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  • 20.07.18


    Posted By Kurt Nohel

    What do you do when you need a power tool part and it's discontinued? Searching for a discontinued part can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack.

    We're going to give you 3 ways to find the discontinued parts you need.

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  • 16.01.18


    Posted By Kurt Nohel

    Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. Look for any cuts or crimps in your cord.

    When using an extension cord, be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current your

    product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of

    power and overheating.

    The following table shows the correct size to use depending on cord length and nameplate ampere rating. If you aren't sure what gage to use, use the next heavier gage. The smaller the gage number, the heavier the cord.

    Extension Cord Chart

  • 10.01.18


    Posted By Kurt Nohel

    Here at we know all about the importance of taking care of not only your cordless drill battery but all cordless tool batteries. In this article we'll give you tips that apply to all cordless batteries but we thought it would be good to focus on the most popular.

    Milwaukee Battery and Charger

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  • 21.09.17


    Posted By Kurt Nohel

    Most newer corded power tools come with Polarized Plugs. A polarized plug has one blade that is bigger than the other. This plug will only fit in an outlet one way. This was created to prevent electric shock. If a polarized plug doesn't fit, flip it. If it still doesn't fit then the outlet being used will need to be changed by a qualified electrician. Never change or alter the plug in any way.

  • 21.09.17


    Posted By Kurt Nohel

    Before using your router on an actual work piece, let it run for a while. Watch for wobbling or vibration that could indicate an improperly installed bit.

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  • 15.08.17 Posted By Kurt Nohel

    The replacement parts industry in itself is a cold industry. For example, a roofing contractor's RN46-1 Coil Fed Roofing nailer starts blowing air out of the top of the gun. They toss it aside, grab a different nailer and keep going. Lets say they decide to throw a RN46-RK repair kit in the gun. They search RN46-RK into their favorite search engine and boom. They click on the first one or the cheapest one or the one with the best shipping. They buy it and that's it.

    Yes, a lead from a search engine isn't a bad thing but we want people to buy from us because we provide something different. We want to build relationships with our customers that last a life time. We're here to help in whatever way possible.

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