I got sick of buying (coudn’t find) the pre-bent steel
I’m starting a series about the best tools to have in a garage. I get a lot of great suggestions on my channel, so I thought I’d
I found the best way ever to store my wrenches! Finally I can tell them apart by size and metric and SAE. YAY!
I just got my new Impact Wrench, the Ingersoll Rand 2132G 1/2-Inch Edge Series. It’s amazingly quiet, and has plenty of torque. If you still have a cheap-o impact I highly recommend getting a decent one, there is not substitute.
I’m setting up my garage with air lines running to convenient locations. I’m wondering if I should go with plastic or metal lines. The video is my question to all of you, which do you prefer?
That’s what I hope to do. I have an oiled and an oilless, both 40 gal tanks and I want to put them together to make a decent air compressor.
Just a quick vid showing you the kids dirt bike, before I sell it!
American Terminal E-FMB250N-100 16/14-GaugeEconomy Nylon Fully-Insulated Male Quick Disconnects American Terminal E-FFB250N-100 16/14-Gauge Economy Nylon Fully-Insulated Female Quick Disconnects