If it's manufactured by Makita it could be coming from Buford Ga. Is where they do their US manufacturing. I think it's their distribution hub as well.They are pretty close to me. But the shipment of the track is coming from the manufacturer. Who the hell knows, might come directly from China.
Do small slivers of wood clog it up:blink: I put about 5,000 feet of lumber through one and it kept getting clogged.https://www.toolnut.com/skilsaw-spt...erm=SHOP+NOW&utm_campaign=December+Deals+2018
Killer deal on this saw, till midnight tonight. I think I paid close to $700 this spring.
I love mine too, I work her hard and put her away wet and she fires up the next morning:thumbsup:! Ive had mine 2 years now,,:blink:Hopping on board the rear handle cordless bandwagon.... Hope it's a good place to be
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The DTD170Z is a nice one , it's called the XDT12 here in the states. It is very strong.Picked up a Makita 3ah battery today for $58. The Home Depot employees were very surprised at the $72 discount they had to give me :laughing: I'm trying to decide between the DTD170Z and the 154 impact drivers. I don't feel like I need the upgrade, but it's made in Japan and currently on for $130. So I'll probably pick that up this week as well.
Any good finds for pencil sharpeners that won't break the lead? How about ones capable of both round/flat.
So many renovation jobs I've come across the old hand crank pencil sharpeners in somebody's basement or attic and I kept one I keep in the garage it's awesome to this day.
:whistling:whistlingThe lead in the pencils these days suck.
I've been using mine every day for months now.. We use selfdrillers into 14ga. 16ga. and 18ga. We ues the Super Drives from Grabber.Where’s the collated attachments ?
Is the 1800 for decks ?
What gauge is the steel you fasten into? Too much torque strips out the steel.The sd 1800 is a steel tapper. Lots of torque
Yes they are Grabber. It's a big steel housing project i'm on now. We use all kinds of screws and the different screws come on different color strips. They are not all green, in fact only those 1¾" screws are green.Dirty my man. The green colliated are grabber right?
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I use the cordless with out the pogo stick. With a 6.0ah battery it puts in a ton of screws. My screw gun has a setting where it is only on when you press it down to drive the screw saving the battery a lot.Yeah...couple guys have converted theirs to cordless...gonna try to as well.