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About Eric - TIA

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  • Birthday 10/22/1973

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    Hammer
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    Eric
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  1. Mine doesn't do that. Once I pull the trigger, it comes on but will turn off when I am done.
  2. No idea. Never replaced one. Hopefully someone in here has an answer
  3. That's crazy it stopped working. Usually they are very reliable. I would have to think there is an after market parts but haven't dealt with it before.
  4. Yes, if you have to get one, get the impact driver. You can't use the impact wrench for screws and woodworking. I am not sure if the Ryobi impact driver will loosen lug nuts. Before you buy, you might want to do a little research on the model you want and see if it has the power.
  5. Sweet. Everyone says they are easy. I guess I just have to jump in and try next time I need them changed.
  6. I had the same problem with the Dewalt planer I was using yesterday. I do know my local Home Depot has a bunch of adapter and that worked for me last time.
  7. Sweet buy, let us know what you think of the 9Ah battery.
  8. Sweet, I love that vacuum. Great buy. Agree, I guess we have to start somewhere so maybe I will start on my brakes. Just wasn't something I grew up with so have never worked on a car but no time like now.
  9. I love that vacuum. In fact I like it so much, i bought two. One for the remodel and the other for around the house.
  10. Yes, I think Milwaukee has been killing it with their Packout system. I wish Dewalt would step up their game.
  11. Welcome to the forum. Yes, Youtube is awesome for a lot of stuff like that. Pretty impressive to change a timing belt. If I tried that, i would have about 30 piece left over and the heads would be installed in the trunk and the muffler under the hood. For some reason, I don't do well with working on cars.
  12. Not sure what you mean but yes a blade does have flex in it.
  13. Let us know how you like it. Heard it was good but haven't tried it.
  14. Yes, I agree. Nothing more frustrating then going to a store to get something but they don't have it.
  15. Yes, that is how mine is also. The dehumidifier helped out. Also if you have floor drains, make sure you run some water through them to clean them out.
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