Pay as much attention as you can to remove all moisture from the supplied air before it gets to the gun, that single, simple trap supplied with...
No brainer, go for the Draper out of the two.
Had one for around 20yrs or so, had quite a lot of use, still going strong. Must say I use other brands of blades, o/e to expensive.
Does anyone know when this is, haven't had the need for a few years so my contact details with them is out of date, must correct that.
Try some Lincoln NR-211-MP.035 flux cored wire with a knurled 1.00 feed wheel, you will be amazed at the difference it makes. Gas is better but...
Try a 1.00 knurled wire feeder:)
Always assorted boxes/buckets on ebay, can be a real bargain. Or something like these:-...
You may find that you will soon blast your way though, bit too thin IMO.
I bought the same years back, had quite a lot of use, still good.
Your Halo is showing:)
Get into the real world my friend.:)
Forget it & plead ignorance if it comes up, nothing to lose.;)
I don't think a steel one would twist like the one in his image.
The one in your original post seems to be brass.
I think the imperial ML7 has a couple of allen cap screws as BS says unless it has the metric conversion when it will have a clamp IIRC.
I have a...
This anything like?.
You tend to expect better from Makita, obviously not.
Tried that, ok for a while the sticking & hard to operate again.
Rubbish slide on/off switch on my Makita, not had much use, is there a rocker type switch to replace?.
Is it worth your time?
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