Good luck Chad
Sorry to rant in your thread….maybe I reinforced the decision lol
DirtyWhiteBoy wrote:I really hope this move works out good for you. I need to also find a good company.
Work slowed down here dramatically the last couple of months. Been doing horseshit little jobs that barely pay the bills.
The cycle is brutal when cost of living is so high. Im just keeping up when work is coming in because of all the…[Read more]
Never tried Makita. I have always used Bostitch I think I tried Hitachi, cant remember. People seem to really like them though
Tom replied to the topic Posts Disappearing After Edits of Long Winded Posts Problem/Solution. in the forum BTP Questions 1 year, 5 months ago
Also my viewing screen is cutoff, margin wise. I can only see parts of posts.
I love it! I could see it working. Probably equal performance if not better than my Arrow staple guns. And with staple guns mine get pounded with tar paper on roofing that gum up. This is less abusive and cleaner.
PS That boy could use to pound some nails to build up that upper body lol
Tom replied to the topic Posts Disappearing After Edits of Long Winded Posts Problem/Solution. in the forum BTP Questions 1 year, 6 months ago
This site is terrible in general. I stopped coming because I could open the server too often. I would click my bookmark to come here and then it failed.
It doesnt zoom in to read from the phone. I posted several things in the tool thread which it never gets posted but says I made duplicate posts.
So I dont know…..happening again this morning
The square looks clever, but on site these things take drops. I would think that arm extension will get bent.
Any idea if new DeWalt tough boxes can latch on old? I love my tstaks it’s easier to stay brand loyal when things remain compatible
I went Milwaukee cordless for the battery flexibility.
Good to know @ Dirty
I still wanna wear my Keens but I need to find out if they make special socks to absorb isolated swearing.
I would need a slow motion close up on how to try the lace tying method. LOL
By the way I may have to change my profile to master carpenter
What exactly authorizes one to make such a claim……30 yrs and they facets of carpentry I still learn and hone skills
So after talking about work boots the wizards if Google algorithms and marketing companies popped this shoe up in my browsing.
Forgot about the gold Bond option.
Been using tea tree oil on my hands and feet for over 5 months to try and restore my nails.
It’s better but….. oral anti fungal was not appealing. Messes up your health.
They are, I bought another pair but they are sitting. Afraid to aggravate the matter.
At 49 I have never had a problem like that before and the sweating was concentrated on the toe under the composite.
I have been meaning to investigate better sick alternatives.
I thought I found a new favorite work boot in Keen. The Pittsburgh with composite toe.
Most comfortable and durable I have owned unfortunately the composite toe gave me a toe fungus from sweating. Im afraid to wear them now.
That is not easy to get rid of and come back super fast.
Lots of useful tips in the videos here for anyone. It one of those threads I should pay closer attention too
Construction adhesive and long 1/2″ galvanized wedge anchors
Oh because we didnt special order 10ft sheets I needed the break using the locally available 8 footers
So since I picked your brains I wanted to follow up with the outcome.
I did build it to the 12 x 12 for material efficiency and explained to the owner the possibility of water creep leaving the perimeter.
For now it seems to be working fine.
Given the price limitations on it He has to be happy
Wow congrats on the big grinder.
Are they used for surface grinding or just deeper stone cutting?
Bosch has been generous. I got a miter saw stand, 1″ combination hammerdrill, 4.5″ grinder and now a router.
All well made durable tools Im proud to own
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