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well, between me, my brother and some mates... we decided that workin' on cars... is a laugh.... but... sometimes takes too long... enter... the power tool world! :D

ok, so i've got a compressor, but we don't work on the cars at mine.. so means not able to use air tools...

hence investing in....



gotta love technology! biggrin.gif

No Load Speed: 0-2400 Rpm
Impacts per Minute: 0-3000 Ipm
Max. Substained Torque: 180 Nm

highly recommend these bits of kit to anyone, chippies on site are using them more than normal drills these days!!!! extremely powerful! :D

oh, also brought a new decat sunday (off jono, cheers bud! the ladies skyline is nice too! ;))... just gonna wait for the impact drill to arrive so i've actually got a reason to use it! lol
 
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Dewalt oh.. Good make anyway. What kinda money are they over there if you d'ont mind me asking. There was a picture of your car in J tuner for JAE. Did you see it??
 
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i paid ?185 delivered for it... but it also came with



over here the impact wrench alone retails for ?150 without batteries and charger.... they're still silly month here....

worth well into ?300 really....

12V makita ones you can get for about ?150 with a free cordless drill and 3 batteries.


yea, did see it in Jtuner, shame it's a bad pic! :( still, it's in there! :D

for anyone interested that didn't see it, off topic i know... :(
 

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Nicely said:
Air tools are the way forward... :p
Old trusty spanners is the way :)
Have some electric and air tools. But I don't use them much :(
They're just to big and bulky to use when working on the engine.

Wheel change is a blast though :)
 

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Try changing suspension components with spanners and sockets, then with an air wrench. Basically quarter the fitting time...
 

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Nicely said:
Try changing suspension components with spanners and sockets, then with an air wrench. Basically quarter the fitting time...
Helped my friend change suspension on his GTI-R. The air tools made it fun :)
So it's a good thing to have in the garage :)

To bad they don't make very very very small air tools. Could have used one when I changed turbo gasket. Or the turbo elbow.
 
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topper... i even spoke to you ya fool!!!! LOL you and your lady friend was just gettin' food with ming!

remember, i asked you if you'd sorted that solenoid problem out! haha
 
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