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Go to www.provisiontools.com, I think this would be a much safer option. Plus the PiViT Ladder Tool has 8 functions and is a must own for anyone who uses a ladder on a regular basis.


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Rust doesn't spread from one tool to the other. The theory that I go by with my tools is that dirt and sawdust draws moisture, which leads to rust. Clean, well-maintained tools with a wipe down with oil will last quite a long time. Throw a piece of chalk in your toolbox, after cleaning everything out.


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The Evolution Rage 3 has a three-part hinged mechanism that pushes the lower blade guard clear. One part of this mechanism was bent out of shape, and straightening it fixed the problem.


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The parts list shows M1 Blade Guard and Linkage EV3BSM1 1 M2 Blade Guard Release Lever EV3BSM2 1 From which I deduce that Wayfaring Stranger's comment is a good one to follow up. Your saw has a locking lever for the blade guard. The User Guide also shows 2. Blade Guard Locking Lever So maybe that lever is jammed/clogged or not in the position ...


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Normal "full length" sledge is 8 lbs, normal "hand sledge" (short handle) is 4. Excess weight may have two downsides - one is more wear and tear on you the operator, and the other is that you may get lower velocity on your hits - and since energy is mass times velocity squared, a hammer weighing 12 lbs still needs to make at least 81% of the velocity of the ...


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Pull it straight out the opposite way it went in. The retaining ring is a spring steel circle of round wire that is split on one side. The diameter of the circle is very slightly smaller than the distance around the points of the 1/4" hex bit: The ring is inserted so that it floats inside of a groove around the inside end of the driver tool socket. When ...


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An electric chipping hammer makes short work of difficult soil removal in tight spaces. It can also chip rough holes through masonry.


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Good old blood, sweat and tears, maybe? No, seriously... ;-) If you can dig a hole on both sides, inside and outside the crawlspace, maybe you could use that auger with the drill to punch a hole through to connect the holes, then run your conduit. You could also potentially "drill" the hole with pressurized water, but that's less than desirable in your ...


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Does the roller brush turn freely? If it doesn't, pull it out and check to see if the brush bearings are turning in the roller brush. Second, make sure both belts are in place and not broken. Another problem: maybe the clutch itself is bad.



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