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post #261 of 3785 Old 11-05-12, 10:11
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And here she is ...............




Old unit bit the dust last week.
Doe that thing have enough CFM to run an air impact wrench?
I thought my harbor Freight compresser would work for that but turns out I would need a really big compressor to run the impact wrench I have

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OK so the question for the morning is, how much compressor do you need to use an impact wrench?.. as surely i will use an air ratchet off and on and some occaisional impact use.

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post #263 of 3785 Old 11-05-12, 10:42
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As much capacity as you can afford to have unless you want to wait for recovery...


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post #264 of 3785 Old 11-05-12, 10:42
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OK so the question for the morning is, how much compressor do you need to use an impact wrench?.. as surely i will use an air ratchet off and on and some occaisional impact use.
They tend to use 5-7 CFM average air consumption. (They need a lot of volume of air, not pressure). I think my compressor puts out like 5.3CFM, so it really doesn't have enough volume to get the maximum use of the impact wrench. ie: I have a better chance of loostening lug nuts with a breaker bar, THEN using the impact wrench to finish taking it off.
So it doesn't work at the point you need it most.

I would say you need at least 7CFM to really get started but to get the full use of the torque it can provide, you need this bad boy that puts out 15.8CFM at 90 psi

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post #265 of 3785 Old 11-05-12, 11:04
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as i scrolled down, i was like holy hamster cages on top of a BBP!!!!!!!!!!

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Tom, here's the link to the compressor I bought.

http://www.chpower.com/productdetail...pressor_hl5402

I only have an electric impact right now, so I can't test how well it would do with a pneumatic one. The only air tool I have (and always forget to use) is a Craftsman air socket (ratchet) wrench. I also have a HVLP air gun, but really don't see myself painting any more, too much trouble. The salesman (at Grizzly) had this model and said it did well with air nailers, ect. I'm just planning on airing up tires, and if I ever remember, the air wrench, lol.

Spidey is right - recovery is the biggest issue. That's the reason I went with this dual-tank design, it's supposed to help with that.
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We use the BRAM, or Big Red Air Machine.
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Come on out for the rat raid in april then?..... not to be a dick but please tell you werent at that DOUCHE BAG ass million bike march shit in st. louis, or whatever they call it?
had to edit as the homosexuals should not be classified with these people who did this so called ride.
let me know when it is in april and ill make sure to put in for vacation and of course i was there just not on the bike. i was working and them dick heads caused me to sit in traffic for hours since i drive for work. i hate them ass holes.
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post #269 of 3785 Old 11-06-12, 01:52
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Yeah would be nice to have more than just two Daytonas down there, the more 675s the better. We had a blast last year, all these guys are great guys and glad SSB talked me into going.

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Yeah would be nice to have more than just two Daytonas down there, the more 675s the better. We had a blast last year, all these guys are great guys and glad SSB talked me into going.
I am glad, shit how the did i find out and end up going?

Tom how is the kendon trailer search going?
Found one somewhat local to me in oregon, left the guy a message just waiting to hear back from him..

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