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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    And the answer is?
    Cordless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    let me borrow it, got an electric hedge trimmer and one of those old fangled 3 blade edger that both have cord cutting experience on their resumes.
    Btdt. And then there was the time I sucked up 50' of cord into the electric snowblower. I am not sure whether my wife or I will be the one to slay the first extension cord with the electric chainsaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    Don't do enough of that shit so you need cordless tools and don't let the alpster near your extension cords
    Can I borrow an extension cord?

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    What are ya gona do hang yerself with it ?
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    One of the most important things to learn in life is when to use corded tools and when to use cordless.
    I didnít realize until this week that battery chainsaws were a thing.


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    If you want me to take a dump in a box and mark it tubeless, I will. I got spare time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Can I borrow an extension cord?
    Do you know how to coil it up correctly?
    ďI have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.Ē

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoqpass View Post
    Do you know how to coil it up correctly?
    Only if I feel like it. On a side note, I have considered getting buckets to store the longer cords in.

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    Damn, we're in a tight spot!

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    Right, I have better places to put buckets than I do to hang stuff due to layout. Plus the two big fucking heavy cords don't hang well. Looping into a bucket is also easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    One of the most important things to learn in life is when to use corded tools and when to use cordless.
    Pretty sure the LesboStrap 3000 is cordless. PM Rontele for more details.
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Battle damaged extension cord verses battery op. Hmmmmm.
    make every day count

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    The Honda car key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm2e View Post
    I didnít realize until this week that battery chainsaws were a thing.


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    You obviously weren't paying attention. Take a lap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    What are ya gona do hang yerself with it ?
    Only if do yourself first to show me how.

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    I know itís just a hammer, but from demo to finish the smooth face 14oz Stiletto does it all.

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    I actually love framing hammers, but 14 oz? Not positive I'd even call it a framing hammer. Not hating just saying.

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    The Best Tool You Own

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I actually love framing hammers, but 14 oz? Not positive I'd even call it a framing hammer. Not hating just saying.
    If I didnít use it for everything id get the 16oz for strictly framing. But have you tried one of the ďmodernĒ Ti hammers?
    Itís all you need for a quiver of one.
    Velocity > Mass
    More control, less fatigue.
    Let the hitachi do the heavy lifting.

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    I get it but the opposite equation works too, and all the old framers I've known, and it's been a few, swing weight.

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    My wife contributed a 20 oz hammer to our sum of the parts makes more than the whole. Thing is a beast. However it's got a waffle patterned face, which sucks if you miss and hit something nice. I use it for destruction projects rather than construction.

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    Well it's for framing. Don't use it for shit you care about how it looks. I've had a 28-oz estwing for like 30 years, I used to love that thing but all the old guys hated on it for the steel construction and shock going through it because of it, beating you up, so I put it aside. Fucking thing looks like new still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    You obviously weren't paying attention. Take a lap.
    Oh, I was paying attention to you and your corded electric chainsaw. Trying to show you how to avoid another needless cord death.
    Now you take a lap.


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    I think cordless chainsaws are awesome mainly because I only have about a half-hour of hard work at a time in me at most.
    Last edited by iceman; 06-26-2019 at 05:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Only if do yourself first to show me how.
    never mind, you must be a software guy if you cna't figure that out
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
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    I know it’s just a hammer, but from demo to finish the smooth face 14oz Stiletto does it all.
    Our contractor has one of those and loves it. I don't know why though--the guy will drag a compressor and an extension cord off his truck to air nail four nails.

    An old Serbian plumber I've used is very proud of his $100 German channel locks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm2e View Post
    Oh, I was paying attention to you and your corded electric chainsaw. Trying to show you how to avoid another needless cord death.
    Now you take a lap.


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    Right. So you missed Bruce Springskiin's adventures with My First Saw on the Christmas tree lot then?

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