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  1. Woooo... Best ever made.. Ohhh way over simplified, the old reliable Rockwell 315!! [emoji16][emoji16] still have one and use it, almost 50 years old and still going. Also have an old Rockwell 10" circular saw in pristine condition and don't dare use it!! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks Don [emoji106] I'm sure I'll be picking this one up as most of my cordless tools are Milwaukee and Dewalt. Appreciate the input and any other input is appreciated. Hopefully I find a decent sale on it with the holiday season coming up. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  3. Yea not heard very many good reviews of the gen 1 18g nailer either. So Don would you say it's a no brainer on the gen 2 nailer then? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  4. Oh I like it alot, no issues whatsoever for me. I mainly use it for interior trim work and hardwood and laminate flooring also. Rip 2x material on it here n there also. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  5. Last year Don I got the table saw in November or might have been early December from hd for 499.00 and included an extra 12 ah battery too. It was a no brainer, hopefully they will have the same deal this year for ya! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  6. This and then some!!!! I have a lowes 10 minutes away and hardly ever go there, I make more trips to HD that is over an hour away and not anywhere close to most of my jobs!! Quite frankly lowes stinks for the most part!! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  7. Lmao.... That's what I was just gonna ask!! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  8. I too have been using Milwaukee cordless and corded tools for over 35 years and never had that many problems with so few tools... Don't know what to say, but I'd assume you're aware of what's out there and been out there for years if your in the trades... Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  9. Thanks Don for your feedback on this tool. I was about to ask if you picked it up or not and if so how you liked it, so it was nice to hear what your thoughts were on it. [emoji106] Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  10. That's a beauty ya got there Don!! [emoji106][emoji106] great tool! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  11. Yea I've only heard good things thus far since the release of the quick lock. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  12. Ohh boy, not good to hear that. What size battery(s) were you using when this happened? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  13. Yes, I've used plenty of primatech cleat nailers. In my opinion they are excellent nailers. Lately I've been using a Powernail 50p flex power roller cleat nailer that I bought about 6 years ago or so, also an excellent nailer and can't go wrong with the rollered nailers nowadays!! But no doubt Primatech makes excellent flooring nailers!! Can't go wrong with them in my opinion. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  14. I think if I remember right it starts on June 6th. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  15. Don't have a problem with them at all. Same foot print straight up. Well built never worry about them cracking or breaking and well fit together. I also have the t-stak and like them to, just not as heavy duty and use them for alot of my lighter trim equipment and painting supplies, sprayer tips and guards and whatnot. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  16. Maybe try and go to ereplacementparts.com and input your model number. Maybe nosing around there may help you. Worth a try anyway. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  17. [emoji106] thanks for the quick reply. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
  18. Looks extremely top heavy. How does it feel during use. I haven't used any cordless routers yet. Thanks. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
  19. True and I have one, but doesn't do me any good when I don't have the rol-air compressor to compare it to the dewalt. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
  20. Thanks again Chris [emoji106] Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  21. Chris... A bit louder? I'm just about to pull the pin on a new jc10 due to the fact that that Dewalt cordless compressor is so dang loud, otherwise I like it and will use it when I need to go into a house to finish base around cabinets and whatnot. But my question to you is... Is it just a bit louder or is the jc10 a good bit quieter. Obviously without db read outs it's a subjective question. But also obviously I'm hoping that the jc10 is quite a bit less noise.. Lol. How long have you had the jc 10? Do you have any other rol-air compressors? How's your experience been with it (them) in general? Thanks for an input. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  22. I was just looking at these earlier today, have heard pretty good things about them. Almost was going to get one (it was a 2hp I believe tho) but decided I wanted to stay away from an oiless and also wanted to stay with motors that are rated S1 for longevity purposes. Would mainly be using it for trimming out houses and also laying hardwood floors, so also looking for a higher cfm rating. One thing I wish eagle had with their dual tank styles was a higher psi tank rating. Been doing a hell of alot of research trying to decide which one to get. Right now I'm leaning on trying to find a rol-air dual tank that's fairly quiet also. I'm open to ideas or referrals!! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  23. If you're referring the the main (bottom) tool box of the pack out system... Sure does, just push it back, it actually kind of snaps in place and stays open. Not sure where some of this misinfo comes from, but it should and does stay open. At least all the ones I've seen, have and used have all worked that way. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  24. That is sweet!! Happy for ya, to get a hold of that and bring it back home... Here's to hoping it stays in the family for good now!! [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106] Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
  25. Don't know if this will be any help, but I made one, pretty basic but didn't have the time to make it how I wanted to at the time I needed it, but will use it for as long as it lasts before I make a new one. I just screwed two 2x4s together then used 30" pieces of conduit. Drilled holes just slightly larger than the conduit in the 2x4s at a slight angle about 8 inches apart. Staggered the holes on each side of the 2x4s allowing me to drill 1 1/2" deep holes on each side. Made some folding legs for the base. If I remember correctly there about 6' tall. My use is for base and case and what have you. I made 4 of them and place them 4' apart for 16' material. I've just started to search online for different or new ideas for the next ones I build. The ones described have lasted for probably about 30 houses of doing the interior trim on. Hopefully some of that has helped, wasn't sure what exactly your needs were or how often you'd use them or your space considerations. Either way hopefully of some use. Btw open to new ideas on my next set. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T377A using Tapatalk
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