I'm not real sure what we're trying to do vis a vis the euro and the buck, and
I don't think anyone else is, either.
I've been looking all around for my next finishing nailer, and a circular saw,
but damned if I can find any with the Klein or Snap-On names on them.
As for Rosie...nah. Never mind. :)
"Man is the only animal that blushes. Or needs to." Mark Twain
Ditto here. Perhaps Phil FORGOT TO OIL THE DAMNED THINGS before
putting them into service. ;)
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On Wed, 08 Dec 2004 23:04:32 -0500, Michael Dombrowski
Not that I know of....BUT I have several of their tools....Tools I use
once every 2 or 3 years etc....
I do own their cheap 6 inch digital caliper ....works for me... but I
am only use it to varify that lumber is planned to the same size...who
knows if it is accurate...?
hmmm.. seems to be some OKs towards the 2 hp DC. Maybe add an
aftermarket 0.5 micron filter for about $100 and have a pretty top end
I was wondering about how to run DC to all my tools. I may just add
DCs to all my tools ;-) Using Bill Pentz's guidelines I'm adapting
most all tools to 6" ports. I have the Jet 1.5hp cartridge unit, but
it may run out of steam if I try to Y off of it. So I may just go
with a DC per main run.
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