Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'hilti'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Welcome to the TIA forums
    • About the forums
    • Introduce yourself
  • Tools
    • Power Tool News
    • Power Tools
    • Power Tools By Manufacturer
    • Hand Tools
    • Test & Measurement
    • Accessories
    • Outdoor Power Equipment
    • Power Tool Recalls
  • Workplace
    • Around The House
    • In The Shop
    • Woodworking
    • Welding/Metal Working
    • Automotive
  • Tool Exchange
    • Tool Deals
    • TIA Swap Meet
  • General
    • Pub Talk
    • Collector's Resource
    • How To
    • Site Help & Feedback

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start



Favorite Tool or Brand







First Name



Found 7 results

  1. Cordless brands have had ups and downs over the years, with some such as Flex being new to the US market while others like Porter Cable seem to be on life support. What is your favorite brand right now?
  2. Im using a HILTI DX 351 CT. The handle on the pole squeezes just fine when detached from the threaded portion of the pole attached to the gun. When threaded to the gun, periodically the handle will not squeeze like it is jammed. Any tips or ways to disassemble this portion of the gun. I know on the manual it only displays on how to disassemble the firing portion of the gun to clean the piston etc.
  3. This monster comparison is out biggest yet! 7 brands. Mike and I have put in 75 hours all up ... :/
  4. What a tool, but with a price to match.
  5. HILTI GX 90-WF Gas actuated Wood Framing Nail Gun Review
  6. I got to use this product a little while back, so I figured I would share about it. I am assuming I am not the first to post on this, but none the less, here it goes. First, the power and speed of this tool is amazing. I am not even that big of a Hilti fan (price $$$) but this tool is the real deal in my opinion. I borrowed it at work from the plumbing contractor and had to drill a few holes in concrete for dowels. It easily drilled the 5/8" holes that I needed to drill. Also, the dust extractor kit for the tools is pretty handy as well. I didn't use this application, but I witnessed some overhead drilling and it works great. I am currently building a new addition on a hospital, so this tool is very handy for dust control! In terms of the tool I would recommend it, but most people can't afford to spend over a grand on one tool, let alone something that you might not be using everyday. FB82
  7. Sad news for me. Now I'll have to drive even farther for my Hilti fix. http://www.tulsaworl...E1_Hiltii511047
  • Create New...