Re: Cordless impact gun?

I’m jelly

Re: Cordless impact gun?

Looks good and will probably work good...i have thought about buying a1/4 but have a 1/2 and 3/8 so can't really justify the 1/4...

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Looks good and will probably work good...i have thought about buying

> a1/4 but have a 1/2 and 3/8 so can't really justify the 1/4...

1/4 is just for driving screws. I have used nothing but a 1/4 for driving screws for the last 15 years. I couldn't imagine using a regular drill style for driving a screw into wood. Impact for the win. Works 100 times better than a drill driver. I only use the drill for drilling holes now.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Satan 666 Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > Pops Peds Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > Looks good and will probably work good...i have thought about buying

>

> > a1/4 but have a 1/2 and 3/8 so can't really justify the 1/4...

>

> 1/4 is just for driving screws. I have used nothing but a 1/4 for

> driving screws for the last 15 years. I couldn't imagine using a regular

> drill style for driving a screw into wood. Impact for the win. Works 100

> times better than a drill driver. I only use the drill for drilling

> holes now.

Would you stop...lol. now you gave me a reason ....

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > Satan 666 Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > > Pops Peds Wrote:

>

> >

>

> > > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> >

>

> > > Looks good and will probably work good...i have thought about buying

>

> >

>

> > > a1/4 but have a 1/2 and 3/8 so can't really justify the 1/4...

>

> >

>

> > 1/4 is just for driving screws. I have used nothing but a 1/4 for

>

> > driving screws for the last 15 years. I couldn't imagine using a

> regular

>

> > drill style for driving a screw into wood. Impact for the win. Works

> 100

>

> > times better than a drill driver. I only use the drill for drilling

>

> > holes now.

>

> Would you stop...lol. now you gave me a reason ....

Right?! Dammit man.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

It could just be the picture but it looks very much made in China

Re: Cordless impact gun?

I love how small it is, you can get in some tighter spaces. They make a right angle ratchet one too that's super small for getting in stuff but way lower breaking force. still super handy. One of those I dont have but I know who has one when I need it

Re: Cordless impact gun?

punkrock randy /

Cordless tool purchasing is an addiction. Ask how i know? This is most of my Milwaukee shit, had to pull outta van to clean and organize anyhow.

E9ED28A2-7C04-4985-AA55-A302E6112AFB.jpeg

Re: Cordless impact gun?

punkrock randy /

Oops, left out a Bluetooth speaker and my M18 multi tool. Multi tool one of my favs. Waaay too much invested, but tools always worth it when u use them everyday.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

punkrock randy /

And magnetic base usb rechargeable flashlight and headlamp as well. Addiction.

image.jpg

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > Seth B Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > 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...

Pops you're a complete asshole. You thrashed no one but yourself showing how little experience and knowledge you have (by the shovel fulls) of impacts and usage.

> 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...

You are delusional and off your meds. Pops focus! The whole argument here was about using a loose fitting socket with an impact. Seth just backed up what I said and negated what you accused me of being "inexperienced about". Are you really that stoooooooopid??? How am I shut down moron??? Please elaborate.

> i have 19 mopeds plus 3

> scooters and cushman eagle....have plenty of hobbies

Oh boy that screams experience... Not! And you think you're the only one? Try working on 19 harleys a day (with larger and higher torqued fasteners) for a living and get back with me. You're the one with a moped that's been ran over twice by a car.

> 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...

It shows and thats on you. Seth just backed up what I said and blasted what you accused me of being "inexperienced about". Are you really that stoooooooopid??? Take your meds and a walk cause you are the laughing stock on all of M.A! But hey, you love to argue by your own public admission! (edited)

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> live ɘvil Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > Born to be WillD Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > dude yea that miluakee rules. I have a decent enough ryobi that'll do

>

> > moped stuff and light duty, but if something's really needing the

> action

>

> > I borrow my buddy's fuel

>

> Something else worth noting... If a gun fails to remove said fastener,

> try a socket slightly larger to help rattle it loose. It works sometimes

> but not always.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

Blaine- The artist formerly known as Plumber Crack "(OFMC)" /

Just a heads up, what you have there is the most powerful half inch cordless that I have ever seen. I don’t care what kind of bullshit numbers the tool guys throw at you, it will outperform any half inch pneumatic gun, no matter who makes it.

Just a word of caution. if you run Lugnuts with it, don’t run it until they stop. Because it won’t stop, it’ll keep going until the studs snap off.

I had a harmonic balancer bolt on a Mercedes that I couldn’t remove even with my three-quarter inch pneumatic gun. That fucking Milwaukee Fuel right there got the job done.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Blaine- The artist formerly known as Plumber Crack "(OFMC)" Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Just a heads up, what you have there is the most powerful half inch

> cordless that I have ever seen. I don’t care what kind of bullshit

> numbers the tool guys throw at you, it will outperform any half inch

> pneumatic gun, no matter who makes it.

>

> Just a word of caution. if you run Lugnuts with it, don’t run it until

> l they stop. Because it won’t stop, it’ll keep going until the studs

> snap off.

>

> I had a harmonic balancer bolt on a Mercedes that I couldn’t remove

> e even with my three-quarter inch pneumatic gun. That fucking Milwaukee

> Fuel right there got the job done.

