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  1. Thanks to Dan and Eric from the TIA crew I will be the proud owner of the porter cable 20volt cordless nailer thanks to Dan and Eric I won this on a small give away on there live stream on periscope if you do not have this I highly recommend this will give you the inside scoop of the tools they review thanks again I'm proud to be a member of the best tool forum out there TIA Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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  2. hey guys, wanted to share 2 new nailer with you. will do a review soon
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  5. Well andrull, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the makita 36v is only a 7.5" blade. It has crosscut capacities of a 10/12" saw but depth of cut would still be limited. I personally don't mind it. I think it's compactness and light weight will make up for any shortcomings of the blade especially because it will still handle the majority of cuts. At least what I cut.
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  6. lol I wouldn't buy it! And besides its probably a third party rebranded trolley , as for getting up and down stairs, isn't this why we have apprentices...... .
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  7. Congratulations chrismccabe484!!! TIA really takes care if it's crew!!!
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  8. No problem, also, if you get the wrong item...as I just did today(I received a Husky ratchet instead of Gearwrench) try complaining via chat. I ended up with a full refund and a spare ratchet. Looks like someone scammed Amazon by buying a Husky ratchet and returning it to them in the Gearwrench packaging and I ended up with it...kinda sucks because I don't want the Husky but can't complain too hard when it was free. Yeah, I figured it was worth it, they don't even charge you until it ships so it's worth a shot. I ended up buying two so I could have one at work and one at home.
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  9. ...why not show the board on each run though? That bothers me...could have been anyone's slip. Not saying that car isn't that fast just thought it was odd they cut the camera exactly before post on each run. >.>
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  10. The Tstak cart cost $99 a year ago when I bought it. There is no way it is $300 now! http://www.acmetools.com/shop/tools/dewalt-dwst17888-tstak-trolley Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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  11. If it's any consolation, it will go down the stairs by itself!
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