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Post #147856714 added 06-15-2021 5:17 PM by ToolDeals in Deal Talk
For certain, no matter how many laws are created, how much 'safety' oversight is afforded, how many pages in the owner's manual that refer to owner's safety, it remains impossible to manufacture and...
Post #147830845 added 06-14-2021 12:04 PM by burner1515 in Deal Talk
It's not just one blowout. You just said it yourselves, you know what you are doing, others don't, that leads to a blow out. If you think the average person buying a compressor in this price point...
Post #147829711 added 06-14-2021 11:09 AM by ZeeDuck in Deal Talk
Actually "leak before break" is a real thing and is how these units are designed. Bursting tanks are likely those that were spot welded when they started to leak or in at least one case I'm aware...
Post #147828013 added 06-14-2021 9:35 AM by ToolDeals in Deal Talk
That is the trouble with the internet... one tank explodes out of millions sold and suddenly, they all will. '3 generations of racing' must not be very good at it, because I see nothing but a...
Post #147826333 added 06-14-2021 8:04 AM by burner1515 in Deal Talk
I definitely do. Yes they can last a long time with care and maintenance. You are still constantly stressing them and age is a factor. See my post above for just one example of a tank that did...
Post #147826015 added 06-14-2021 7:47 AM by burner1515 in Deal Talk
No, that's not what will happen. Lucky if it does. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sm_FJ6Pat4I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2LbTHfU5fQ Just one example. plenty of other videos where a...
Post #147815896 added 06-13-2021 1:00 PM by JMBauer74 in Deal Talk
A. "About the same" and "same as" aren't the same. :) B. Proof that the asterisks would indicate such a thing? There's probably a footer with the product specs that explain them. C.Bob and...
Post #147813880 added 06-13-2021 10:28 AM by ZeeDuck in Deal Talk
I certainly wouldn't claim all of these Stanley Black and Decker compressors are the same but at least these Bostitch, PC and DeWalt models appear to be all but identical....
Post #147813748 added 06-13-2021 10:20 AM by jeff34270 in Deal Talk
A. Are you just trying to distract from the fact that they're all about 30lbs? B. The fact that there's unexplained asterisks leads to the likely possibility that the measurements were taken...
Post #147813298 added 06-13-2021 9:40 AM by JMBauer74 in Deal Talk
A. You're the one who mentioned DeWalt in your list of "equal" air compressors. B. If you say they're the same, then why would the conditions they're measured be different? One is more than twice as...
Post #147812185 added 06-13-2021 8:29 AM by jeff34270 in Deal Talk
A. Good grief, you didn't even mention the DeWalt until your third point, but no matter, it is 30lbs as well. B. Without knowing the conditions under which the Db are measured, you can't...
Post #147811855 added 06-13-2021 8:04 AM by JMBauer74 in Deal Talk
A. I didn't say PC. I mentioned the DeWalt. But I see what you did there. You switched to the "red" one. B. Bostitch is rated at 78.5 dBA. The PC is 82 dBA. Apparently your understanding of this is...
Post #147811087 added 06-13-2021 7:03 AM by jeff34270 in Deal Talk
A. The manufacturer pages say the Bostitch is 29lbs and the PC is 30lbs. Big whoop. B. The Bostitch is claimed to be a few DBs quieter, but they have asterisks after the rating without...
Post #147810799 added 06-13-2021 6:37 AM by JMBauer74 in Deal Talk
Actually I could: A. Pick them up and know that the Bostitch would be lighter B. Turn them on, and observe that the Bostitch is quieter C. Use them, and observe that the DeWalt is more...
Post #147810298 added 06-13-2021 5:45 AM by jeff34270 in Deal Talk
Did I say they were the exact same thing? Nope. I said they were more-or-less the same thing, which means that there are some minor differences. I doubt that you, or any other typical...
Post #147809872 added 06-13-2021 4:48 AM by ZeeDuck in Deal Talk
This is a non-issue. If the tank rusts through it will form a pin hole leak first. Once the tank starts to leak like that it's done. Don't repair it and it won't pop.
Post #147808720 added 06-12-2021 11:38 PM by ShrewdHome1675 in Deal Talk
$199 at homedepot. $99 is the lowest price ever have seen!
Post #147808660 added 06-12-2021 11:28 PM by ToolDeals in Deal Talk
Probably, but that 6.5 HP Craftsman vac on sale at Ace Hardware works well from the discharge port.
Post #147808630 added 06-12-2021 11:25 PM by ToolDeals in Deal Talk
Drain the moisture out of the tank on a regular basis, as they rust from the inside out.... and the tank will last several decades. The chance of a tank exploding is about as likely as being struck...
Post #147808513 added 06-12-2021 11:11 PM by riggedveda in Deal Talk
When I'm repairing my fence I'm usually replacing pickets and not entire panels. I use a finish nailer to attach the thin spruce pickets to the rails so I don't split the pickets. Maybe there are...
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