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Old 02-27-2013, 11:09 PM   #201
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I just got a new Ingersoll Rand 3/8 drive impact gun.
Electric or air?
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Old 02-28-2013, 05:32 AM   #202
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Ooops, forgot to mention what drives it. AIR baby!!
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Ive been thinking about investing in a 3/8 air gun but wasnt sure if it was worth it.
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Oh its worth it alright! Its about half the size, half the weight of its bigger brother 1/2" drive gun that I have. Its nice getting into cramped areas. I love how fast it is too. Zips nuts off before you get a chance to scream. Oh, I mean the other nuts.
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lithium ion battery ones are the way to go for the big impact and the small bolts. this one is light as one of those cheap battery screw driver but as powerful as any regular 14-16v drill. and the battery lasts about a month of doing things in the shop and work all the time. i just put a 3/8 socket drive bit in it

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Bought a new rotating amber roof light, and a steering wheel spinner for the Silverado.

I have amber lights for storm spotting, and some of the other NWS projects I'm involved in, mainly to keep from getting run over when taking observations.
I had a nice roof light, but it was getting old, and at some point the magnet separated from the base and it went flying. Grabbed one of those cheap LED lights at Walmart, which is a piece of junk.
So I broke down and got a nice teardrop shape rotating halogen. Was tempted to get a light bar, but too expensive for now.

And the nice aluminum wheel spinner....on a truck. I know, weird. But,
I managed to break my left wrist while skating, so I'm driving one handed. And that truck is a beast to try and do tight turns with one hand. The spinner helps out a ton, especially since I'll probably be in a cast for 6 weeks
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7" full throttle suspension lift

now looking for rims and tarz
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When you buying a daily driver? A 3/4 ton quad cab with a 7" lift and 35s is a great truck for a Saturday cruise, but is not to enjoyable as a daily driver. Parking sucks, backing out of parking spots is a accident waiting to happen. Noise level from tires.......

Lets start hearing about your daily driver ideas.
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When you buying a daily driver? A 3/4 ton quad cab with a 7" lift and 35s is a great truck for a Saturday cruise, but is not to enjoyable as a daily driver. Parking sucks, backing out of parking spots is a accident waiting to happen. Noise level from tires.......

Lets start hearing about your daily driver ideas.
Last I checked she only owns a 1/2 ton truck. Also, I've driven a lifted Ford 4door long bed. It ain't nothing if you know what you're doing.
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Key phrase Nick. "IF you know what you are doing".
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