Available at www.tradecounterdirect.com DeWalt DC800K Professional Impact Wrench – Cordless 36 volt Powerful fan cooled motor delivers up to 440 Nm of sustained torque and up to 2500 impacts per minute for heavy duty fastening applications – All metal gearing for efficient power transmission and long tool life – Aluminium front housing for better weight and balance – Modular component design for easy access and fast service – Rocker switch for fast and easy forward and reverse selection – 1/2 (13mm) square drive allows for quick and easy bit changes – Rubber coated grip to reduce surface vibration and user fatigue – Exclusive Nano Phosphate Li-Ion battery pack provides 2000 Charge Cycles, more than double that of NiCd/NiMH packs – Nano Pack produces 36V power at equivalent weight to 18V NiCd/NiMH pack weight Applications Fastening small metal constructions Fastening wheels, panels and other vehicle components Anchoring of support jacks, angles, brackets in concrete, solid brick etc Tightening together rafters Fastening roof sheeting to metal girders Fastening pipes and rails to walls Fastening wood forms for making concrete constructions Fastening extruded metal sheet to metal frames for roofing Fastening sandwich panels to the building or roof structure
DJ Copp, tire changer for #47 Marcos Ambrose NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Team demonstrates a tire change with the Ingersoll Rand NASCAR Thunder Gun and the Ingersoll Rand Street Legal Thunder Gun. Not much difference in time…take a look.
ULTRA QUIET 2135QTiMAX from Ingersoll Rand at SEMA
Watch DJ Copp demonstrate how quiet the Ingersoll Rand 2135QTiMAX is compared to the Ingersoll Rand Thunder Gun. The video doesn’t do it justice. In person, the 2135QTiMAX sounds quieter than your average cordless tool. Seriously. What’s more, it still has 1100 lbs of Nut Busting Torque. more info about ULTRA QUIET 2135QTiMAX from Ingersoll Rand at SEMA here
DeWalt DC234KL 36v Cordless SDS Hammer Drill
Fo r more about DeWalt DC234KL 36v Cordless SDS Hammer Drill stay here at. Available at www.tradecounterdirect.com DeWalt DC234KL Professional Hammer Drill – Cordless 36 volt SDS Hammer Drill * Ideal for drilling anchors and fixing holes into concrete, brick and masonry from 4 mm to 24 mm * New 36 Volt LiIon technology delivers significantly improved user flexibility through 70% more runtime compared with 24 Volt, over double battery life and 80% full charge within 30 minutes charging * Large 19 mm optimised hammer mechanism delivers corded drilling performance * Efficient and compact gearbox for longer runtime and lighter weight * Extremely compact design and rear mounted battery for excellent balance and optimum comfort * Internal mechanism connected to external housings via spring dampeners meaning significantly lower vibration, reduced user fatigue allowing longer operating periods * Impact-stop mode for rotary drilling only in wood, ceramic, steel * Rotation stop for light chiselling applications in plaster, tiles and render * Electronic motor brake for additional control * Quick Release SDS Toolholder and 3 Jaw Chuck supplied for easy switching between hammer/rotary hammer and rotary only applications * Spring loaded battery latch system and guiderail for quick change and and secure battery fitment * Modular component design for trouble free servicing * Rubber coated grip to reduce surface vibration and user fatigue Specifications * Voltage: 36 V * Battery: Li-Ion 2.2 Ah * Power Output: 450 Watts * No Load Speed: 1150 rpm * Impact Energy …
My Tool Cart
More every day all about My Tool Cart: I’ve had this cart for about 4 years. It’s paid for itself. I really like this setup but I’m finding myself running to my backup box more and more. My backup box is a 41″ top and bottom Craftsman ball bearing with latch grip. I have been thinking about just going with a 41″ bottom roll cabinet as a tool cart. Anyway this is my daily drag as of 2-15-11. Thanks for watching, video was recorded by my phone, Droid X. Blue Point Roll Cart buy1.snapon.com
Two Wrench Leverage Trick. Using two wrenches to increase leverage on a tight nut or bolt.
Two Wrench Leverage Trick. Using two wrenches to increase leverage on a tight nut or bolt : Just a quick video on how to use two wrenches together to increase leverage and loosen a bolt. Can really save you if the bolt is hard to access or you can’t get a breaker-bar and a socket in on it. I’ve used this trick a lot working on trucks when I get into spaces that no ratchet will fit into. You can also use this trick to tighten a bolt, just flip the second wrench to the other prong of the first wrench (mirror image of the loosening position) and tighten away.