Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Satan 666 Wrote:

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> > I like how you guys just bicker back and forth like children. You guys

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> > could turn a cute and snuggly kitten thread into "your dumb", "no,

> your

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> > dumb", "my kitten is softer", "no my kitten is softer". Fuck give it

> up.

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> > This is getting old.

>

> I tried to leave it and let things go but he just had to keep

> pushing....sorry but the shit stirrer just had to keep stiring so i

> decided to stir back...i really don't mean to piss any of you off but

> now when he decides to back off and let it end i will be glad to. Again

> not my intention to offend anybody

No you never leave it alone. As you stated before, you love to argue. There is no argument on the matter based on my experience so STFU!!!

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Dude 90% of why we keep checking back here is to get the next last word. Its a shallow fullfilment bickering and besting the same old faces in a familiar but indirect confrontational manner. Whatever, its more interesting than tv and helps organize my thoughts on various topics. If it were tv its pretty dull watching infomercials but a heated talkshoe is at least interesting even though undeniably unfulfilling

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Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener... .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....also an impact hooks to an air compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and gain a little mechanical knowledge

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Talk show hehe

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> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> Talk show hehe

I'm glad you finally came around in the other thread..that light bulb finally kicked you in tge head....you said you were finally getting somewhere....congratulations you finally got it....has to be me that was right because i said basicly the same i had always said....kaaaaching..chalk up another win...thanks

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> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener...

> .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip

> tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....

Funny thing is when you go to a hardware store the isle labeled "fasteners" is where all the nuts and bolts are. Showing your intelligence again.

> also an impact hooks to an air

> compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough

> pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and

> gain a little mechanical knowledge

Listen Fuck face if I wanted your backwoods hillbilly opinion I would of asked for it. I have a large snap-on pneumatic impact that ive used on all kinds of vehicles over the years.

My experience is not open for your debate. Go jack off in the woods you fucktard. (edited)

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> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> > Talk show hehe

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> I'm glad you finally came around in the other thread..that light bulb

> finally kicked you in tge head....you said you were finally getting

> somewhere....congratulations you finally got it....has to be me that was

> right because i said basicly the same i had always

> said....kaaaaching..chalk up another win...thanks

Only in your backwoods small mind. Try again

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> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> > Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener...

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> > .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip

>

> > tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....also an impact hooks to an air

>

> > compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough

>

> > pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and

>

> > gain a little mechanical knowledge

>

> Listen Fuck face if I wanted your backwoods hillbilly opinion I would of

> asked for it. I have a large snap-on pneumatic impact that ive used on

> all kinds of vehicles over the years.

>

> My experience is not open for your debate. Go back off in the woods you

> fucktard.

Damn you're a mind reader....i drove down and am in the woods now...going to spend a few days trot lineing...hahaha. the way you describe things shows your experience..haha you don't have to say much more ....larger socket hahahahaha lololollll damn you're dumb

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If the fastener is stuck, just go reverse and forward a couple times to break it loose. Don't hammer it forward, just give it a little brrrt, reverse, brrrt, forward, brrrt, etc.

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> baird co Wrote:

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> If the fastener is stuck, just go reverse and forward a couple times to

> break it loose. Don't hammer it forward, just give it a little brrrt,

> reverse, brrrt, forward, brrrt, etc.

Good advice...i am sure you meant with the proper size socket (edited)

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> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> > Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener...

>

> > .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip

>

> > tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....

>

> Funny thing is when you go to a hardware store the isle labeled

> "fasteners" is where all the nuts and bolts are. Showing your

> intelligence again.

>

> > also an impact hooks to an air

>

> > compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough

>

> > pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and

>

> > gain a little mechanical knowledge

>

> Listen Fuck face if I wanted your backwoods hillbilly opinion I would of

> asked for it. I have a large snap-on pneumatic impact that ive used on

> all kinds of vehicles over the years.

>

> My experience is not open for your debate. Go jack off in the woods you

> fucktard.

Now now..don't get upset...i am sure your buddy will appreciate me filling you in about how to use an impact with the air compressor so he can take a break..poor guy

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> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> I'm glad you finally came around in the other thread..that light bulb

> finally kicked you in tge head....you said you were finally getting

> somewhere....congratulations you finally got it....has to be me that was

> right because i said basicly the same i had always

> said....kaaaaching..chalk up another win...thanks

not about winning pops. it's about helping you recognize, at least in that case, that what i'm talking about is bigger than the very acute racism you've personally witnessed. What we'd gotten to, where we're getting somewhere is the recognition is that we're not talking about the same thing. you're still talking about personal experiences of racism where the riots protests and efforts is really aimed at eliminating the broad reality of racism in society.

sadly we dont get to win it by claiming "i won" in an unrealted post on a moped forum.

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punkrock randy /

> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener...

> .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip

> tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....also an impact hooks to an air

> compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough

> pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and

> gain a little mechanical knowledge

Ever heard of the supplier “Fastenal”? You’re an idiot, WillD is worlds more intelligent than you’ll ever get close to. You’re brain is currently regressing in fact.

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> punkrock randy Wrote:

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> > Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener...

>

> > .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip

>

> > tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....also an impact hooks to an air

>

> > compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough

>

> > pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and

>

> > gain a little mechanical knowledge

>

> Ever heard of the supplier “Fastenal”? You’re an idiot, WillD is worlds

> more intelligent than you’ll ever get close to. You’re brain is

> currently regressing in fact.

