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  • #760016

    I don’t have lots of Ryobi tools , but the ones I have work great so far ,

    That’s what all the reviewers say. They go in expecting to rash the tool then end up saying it works great and is worth buying.

    True , I think I’ve only seen a few not so good reviews from there stuff , but most have been positive , one item I regret not getting was the devour cordless sweeper , and I see now it’s discontinued 🤷‍♂️

    #760020

    Bought a few different sand paper from HD
    Tried it with the Bosch plastic hole punch plate , looks like it’s going to be good , it was harder to do with the 3M sand paper , the 3M is much thicker ,

    #760022
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    Needed to shrink some bigger heat shrink tubingSo I picked this up at HD makes a difference

    That tool has gotten good reviews and for the price you can’t beat it.

    Yeah I saw that , I don’t have lots of Ryobi tools , but the ones I have work great so far , especially the 18 gauge Brad nailer 👍

    I think Ryobi tools are great also. The may not stand up being used every day some like other tools.

    We have a few Ryobi tools in our household and they seem to be holding up. Wifey use the glue gun almost every day.
    I am thinking about getting the 18 gauge brad nailer

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #760026
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    So I got a new box from Amazon.

    Look at the actual box, and the content sticking out of the corner. Can’t they do a better job packing?

    No that rod coming out is not longer than the box, just that the box has a hole in the corner so it sticks out LOL.

    Here is the actual item I ordered leaning on a file cabinet.

    Care to guess what it is for?

    #760028
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    So I got a new box from Amazon.

    Look at the actual box, and the content sticking out of the corner. Can’t they do a better job packing?

    No that rod coming out is not longer than the box, just that the box has a hole in the corner so it sticks out LOL.

    Here is the actual item I ordered leaning on a file cabinet.

    Care to guess what it is for?

    I have received some boxes like this. Sometimes the items is damaged.

    I have no idea what it is.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #760030
    redwood
    Pro

    A long screw driver extension.

    Mark E.

    Pioneer, CA

    Working Pro 1972 - 2015
    Member since Jan 22, 2013
    www.creative-redwood-designs.com

    #760031
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Needed to shrink some bigger heat shrink tubing , about 1-1/4 inch round and about 18 inches long each piece , didn’t have my torch , and was taking way too much time with those BBQ lighters or whatever you call them

    So I picked this up at HD makes a difference , although used up two 4 amp batteries and about 1 bar on another , I didn’t check the time , but I’m sure I was over 1/2 continuous runtime

    I’d like to get a cordless heat gun myself, but I don’t want another battery platform. I’m hoping Makita, Bosch, or even Ridgid come out with one reasonably priced.

    I so rarely need a heat gun and my old seldom used MasterCrap one has it’s plastic case all all crumbling apart and the handle has become all sticky somehow. The gun and it’s attachments have been always kept in the house since I bought it over 15 years ago. It’s hardly ever been used.

    On another related to Ryobi, I saw a super reg price Ryobi floor weep on clearance brand new at HD last week for $80. Would’ve bought it had I been on the Ryobi battery platform.

    https://www.ryobitools.ca/products/details/18v-one-plus-devour-cordless

    #760032

    Needed to shrink some bigger heat shrink tubing , about 1-1/4 inch round and about 18 inches long each piece , didn’t have my torch , and was taking way too much time with those BBQ lighters or whatever you call them

    So I picked this up at HD makes a difference , although used up two 4 amp batteries and about 1 bar on another , I didn’t check the time , but I’m sure I was over 1/2 continuous runtime

    I’d like to get a cordless heat gun myself, but I don’t want another battery platform. I’m hoping Makita, Bosch, or even Ridgid come out with one reasonably priced.

    I so rarely need a heat gun and my old seldom used MasterCrap one has it’s plastic case all all crumbling apart and the handle has become all sticky somehow. The gun and it’s attachments have been always kept in the house since I bought it over 15 years ago. It’s hardly ever been used.

    On another related to Ryobi, I saw a super reg price Ryobi floor weep on clearance brand new at HD last week for $80. Would’ve bought it had I been on the Ryobi battery platform.

    https://www.ryobitools.ca/products/details/18v-one-plus-devour-cordless

    😐😯😮😯😮 Wow I’ve been looking for one , shoot if it’s still there , I’d email you the money , or I wonder if they can ship it to me 🤷‍♂️ I’d definitely be interested in this , is it too much to ask if it’s available 🤷‍♂️

    #760033

    So I got a new box from Amazon.

    Look at the actual box, and the content sticking out of the corner. Can’t they do a better job packing?

    No that rod coming out is not longer than the box, just that the box has a hole in the corner so it sticks out LOL.

    Here is the actual item I ordered leaning on a file cabinet.

    Care to guess what it is for?

    Thank.sucks , good thing it doesn’t look like it’s damaged , must be some sort of long reach extension for some sort of shut off valve or something , looks like you have a socket on the end 🤷‍♂️

    #760038
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Needed to shrink some bigger heat shrink tubing , about 1-1/4 inch round and about 18 inches long each piece , didn’t have my torch , and was taking way too much time with those BBQ lighters or whatever you call them

    So I picked this up at HD makes a difference , although used up two 4 amp batteries and about 1 bar on another , I didn’t check the time , but I’m sure I was over 1/2 continuous runtime

    I’d like to get a cordless heat gun myself, but I don’t want another battery platform. I’m hoping Makita, Bosch, or even Ridgid come out with one reasonably priced.

