I purchased a Rigid Drill-Impact driver kit from Home Depot the other day. While I've never owned an impact driver before, I have used them, but in just a "pick it up and use it" fashion. The thing I noticed while inspecting the Rigid kit is that there is some run-out in the impact driver. The bits do not spin exactly in-line with the main axis, there is a bit (no pun intended) of a wobble. read more...In article: Run-Out On An Impact Driver?
Hi, I have a two story house with vaulted ceilings throughout. I had AC put in last year, but the upstairs doesn't really cool down. The front of the house has the biggest windows, and is West Facing, so it gets all of the afternoon sun. Last year, I also replaced all of these read more...In article: Removing Hot Air from Vaulted Ceiling
Hello, I hope you can help me solve this mystery. Over the last two weeks, black dots have appeared on many surfaces in my apartment: in the sink, counters, on some walls, and heavily on the kitchen and bathroom floors, which are linoleum and tile respectively. read more...In article: little black dots
Is the thread on the bolts that holds the mower blades on a Cub Cadet tractor standard or reverse? Details: Cub Cadet 1330 with 38" mower deck (two blades) Thanks in advance! read more...In article: Thread on Cub Cadet tractor blade bolt---standard or reverse?
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author: (PeteCresswell) posted 05-24-2016Are there any EMT people out there that can comment on the relative survivability of a t-bone crash in a Ford F-150 vs a Honda or Toyota minivan? The obvious industry spiel involves crumple zones ... read more »