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About olletsocmit

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    Milwaukee & Craftsman

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    Timmy
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    Pennsylvana

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  1. Replacing Old Fence Rails?

    I tried the sawzall and it did not work well, that’s a great idea. I will try to use my Fuel M18 circular saw tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone 7 Plus | Tapatalk
  2. Replacing Old Fence Rails?

    These are the ones I got from HD. 11 ft. Pressure-Treated Pine Split Rail https://homedepot.app.link/ISfKOxiakI Sent from my iPhone 7 Plus | Tapatalk
  3. Replacing Old Fence Rails?

    Each one has 3 sides. They are standard 11’ fence rails Sent from my iPhone 7 Plus | Tapatalk
  4. Replacing Old Fence Rails?

    I am replacing some of my rotted fence rails. They are 11 foot rails and the few that I did went in pretty easy (I had to do a little cutting at the ends and some shaping on a few). My issue is that some sections of my fans are not 11 feet, they are smaller. I am looking for advice on how to cut down the 11 foot rails to fit the smaller sections and look decent. I started to make one with my sawzall but it did not look great and used almost an entire M18 5.0 battery. I was thinking maybe using a tablesaw but I’m really not sure. Sent from my iPhone 7 Plus | Tapatalk
  5. Tapatalk... What version do you use??

    For all of you that use Tapatalk, what version are you using? There is the regular app, the Pro app, & VIP... my real confusion is what is the difference between buying the pro version vs using the regular app & paying for VIP?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Milwaukee M18 Battery Run Times

    Good point... I forgot about that. How does Milwaukee gauge battery run time? Do they give the run time per tool or just average it out? I guess a good tool to use for this purpose is the M18 Fuel impact driver, since almost all of us use it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Milwaukee M18 Battery Run Times

    I have seen a lot of posts on here about run time and what kind of battery people use. I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread & break down the runtime for every single Milwaukee M18 battery they make... • 1.5 - • 2.0 - • 4.0 - • 5.0 - • 6.0 - • 9.0 - Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. What to do with extra receptacle space?

    I am very knowledgeable when it comes to anything technology but I'm automation systems and smart switches or something I've just never learned about. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Post your OLD Tools & Accessories Thread!

    While searching for parts to build a shelf, I just came across this tube of liquid nails. It's funny how things have changed... I found quite a few other neat things and will be posting later. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I thought it would be cool to start a thread for everyone to post pictures of their old tools & related accessories. Can be old tools from family member's, old items you find around your shop, old cool stuff that you come across while cleaning, etc. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. What to do with extra receptacle space?

    Very interesting I like that idea Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Milwaukee Power Tool Deal Thread

    I am not sure if this is a good deal or not but just an FYI if anyone is looking. It's 200 instead of 300 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Home Depot

    I just saw this leaving Home Depot and it looks like a great deal... I could be wrong though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I am looking for suggestions on what to do with extra receptacle space. In the guest bedroom's the house was wired w/ 2 gang boxes in each room next to the door. It was wired for the light on/off switch on the right. The switch on the left controls a power outlet receptacle. So when you turn the left one on or off anything plugged into that one out it will go on and off. I don't really understand the point of it! I rewired it so that that outlet is constantly on like normal. I need advice and suggestions on what to do with the empty left space. If worse comes to worse and I can't figure out anything, I will just buy a two gang cover plate that only has one cut out on the right... I saw this on sale the other day so I grabbed it and thought it would be a good idea. It comes on automatically at night and shuts off automatically when it's light out. It also has for brightness settings you just tap it to change. But I'm not very happy with it and the lowest setting is too bright at night so I am removing it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. What tools did you buy today?

    I think I might frame and hang in my workshop! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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