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I use a little pump oil when my sawzall chuck is stuck. Works like a charm

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Pump oil?


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phishfood wrote:
Pump oil?

Yup.

Works great.


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plumbfitter wrote:
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Pump oil?

Yup.

Works great.

We call that zoom spout oil. I think it's a brand name.


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Debo22 wrote:
plumbfitter wrote:
phishfood wrote:
Pump oil?

Yup.

Works great.

We call that zoom spout oil. I think it's a brand name.

Ours is made by "Masters"

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I spray my with wd40 just about after every time I used the saw..

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Anyone seen the new Milwaukee impact driver designed for no hub bands. It has torque setting for 60 & 80 in lbs


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deerslayer wrote:
Anyone seen the new Milwaukee impact driver designed for no hub bands. It has torque setting for 60 & 80 in lbs

I was looking into it.

I do a fair about of MJ work, dunno if its worth it tho. I think it was like 200$

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I need to get another battery operated saw....I kill them quick, but they sure are nice to have when you have one cut to make and need 100 feet of cord. Extension cords are a time killer....and I forget to take them with me...I just lost my 25 foot somewhere this week. Time to find another old vacuum cleaner at the dump....


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Battery technology is coming such a long way. Ive been going more and more battery tools rather than corded.

I have a power inverter in my truck and am able to charge batteries as I drive so I always have one juiced up

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Battery technology is coming such a long way. Ive been going more and more battery tools rather than corded.

I have a power inverter in my truck and am able to charge batteries as I drive so I always have one juiced up


I tried that with my inverter, but it blows the internal fuse....


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Pinky wrote:
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Battery technology is coming such a long way. Ive been going more and more battery tools rather than corded.

I have a power inverter in my truck and am able to charge batteries as I drive so I always have one juiced up


I tried that with my inverter, but it blows the internal fuse....

I have a milwaukee dual voltage charger hooked up to mine and it works like a charm.

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