery indicator on the back of each battery. 2 years later this old girl still holds a charge like a champ on unused battery in storage. The reciprocating saw is also great. Use it primarily for cutting large copper conductors, aluminum cable tray etc while out in the field. I was a makita guy for years but I've had really good luck with DeWalt. Some buddies don't like them but it's preference. I'd say go for it.
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