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JimboS1ice

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About JimboS1ice

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    Sawdust Sniffer
  • Birthday 09/29/1990

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  • Favorite Tool or Brand
    M18 Fuel Grinder!
  • Hobbies
    Golf, Tools, Wood Working, Gardening

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    http://www.youtube.com/c/Jimbos1iceTICREW
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    https://twitter.com/jimboslicetools
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    www.thejimbosliceworkshop.com

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  • First Name
    Jim
  • Location:
    Chicago Burbs
  • Occupation
    Butcher; Firefighter

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  1. JimboS1ice

    21700 cell batteries don't fit on tools

    If you have a Farm and Fleet I've seen them just selling belt clips, I'm sure they are the newer style
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    Metabo Paint Remover LF 724 s

    Try a test piece before you use it on your main project to get a feel and depth removal, i don't have one but from what I've seen it look like a type of planer but i would be careful with gouging the surface
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    Makita 6010d or m002?

    I believe a few older Makita tools were available in their color red from time to time, I’ve seen a few before like that Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    21700 cell batteries don't fit on tools

    Out of all the tool companies I think Milwaukee is the best with this, they eat their woods that all their batteries fit all their tools, when the 9.0 came out this authorized fixes for a few tools like lights it wouldn’t fit in, good on them Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Dewalt Atomic

    If it’s a 4 1/2” blade which I think it is Rockwell makes metal cutting blades for their versacut saw Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Dewalt Atomic

    Yea I haven’t seen a single size comparison, I’d like to see how the drill stacks in size with the Mak subcompact Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    need part for ryobi miter saw model ts100L

    Try ereplacementparts.com or toolbarns sister site I think is called toolpart or toolpartsdirect.com Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Delta scroll saw

    Scroll saw blades are all universal, two types either pinned or pinless, pinkness being the better blade Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    New Makita impact

    Yea I remember seeing that video... my reaction was nearly 2 years after the tools has been on the market tried and true it smokes? Yea... okay I ran that tool a good amount of time and put it through its paces, ran way cooler than any red impact I've ever used. Those guys need a mute button if you ask me.. a reason alone I've really shied away from Youtube for a while, giving people that enjoy tools and playing with them a bad name...
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    New Makita impact

    I have both, Gen 3 Milwaukee is very powerful maybe more than the Makita but lets put this into perspective... what would you rather drive everyday? An oversized V8 muscle car that can't make corners, rides like crap but when you put your foot on the gas it just goes Or a refined smaller biTurbo V8 that makes a lot of horsepower but has the luxuries and comforts that you don't feel the bumpy road. Thats how I view the Man verse the Milwaukee, the Milwaukee is just straight up power, good amount of feed back and vibration but balls to the wall power, the Makita will keep up, but is so much more refined and more comfortable to use, more on board electronics for various modes, a little slimmer and about the same length. They are both awesome impacts don't get me wrong but you can tell Makita knows their stuff with impacts, the chuck keeps the bits to near zero wobble.
  11. JimboS1ice

    Jimbos clean the shop tool thread

    I’ve never over heated them and I’ve put the drill under some heavy load too running some bigger hole saws Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Jimbos clean the shop tool thread

    Like everyone else here I buy buy and buy and never sell so I have quite a few tools to move through. I’ll post a list here, serious buyers DM me and I’ll send pictures, all tools are baretool unless noted and on very good shape. Milwaukee M12 Fuel Hackzall $80 M12 Gen 1 Fuel Hammer Drill $50 M12 Gen 2 Fuel Drill $70 M12 Gen 2 Fuel Impact $70 M18 Gen 2 Fuel Hammerdrill $70 M18 Gen 3 Fuel Impact Driver $100 M18 6 1/2” Fuel Circular Saw $100 M18 7 1/4” Gen 1 Fuel Circular Saw $130 M18 D Handke Jig Saw $80 M18 Fuel 3/8” Impact Wrench $100 RIDGID Palm Impact Driver with 2.0 battery and charger $50 Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    New Makita impact

    Yup, insanely smooth, quick shift button is programmable, I have the gen 3 Milwaukee too powers similar but the Makita is so much more refined its like Milwaukee’s a loud v8 muscle car and the mak is a German sports car, both will get you in a hurry but ones much more refined Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Makita BHR241 and BL1850B batteries

    My guess is the drill isn’t set up for star batteries, the older 3.0 did not have the protection of the newer packs so older tools won’t accept a star protected pack like the 5.0 Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Hitachi multivolt

    I’m thinking we’ll see a price drop in the next 6 months, pricing is just too high, even the drill as great as it $350 for a drill and no battery? I could buy 3 Dewalt 996s for that price and get similar performance Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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