Any othere tradesman on here? My go to hammer is the Hart 25 oz framing hammer. What do you guys use and why?
Dude its a piece of hard material used to hit things. How much money do you really need to spend on one and what the fuck is there to discuss?
>THIS ONE HITS SHIT BETTER THAN THAT ONE
>NO FUCK YOU THIS ONE DOES
22oz Maydole straight claw. Hits well and, though I have to be mindful of the wood handle, I find the beefy claw pries and separates better than other straight claws I've used. I also like the notion that a perfectly acceptable tool is still being used 90 years later.
Big clumsy thing that, don't like it at all, makes a pinging noise with every strike
I've used this hammer and its p good, heavy though, and i have little girly wrists. I like my estwing 20oz it's pretty cheap, hits nicely, and to be honest if I've got thousands of nails to nail I'll just use a nailgum
> not dead blow hammer master race
Joke aside, I use these for electronics and machine repair. I feel they're just more precise and lighter while still packing some punch for what I do.
This guy. Because not everyone needs to beat the shit out of something
not sure about $300, but this is the most expensive one i know of.
Still can't find that damn company I'm thinking of (want to say the company's name was German/central European), but I came across this site that has some neat looking hammers on it.
>hit small metal things with big metal thing all day
i still use a california framer, i just cant go without a wood handle.
>what tool this is ?
You could be a little more specific with your inquiry.
Take your pick.
deburring tool (made by many brands) manual blind rivet puller/pop-rivet tool.
-Thanks a lot for making me watch this fucking how to install a fucking vent screen on a fucking skeedoo video.
That's a hole saw. Looks like about 1-1/4" give or take. Apparently that doesn't matter since he didn't say. If it's plastic you'll want to keep the speed down so you don't melt it and if fiberglass you'll also want carbide tipped. something a long the line of pic related, this one drills it's own pilot hole.
What is the purpose of the vent (isn't it open just behind this thing anyways?) besides paying for this guys sooperdooper mod vent screen kit?