    I so rarely need a heat gun and my old seldom used MasterCrap one has it’s plastic case all all crumbling apart and the handle has become all sticky somehow. The gun and it’s attachments have been always kept in the house since I bought it over 15 years ago. It’s hardly ever been used.

    On another related to Ryobi, I saw a super reg price Ryobi floor weep on clearance brand new at HD last week for $80. Would’ve bought it had I been on the Ryobi battery platform.

    https://www.ryobitools.ca/products/details/18v-one-plus-devour-cordless

    😐😯😮😯😮 Wow I’ve been looking for one , shoot if it’s still there , I’d email you the money , or I wonder if they can ship it to me 🤷‍♂️ I’d definitely be interested in this , is it too much to ask if it’s available 🤷‍♂️

    As discussed over PMs, I’ll go take a look for it tomorrow and see if it still there.

    The only thing I didn’t mention in the PMs with you Brian is I don’t recall seeing the handles, but then again, I wasn’t interested in buying it myself, so they may be off to the side. The main unit itself was sitting on a shelf chest high.

    If the handles are not there, what would you want me to do?

    Here’s the PDF of the parts list for them. Item #9 I assume. You can go and research in advance what they may cost in case I get there tomorrow and the handles are gone altogether. Call and see if they are still available also although you may want to McGyver your own. You’re a smart guy!

    https://manuals.ttigroupna.com/system/files/10564/original/P3260_356_r.pdf?2018

    I’ve made curved handles before using EMT conduit and bent as needed for things. Thinking you can do the same.

    You could probably make them out of bent steel as well by looks of how they attach to the main unit.



    @Boschmanbrian

    #760051
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    Bought a few different sand paper from HD

    Tried it with the Bosch plastic hole punch plate , looks like it’s going to be good , it was harder to do with the 3M sand paper , the 3M is much thicker ,

    I don’t see the 3M paper you bought. Have used Diablo sandpaper before. I haven’t just wonder what it is like?

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #760052

    Bought a few different sand paper from HD

    Tried it with the Bosch plastic hole punch plate , looks like it’s going to be good , it was harder to do with the 3M sand paper , the 3M is much thicker ,

    I don’t see the 3M paper you bought. Have used Diablo sandpaper before. I haven’t just wonder what it is like?

    Sorry , I meant the 3M paper I got from work , I only bought the Diablo from HD

    #760053
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    Bought a few different sand paper from HD

    Tried it with the Bosch plastic hole punch plate , looks like it’s going to be good , it was harder to do with the 3M sand paper , the 3M is much thicker ,

    I don’t see the 3M paper you bought. Have used Diablo sandpaper before. I haven’t just wonder what it is like?

    Sorry , I meant the 3M paper I got from work , I only bought the Diablo from HD

    No worries. I just didn’t see the 3m paper in the picture.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #760054
    JimDaddyO
    Pro
    Wawa, ON

    Care to guess what it is for?

    Looks like the probe they use to stick in the ground to find septic tanks.

    My You Tube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA5AretE3xPoVDV61AxUdUA

    I don't do a fast job. I don't do a slow job. I do a half fast job.

    #760056
    redwood
    Pro

    Care to guess what it is for?

    Looks like the probe they use to stick in the ground to find septic tanks.

    I think you might be right Jim. I used to have one, except mine was a little bent.

    Mark E.

    Pioneer, CA

    Working Pro 1972 - 2015
    Member since Jan 22, 2013
    www.creative-redwood-designs.com

    #760061
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Care to guess what it is for?

    Looks like the probe they use to stick in the ground to find septic tanks.

    We have a winner! It is a pipe probe comes in different lengths, this is a 60″ version to find buried drain pipe after you approximately located it with a locator. You can use it to find septic tank too. Obviously useful in sandy soil in Florida and not do much in rocky or clay soil with deeply buried pipes up north.

    #760112

    Well, I jumped on the Milwaukee Packout wagon. Had some sales and coupons so I save a bunch over regular price. Quite happy with the system so far. Very sturdy and a lot easier to connect than L-boxxes.

    #760116
    redwood
    Pro

    Well, I jumped on the Milwaukee Packout wagon. Had some sales and coupons so I save a bunch over regular price. Quite happy with the system so far. Very sturdy and a lot easier to connect than L-boxxes.

    Yes, but all the L-boxes I have were free. When I was mobile, I used the DeWalt tough boxes.

    Mark E.

    Pioneer, CA

    Working Pro 1972 - 2015
    Member since Jan 22, 2013
    www.creative-redwood-designs.com

    #760122

    Well, I jumped on the Milwaukee Packout wagon. Had some sales and coupons so I save a bunch over regular price. Quite happy with the system so far. Very sturdy and a lot easier to connect than L-boxxes.

    Congratulations Lon , I regret not buying it last black Friday , was a good deal , and yes , feels more solid and much easier to pull on and off.

    #760253
    Sprokitz
    Pro
    Eastern shore of, Pa

    Not tools, just some SS hardware. Actually only needed one thing for an upcoming hack and that got split from the order and won’t be here til next week.

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