In addition to John's suggestion, if you have a Harbor Freight store nearby
they will honor the lowest catalog price.
You can check their web site too: http://www.harborfreight.com/
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of John Napoli
> Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 1999 3:33 PM
> To: Erik Quackenbush
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> Subject: Re: got a Harbor Freight catalog? please help!
> Chill! Call the Harbor Freight 'Customer Service' number (or whatever it
> is that they call it). The number is listed in the fine print on the 'how
> to order' page of every HF catalog.
> Call that number with the part numbers of everything you are interested
> in. They will give you the suffix for those part numbers that corresponds
> to the lowest price HF has ever offered for that item (maybe only a year
> back, actually). Use these suffixes when you order (you must order on the
> separate phone number).
> This is the way to deal with the fact that every HF catalog has some
> prices that go up, and others that go down. You don't have to cross-index
> every catalog, and you needn't panic if you lose the catalog with the
> lowest price for whatever you wanted.