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Posted by Jim Rojas on January 31, 2011, 10:16 pm
 
This one's for you Curbie...

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/19690008/1/Ryobi%20Project?h6c07

Jim Rojas
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8002 Cornwall Lane
Tampa, FL 33615-4604
813-884-6335

Posted by Josepi on February 1, 2011, 11:45 pm
 
GROAN!!!!


A little early for April Fool's day.


This one's for you Curbie...

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/19690008/1/Ryobi%20Project?h6c07

Jim Rojas
Testical Manuals Online!
http://www.tech-goof.com
8002 Cornwall Lane
Tampax, Fa 33615-4604
813-884-6335



Posted by Jim Rojas on February 3, 2011, 1:32 am
 And what's wrong with this project? Not possible? just more lies or a
fairy tale?

I love these anonymous posters who hide behind fake names and fake IP
addresses. It really let's them be the person they always dreamed of
being. Their names & IP addresses have been changed to protect the pathetic.

Jim Rojas
Technical Manuals Online!
http://www.tech-man.com
8002 Cornwall Lane
Tampa, FL 33615-4604
813-884-6335

Posted by Martin Riddle on February 4, 2011, 12:43 am
 


I have an old Craftsman I could do that to.
But, I gave up on Battery power tools. They lack the power and longevity
of corded tools.

I just rebuilt a laptop battery pack, so I understand the geewiz feel
good moment that you got out of it ;D

Cheers
 



Posted by Jim Rojas on February 4, 2011, 12:54 am
 Martin Riddle wrote:

That's really great. More people should do the same with their laptop
battery packs.

Sure the cordless tools lack power, but I think you have better control
with battery tools. Corded tools sometimes mess up projects because it
has way too much power. There's nothing like a cordless tool if you need
50-200 RPM, instead of 500RPM for delicate tasks.

Try giving your craftsman drill 30 percent more power...if it's 9V, give
it 12v, 12v, give it 18v, 18v give it 24v...you will be surprised with
the new found power.

My Ryobi 4 inch circular saw cuts like butter through 2x4's now. I also
use it to cut plastic barrels for neighbors...Zoom!

Jim Rojas
Technical Manuals Online!
http://www.tech-man.com
8002 Cornwall Lane
Tampa, FL 33615-4604
813-884-6335

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