Yea punk Fastenal..a good friend of mine manages the Fastenal store in monticello...also owns a house next to me here at the river....pea brained people like you and evil eat up all those garbled drunken jail house lawyer posts will makes because you don't know any better ....how are the dance lessons coming along..

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Wait, Fastenal sells paper clips?

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> Seth B Wrote:

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> Wait, Fastenal sells paper clips?

I doubt evil knows the difference in a paper clip and a 3/8 standard thread bolt....he is trying to show how much mechanic ability he actually has and it shows.... put a loose socket on it .......hagahahaaaaaa lolillll.

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That trick actually works. Done it many times, especially on large lug nuts. A well worn, loose fitting 1.5” truck lug socket works way better than a tight new one. The next size up socket often works well. Also, run the gun forward first a hair, then backwards. Just my professional experience from a time long ago. I hate changing truck tires.

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So you are saying you used 1 9/16 socket ? What size air impact and what air pressure were you running ? What was the reason you needed the larger socket

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Socket was just worn larger. Steel wears off quick when you use the same socket day after day, so yeah an old, worn socket would be about 1-9/16, loose as a goose. When they finally start slipping on the nuts, we’d throw it away. New socket was tight, hard to get on the nut, and wouldn’t break em loose as well. Simple physics.

One inch impact running at 145psi. Man tools. For big nuts.

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> Seth B Wrote:

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> That trick actually works. Done it many times, especially on large lug

> nuts. A well worn, loose fitting 1.5” truck lug socket works way better

> than a tight new one. The next size up socket often works well. Also,

> run the gun forward first a hair, then backwards. Just my professional

> experience from a time long ago. I hate changing truck tires.

Thanks Seth for confirming what I said to begin with which started pops tirade of non stop arguing, posting, topic changing and childish "I know every thing cause I was in Vietnam".

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> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Wait, Fastenal sells paper clips?

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> I doubt evil knows the difference in a paper clip and a 3/8 standard

> thread bolt....he is trying to show how much mechanic ability he

> actually has and it shows.... put a loose socket on it

> .......hagahahaaaaaa lolillll.

I swear to fuckin god (if there is one) you act just like Don ohio. The world will be a better place without you twit.

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> punkrock randy Wrote:

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> > Pops Peds Wrote:

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> > Haaa i learned what experience you have by calling it a fastener...

>

> > .nuts,bolts,or screws... go ask for a fastener and you might get a zip

>

> > tie,thumb tac or a paper clip.lol.....also an impact hooks to an air

>

> > compressor ...your buddy pumping a bicycle pump won't put out enough

>

> > pressure to break a "fastener" haha loose...go read up some more and

>

> > gain a little mechanical knowledge

>

> Ever heard of the supplier “Fastenal”? You’re an idiot, WillD is worlds

> more intelligent than you’ll ever get close to. You’re brain is

> currently regressing in fact.

So I'm not the only one to believe pops is an idiot or an algorithm.

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> Seth B Wrote:

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> Socket was just worn larger. Steel wears off quick when you use the same

> socket day after day, so yeah an old, worn socket would be about 1-9/16,

> loose as a goose. When they finally start slipping on the nuts, we’d

> throw it away. New socket was tight, hard to get on the nut, and

> wouldn’t break em loose as well. Simple physics.

>

> One inch impact running at 145psi. Man tools. For big nuts.

Are you learning yet pOpSoHiO?? I run 175psi in my 80 gallon compressor.

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Eell dipstick if you notice he said was a worn socket .....not next size.....

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> Pops Peds Wrote:

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> Eell dipstick if you notice he said was a worn socket .....not next

> size.....

Worn toward the next size larger. You cannot be a real human being and be that god damn stoooooooopid.

2+2=4 you dont have a worn socket so you grab one that is "1/16 or 1mm larger" rEaDiNiGiSfUnDuMbMeNtAL!

You can bet your god damn ass that the sockets Seth is talking about were worn that much if not more....next! (edited)

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Lol Pops, not choosing sides, but I also said “the next size up works well” in my first comment. The point being, a socket that’s a little too big works great. You argue too much. You should get a hobby. Try mopeds, I hear they’re great! (edited)

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pOpSoHiO go take a walk in the woods to reflect upon your limited knowledge and experience( by the shovel fulls). You never graduated school did you?? (edited)

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I apologize my lord Satan...its your thread and I was trying to share experience NOT opinion about using impacts. Peace, I'm out!

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> Seth B Wrote:

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> Lol Pops, not choosing sides, but I also said “the next size up works

> well” in my first comment. The point being, a socket that’s a little too

> big works great. You argue too much. You should get a hobby. Try mopeds,

> I hear they’re great!

I guess you did say that seth..i tried to lay off evil but he just kept.pushing the buttons.until i decided to thrash him a bit more...he tries to twist it over on me but.i had stopped but h.just had to push on....now he's having to get shut down again...i have 19 mopeds plus 3 scooters and cushman eagle....have plenty of hobbies and to answer your question evil...no i did not...i started at 16 working nights in a flooring mill and going to school during the day...end of 11th grade i quit school and took a day job also at a gas station to make more money to help my family out...i made what i have with hard work and determination... (edited)

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Well I got the impact today. Looks solid like all my other Milwaukee tools. It is surprisingly small. Has three torque settings. Haven't used it yet but I'm sure it will get a work out tomorrow. This is it next to my 1/4 hex drive.

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