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DEWALT 30-Degree 3-1/4 in. Paper Tape Collated Framing Nailer DW325PT New - $155 + FS, Porter-Cable 3pc Finish Nailer & Brad Nailer Combo Kit PCFP12234 Recon - $150 + FS

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DEWALT 30-Degree 3-1/4 in. Paper Tape Collated Framing Nailer DW325PT New [ebay.com] - $154.99 + Free Shipping
  • Includes
    • 30 Degree 3-1/4 in. Framing Nailer - DW325PT
Porter-Cable 3pc Finish Nailer & Brad Nailer Combo Kit PCFP12234 Reconditioned [ebay.com] - $149.99 + Free Shipping
  • Includes
    • 6 Gallon 150 PSI Pancake Compressor
    • 2 in. 18-Gauge Brad Nailer - BN200SBR
    • 2-1/2 in. 16-Gauge Finish Nailer - FN250SBR
    • Heavy Duty 3/8 in. Crown Stapler - TS056
    • 25 ft. Air Hose with Coupler & Plug
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#2
whaaat? wow. fantastic deal. I wish I needed this, I really do
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#3
If the compressor is the 2002, it's the loudest damn compressor I've ever heard.
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Brand New on sale for $199 at home depot for the Porter Cable kit.

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Porter-C.../203471431
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Quote from surgeman13 View Post :
If the compressor is the 2002, it's the loudest damn compressor I've ever heard.
Anyone able to find the actual part number on the Compressor? I've been in the market for one, sound isn't a huge issue over performance/cost.

Any idea what the nailers can be sold for?
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I could use a framing nailer, anyone have this Dewalt? Is it any good? Good price?
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I could use a framing nailer, anyone have this Dewalt? Is it any good? Good price?
I'm pretty sure this is the same DeWalt I borrowed from my neighbor for a 200' shadowbox fence project. It was perhaps an older model, but still a 3 1/4" 30-degree framing nailer. The magazine was fiddly and needed just the "right" number of nails in the mag to work smoothly. You certainly couldn't rely on bump-firing the thing for very long. Regulator was set correctly but the thing kept blowing the main seal. Tried a new seal kit, same result. He had another DeWalt backup, same model, still kept blowing seals. I ended up finishing the last half of the fence with a palm nailer.
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looking at the site I'm confused. Does the porter cable deal come with the compressor? If yes this is a great deal (I have this combo at home). you might need to rebuild the regulator every few years for $25. I'm still on my original after 6 years.
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#9
I have had the porter cable kit for a few years. Purchased at HD @ $229 back in 2014.

Other than the short stock cable it's been a great kit. Done plenty of finishing work but I've never used the stapler.
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I used to have an air tool repair business and can confirm that this model (and others like it) is one of the worst compressor designs available (which was good for me, because it kept me busy). The older (and heavier) Porter Cable pancakes with a splash lubricated pump were very good, but in an attempt to lower the production cost and/or weight they have also greatly reduced the reliability. There are other good Oil-less compressors on the market, but this isn't one. That said, if all you need is something to pump up the occasional tire from time to time, this would likely serve you for a long time. If, on the other hand, you want to use this for work, look elsewhere.

I would recommend folks in the later category to search pawn shops for a good deal on a oil lubricated compressor...or just wait for a deal on one. You'll generally have a much longer service life out of most any oil lubricated pump.
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Last edited by MaverickKWS July 1, 2016 at 06:39 AM
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Can this compressor be used for spray painting ?
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Can this compressor be used for spray painting ?
Nowhere near enough CFM (this one is only about 3-4CFM @ 40PSIG) for most HVLP guns. You would need to at least double the CFM to be effective with a spray gun (bare minimum of 5, with 10+ recommended for continuous spraying). Now if you are talking about a air brush, then it has air to spare, as those require very little.

For those wondering, it's definitely not enough air for most any rotary air tool (e.g.: air ratchet, impact wrench, cut-off tool, side-grinder, die-grinder, sander, et cetera) either. It's really only sufficient for filling tires and running 1-3 nail guns (depending upon size...you could probably get away with 1 roof nailer, 2 framers, or 3 finish nailers running simultaneously), but it won't last long with that sort of cycle time (it'll be running nearly non-stop and that's pretty hard on any oil-less design). If you want to do serious work, it would be a worthwhile investment to purchase a good oversized oil lubricated compressor (and if used in a large shop environment with heavy demands a pressure lubricated pump would be best).
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I could use a framing nailer, anyone have this Dewalt? Is it any good? Good price?

Important note!

This nailer does not fire full head nails. It fires clipped head(partially cut off) headed nails.

Many jurisdictions/building codes do not allow this type of nail for framing due to the potential loss of strength due to nail head.

i.e. You may build something with this and then have your inspector tell you to tear it down and rebuild with real nails. Not super likely, but check before buying this nailer just to save $15 over what everyone else sells it for.

If you want to save money and use real nails that are allowed by all jurisdictions, try the 21 degree nailer from Harbor Freight for $60 after coupon: http://www.harborfreight.com/21-a...69927.html

2" longer, 1lb heavier, but works well.
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I was thinking this was a better deal considering it looks to have the hose, is brand new and an online coupon can be applied to lower the price.
[QUOTE=caninusouza;86687447]Brand New on sale for $199 at home depot for the Porter Cable kit.

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Porter-C.../203471431[/QUOTE
Edit : nevermind the Porter Cable one has a hose. Pretty cool deal
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Last edited by 355lt1vette July 1, 2016 at 02:19 PM
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Quote from 00dahc View Post :
Important note!

This nailer does not fire full head nails. It fires clipped head(partially cut off) headed nails.

Many jurisdictions/building codes do not allow this type of nail for framing due to the potential loss of strength due to nail head.

i.e. You may build something with this and then have your inspector tell you to tear it down and rebuild with real nails. Not super likely, but check before buying this nailer just to save $15 over what everyone else sells it for.

If you want to save money and use real nails that are allowed by all jurisdictions, try the 21 degree nailer from Harbor Freight for $60 after coupon: http://www.harborfreight.com/21-a...69927.html

2" longer, 1lb heavier, but works well.
I can't say for sure about this particular Dewalt nailer, but my "clipped head" Porter-Cable nailer does just fine with code-compliant offset full-head nails.
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