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  • #671098
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    got a makita 23 gauge pinner today now i have to get some batteries

    #671099
    Sprokitz
    Pro
    Eastern shore of, Pa

    bought a new ridged flashlight tonight nice little light

    I’ve been looking at that one,, it looks nice

    cant beat it for the price less than $20

    Nice light, great price. I have an old NiCad Dewalt light in that same style/shape that I always liked. Very comfortable to hold

    #671102
    Clev08
    Pro

    Got this adapter to use with my 1/2 M18 Fuel Mid torque impact wrench. It will allow me to use normal 1/4 inch hex shank bits for the T-40 spax lags

    #671133

    bought a new ridged flashlight tonight nice little light

    I’ve been looking at that one,, it looks nice

    cant beat it for the price less than $20

    Nice light, great price. I have an old NiCad Dewalt light in that same style/shape that I always liked. Very comfortable to hold

    Definitely a nice light, I had the older Bosch ni-cad ones, like you said, comfortable to hold, and they had the swivel heads also.

    Congratulations Bob good deal for the price.

    #671139
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    bought a new ridged flashlight tonight nice little light

    I’ve been looking at that one,, it looks nice

    cant beat it for the price less than $20

    Good looking light. But that’s not what I sent you to HD to get. lmao

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #671148
    jponto07
    Moderator
    Bloomington, IN

    Got this adapter to use with my 1/2 M18 Fuel Mid torque impact wrench. It will allow me to use normal 1/4 inch hex shank bits for the T-40 spax lags

    I searched forever to find one of those dang things last year! The only one I could find was a DeWalt, so of course, I had to buy it.

    Since then, I have to admit that I’ve rarely used the Makita impact wrench…just don’t really NEED it. My impact driver can handle anything I’ve thrown at it. It is nice to have the wrench as an option though for extended use situations like the big bolts you mentioned.

    Jon P.
    Timber Carpentry & Construction
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    #671153
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    Got this adapter to use with my 1/2 M18 Fuel Mid torque impact wrench. It will allow me to use normal 1/4 inch hex shank bits for the T-40 spax lags

    I searched forever to find one of those dang things last year! The only one I could find was a DeWalt, so of course, I had to buy it.

    Since then, I have to admit that I’ve rarely used the Makita impact wrench…just don’t really NEED it. My impact driver can handle anything I’ve thrown at it. It is nice to have the wrench as an option though for extended use situations like the big bolts you mentioned.

    I have both the Makita and Bosch Impact Wrenches. I love them. I use them a lot when doing our basketball hoop installs(the big hanging structures) they also come in real handy changing tires

    #671159
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Got this adapter to use with my 1/2 M18 Fuel Mid torque impact wrench. It will allow me to use normal 1/4 inch hex shank bits for the T-40 spax lags

    I searched forever to find one of those dang things last year! The only one I could find was a DeWalt, so of course, I had to buy it.

    Since then, I have to admit that I’ve rarely used the Makita impact wrench…just don’t really NEED it. My impact driver can handle anything I’ve thrown at it. It is nice to have the wrench as an option though for extended use situations like the big bolts you mentioned.

    Thats why the mid torque sizes are nice not much bigger than a regular impact but enough power for everything that needs to be done on the sites. The bigger impact wrench is good for mechanics or commercial steel guys.

    #671172
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    Got this adapter to use with my 1/2 M18 Fuel Mid torque impact wrench. It will allow me to use normal 1/4 inch hex shank bits for the T-40 spax lags

    I searched forever to find one of those dang things last year! The only one I could find was a DeWalt, so of course, I had to buy it.

    Since then, I have to admit that I’ve rarely used the Makita impact wrench…just don’t really NEED it. My impact driver can handle anything I’ve thrown at it. It is nice to have the wrench as an option though for extended use situations like the big bolts you mentioned.

    Thats why the mid torque sizes are nice not much bigger than a regular impact but enough power for everything that needs to be done on the sites. The bigger impact wrench is good for mechanics or commercial steel guys.

    Thanks for those comments. I have been looking at impacts; that makes choosing the right one much easier.

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    #671216
    xtsallad
    Pro
    Dallas, TX

    Wiha has a good sale right now.
    New goodies and an image to compare 250mm cobras to the 250mm Wiha auto grips. The pliers wrench is a large for my taste and really heavy but for 44.99 for the pair I’m not complaining. I favor a 180mm for this shape of plier and rarely need larger with what I do. It’s a different adjust than the Knipex pliers wrench. You open the jaw all the way and can move it all the way open freely. The jaw can slide into position without the handles spread apart but is a two handed operation and I’m not fully convinced it’s easier than the push button on the knipex.

    j

    #671263
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    I got some collated screws for my ma55 auto feed 33 box 1000 each box 20 strips for 50 screws #6 1 1/4

    plusoneconstructionllc@gmail.com

    #671276
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    got a makita 23 gauge pinner today now i have to get some batteries

    I saw that yesterday in your stories – how’s the battery situation coming? Any way to get the stolen ones replaced, or are you just out them? I was sorry to hear they’d been taken :/

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    #671307
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    got a makita 23 gauge pinner today now i have to get some batteries

    I saw that yesterday in your stories – how’s the battery situation coming? Any way to get the stolen ones replaced, or are you just out them? I was sorry to hear they’d been taken :/

    I filed a police report and a claim with fedex so there is a chance that I might get something back so I have to wait and see.

    #671312
    Clev08
    Pro

    got a makita 23 gauge pinner today now i have to get some batteries

    I saw that yesterday in your stories – how’s the battery situation coming? Any way to get the stolen ones replaced, or are you just out them? I was sorry to hear they’d been taken :/

    I filed a police report and a claim with fedex so there is a chance that I might get something back so I have to wait and see.

    That’s never a good situation, hope it all gets taken care of!

    #671353
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    I received my adze today that I bought on ebay. I very unhappy with quality of this item. It is suppose to be made by experience blacksmith. It has rust on the blade and the cutting edge is not even. The paint job is really bad and they also painted part of the handle. The handle is shorter then mentioned in the ad. It also has very rough handle and chunk a wood out of it. This item is suppose to be new. I am in the process of returning this item.

    I just heard from my Ebay seller about my adze. They admitted it was poor quality and it is there fault that it got shipped this way. There going send me a new one. Now I will have wait another 3 or 4 weeks to have new one shipped.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #671376

    I got some collated screws for my ma55 auto feed 33 box 1000 each box 20 strips for 50 screws #6 1 1/4

    Wow, that’s a lot of screwing coming up lol
    You must go threw plenty of them, especially with the amount of kitchen and bathroom renos you do. I see most of the time, you go right down to the studs, so you get your share of jips to do.
    Congratulations nice score

    #671444
    hojo04
    Pro
    Burton, Michigan

    Here is a few treasles I found today at Mom’s place.

    #671448
    hojo04
    Pro
    Burton, Michigan
    #671471
    rerun_1965
    Pro
    holladay, TN

    This too.

    I love dremel tools I have a sander here that I would not part with

    #671485
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    @boschmanbrian yes I go thru alot of collated screws. Since I used the sgh182 brushless drywall gun with ma55 autofeed I can do lot of sheetrock myself. Last time I order 15 box which Lasted about year in a. Half.. I got a very good deal on them also. 3.80$ a box of collated screws… they go around minimum 25$ so that’s why I buy so many

    plusoneconstructionllc@gmail.com

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