@thedude306Active 11 months ago
Same process, but the True 1 is much smaller.
Here you go. Cutting a big circle for an 18″ subwoofer.
As long as these continue to last (and I see no reason why they won’t) They are used in the DJ/band world with little issues. They will be on all my tools in the future as well.
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DirtyWhiteBoy wrote:Plz ,,, don’t even ask me what the bills made out of!!
Hey Dirty, what’s it made out of??
I would have thought that some of you were flat billers…
Around here we don’t call them “ball” caps unless they have a sports team on them. They’re farm caps… hahaha
and if ain’t dirty, well we’ve got names for those g…[Read more]
This is why I like my set up with the airports so well.
Music on in the house, (three zones; living room, theater and kitchen)
Music on in the shop, Bosch PB360
Music on outside where ever I want, second Bosch PB360
All controlled off my phone. All individual volume controls or one master volume.
The only downside is the PB360 needs to…[Read more]
It’s never been an issue. If you wanted you could leave a longer pig tail on the tool but I tried that and I like them being as tight as possible.
It bends just like if the cord was on it.
I ordered a part from Karcher I thought would work but it’s not the same. It’s not quite what you posted., I couldn’t find the PN but it didn’t work on the BOsch quick connect
I still love them. Absolutely no issues to date. I have them on every tool I own regardless of color.
I’m not saying to switch to Mac, I’m saying find the equivalence on a PC.
Ask your software people?? I think a Roku would work the same and you can get an app on an android phone.
Or you could get a mac for your your personal stuff 😉
I don’t know what you can use on your PC but their must be something similar to the apple express to stream music over wifi?? Once you go wifi you won’t want to go back to BT
What program are you using for your music on the PC?
I have a remote app on my iphone that controls itunes on my mac mini that sends the signal out to any or all of the…[Read more]
nothing really wrong in using the MR23 in a table, it’s just nicer to use the 1617. If you are using under table DC it puts the handle in an awkward position.
Trigger stays locked on.
Don’t think I will find the installer. House was built in the 70s. We are replaced the two worse doors. $60 each and they match the rest. Cheap and ugly, but at least not goofy looking.
a little late to the convo but I think that with dust collection, more is ALWAYS better. Remember it’s not always the HP rating but the CFM rating that is important. As Reflector pointed out, some tools are WAY better and DC then others and it makes generalizations hard as far as CFM, or collection methods.
As with Pentz, I think that when you…[Read more]
I’ve got one, It works (as in it collects all the dust that comes out of the dust port) Unfortunately the bosch saws throw a lot of dust directly under the saw and out the front. It helps, but it doesn’t eliminate the need for clean up by any means.
It’s Stihl or Husqvarna
Go find your dealers and see who you like the best and gives you the best advice. Sounds like a cop out but on those two brands it really comes down to dealer service and parts. Saw are fickle and you want someone who can help in your corner.
We have about an equal mix of both. I prefer the big Husqvarnas and the…[Read more]
Have you guys ever tried charging a 4ah on the pb360 it takes forever. I cant remeber the last time I used it to charge.
The PB360 is not a very efficient charger. It has the ability to charge to by no means is it the fast charger.
It really sucks actually. The whole point is to have an all in one solution.…[Read more]
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Had a Knee replacement yesterday. Thinks are going good with little pain. Hope to get out of the hospital and back home later today
Hope that goes well for you. I had my knee done last fall. It was the best thing ever. Went in after literally years of discomfort and walked out almost pain free. Recovery time was…[Read more]
Did a complete basement. Ripped out the old paneling, re framed, put in a new bathroom and did the flooring. Didn’t touch the drywall (thank goodness!)
I am still doing custom pieces but it’s a tough gig. Got a display case and a gun case done this winter but it’s not paying the bills… YET!
I sold all my makita and went to bosch. I was having a makita battery issue almost monthly (ten batteries total). They did replace them all but it was a PITA. Now with the Bosch system no battery issue to date (a little over a year) but the EC drills still bug me with trigger issues. Sometimes I still have to double pump the trigger to get…[Read more]
Over two years and I’ve not even had to bang the filter out yet.
Wow that is really great news. I guess the fleece bag stops all of the dirt.
I can say the same using a combination of paper and fleece. There is almost zero bypass. I don’t think I even have a spare filter for the vac. Very impressive
theamcguy wrote:I still might pick up the 10.8 model just to have for those occasions when I need a smaller tool.
I was thinking the same. I am using the OMT more and more these days. Such a great tool. Really speeds up some jobs.
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