That would be someone who is real and HAS real world experience^^

Re: Cordless impact gun?

punkrock randy /

Yeah, the 1/2” high torque fuel is a force to be reckoned with. I bought mine specifically because my crank pulley bolt was a complete asshole. Plus i had my eyes on it for awhile 😍

Re: Cordless impact gun?

Just what I need. Another freaking addiction. Thanks assholes ♥️

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> 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

Fastenal, thats where you go for fasteners, and used Dodge 2wd pick-ups. They always have about 4 for sale, never been a Dodge guy, but the new ones are nice, especially the 3/4 ton and up.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

Evil if you were trying to stir something up about blaine it didn't work...i.saw some of blaines work and complimented.him on it...he does seem to be up on things and cares about his work...i have also noticed that stephen keller seems to be on top of things and wants things done as they should be ...my hats off to both of them...

Re: Cordless impact gun?

" as they should be" is pretty subjective, to the individual, except for what works mechanically and what is cheating/jerry rigging, etc, that WILL work but not for long, I'm far from a professional mechanic, but I understand theory, and I buy and sell cars for fun, so I have experience in what holds up and what burns up. What is right for one is not always for others, have to keep that in mind before being judgemental, but I sure like that cordless ratchet I saw on here!

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> live ɘvil Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > Born to be WillD Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > dude yea that miluakee rules. I have a decent enough ryobi that'll do

>

> > moped stuff and light duty, but if something's really needing the

> action

>

> > I borrow my buddy's fuel

>

> Something else worth noting... If a gun fails to remove said fastener,

> try a socket slightly larger to help rattle it loose. It works sometimes

> but not always.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> > live ɘvil Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > > Born to be WillD Wrote:

>

> >

>

> > > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> >

>

> > > dude yea that miluakee rules. I have a decent enough ryobi that'll

> do

>

> >

>

> > > moped stuff and light duty, but if something's really needing the

>

> > action

>

> >

>

> > > I borrow my buddy's fuel

>

> >

>

> > Something else worth noting... If a gun fails to remove said fastener,

>

> > try a socket slightly larger to help rattle it loose. It works

> sometimes

>

> > but not always.

>

> Thats close to the dumbest advice i ever saw....a loose socket will

> round off shoulders on the bolt or nut or some times bust the

> socket....wow intelligence at it's finest

Now whos is the dumbest?? Pops stay focused and take your meds.

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Evil if you were trying to stir something up about blaine it didn't

> work...i.saw some of blaines work and complimented.him on it...he does

> seem to be up on things and cares about his work...i have also noticed

> that stephen keller seems to be on top of things and wants things done

> as they should be ...my hats off to both of them...

You are not a real person. Blaine is. I have done personal business with him long before you showed up six months ago. Try again...

Re: Cordless impact gun?

Blaine is not a shit stirer...>>> you are

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> Pops Peds Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Blaine is not a shit stirer...>>> you are

Never said he was. This is about you and me buddy and you dont own or know how to use an impact gun. Changing the subject again??? You were wrong and cant admit it pOpSoHiO. Repeat after me... A LOOSE FITTING SOCKET ON AN IMPACT CAN BE MORE EFFECTIVE THAN A PROPER FITTING ONE. (edited)

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> punkrock randy Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Cordless tool purchasing is an addiction. Ask how i know? This is most

> of my Milwaukee shit, had to pull outta van to clean and organize

> anyhow.

Awsome man. I get more shit as I need it or not. I have a small shop 24x24 heated insulated with a bunch of welders, plasma, drill presses, pexto bender, vintage horizontal band saw, 1940s 16" band saw converted to metal with treadmill electronics and dc motor. Need to get a new board. I also have recently been getting rid of a few vices that need good homes to friends. I have way to many tool boxes full of tools that I have collected over the years. I cant help myself to a good deal. Got a few gas powered compressors and welding shit. I'm a junk guy and will have projects until I die.

20200205_214233.jpg
Resized_20200619_193131.jpeg

Re: Cordless impact gun?

punkrock randy /

That bench vice stand is bad ass 🤘🏼. I’m about to have to move into a new garage, that’s gonna be a task and a half. Maybe not quite as bad as if you had to move yours. I’ll miss it, but I’m really gonna get this next one lined out proper. Hopefully won’t move again for many yrs.

DB2B2607-0CF5-489A-B164-1EB7F019AE9A.jpeg

Re: Cordless impact gun?

I wonder why the Irish Football association is sponsored by a Danish beer brand, that just doesn't seem right. (edited)

Re: Cordless impact gun?

> punkrock randy Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> That bench vice stand is bad ass 🤘🏼. I’m about to have to move into a

> new garage, that’s gonna be a task and a half. Maybe not quite as bad

> as if you had to move yours. I’ll miss it, but I’m really gonna get this

> next one lined out proper. Hopefully won’t move again for many yrs.

Nice. I spy what looks like a bw 16v valve cover gasket and some rabbit gti badges. Miss my rabbits.

HPIM0772.jpg
vacationland024-1.jpg

Re: Cordless impact gun?

My 81

4094eabc.jpg
147287d6.jpg

Re: Cordless impact gun?

punkrock randy /

You’ve owned some beautiful bunnys sir!! Unfortunately that VC gasket for my 20V 1.8T Passat. I recently got rid of my last Rabbit, 3rd that I’d owned.

3DA08F4D-596D-4FE5-B1A0-E338E375AF15.jpeg

Want to post in this forum? We'd love to have you join the discussion, but first:

Login or Create Account