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Max CN70 1-3/4-Inch to 2-3/4-Inch Coil Framing Nailer by Max. Buy new: 0.00 9.75 . 3 new from 9.00. 2 used from 9.00. Only 3 left in stock – order soon.

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CONSTRUCTION COIL NAILERS – MAX USA CORP.

MAX has nearly 50 years of manufacturing experience of pneumatic fastening tools. … Framing coil nailer CN890II (Discontinued) Home; Product; Where to buy;

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CONSTRUCTION COIL NAILERS – MAX USA CORP.

MAX has nearly 50 years of manufacturing experience of pneumatic fastening tools. … Framing coil nailer CN890II (Discontinued) Home; Product; Where to buy;

Original Source: http://www.maxusacorp.com/product_list.html?middle=construction_coil

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Dewalt DCN690 cordless framing nailer

The Dewalt DCN690 is a revolutionary cordless nail gun, the machine works using a Lithium-ion battery and no fuel cell as is typical in most other cordless n…


dakota asked are max pneumatic framing nail guns any good?

the max framing nail gun are they any good,and what dose the letter ch means or rh in number gun SN883CH/28 or SN883RH/28 and looking for dealers

And got the following answer:

Pasloade are the best in the market. You’ll never go wrong.

Pasloade 900420 Gas Powered Framing Nailer IM325ct

read asked where can I find a hitachi nail gun magazine?

I have a Hitachi framing strip nailer NR83aa. i need a magazine for it and i am having a lot of trouble finding one. Magazines from NR83a and NR83a2 do not fit. does anyone know where i can find a magazine preferably for under $50

And got the following answer:

Well, the part is discontinued so that’ss why you’re having so much trouble. I did find it for $80.. way above your $50 request. Is it worth 80 for a device that is so hard to repair it it breaks again…

http://www.mastertoolrepair.com/hitachi-nr83aa-framing-nailer-parts-p-5255.html?slave_id=13335 for the $80 part.

Amazon sells the whole nailer for $269. http://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-NR83AA-Clipped-Construction-Nailer/dp/B0000225JK

Ebay has one for sale at $155 max. (bid is $135 i think)

You could use your old one for spare parts. That wasn’t very helpful was it. I feel your frustration.

ADKstorm asked Air Compressor choosing help for using a framing nailer and other nailers?

I am a weekend do-it-yourselfer looking to buy an air compressor to aid in a project basement finishing of a 12’ x 12’ room. One tool I would like to use is a framing nailer with an air compressor to frame the partition walls. I really don’t want to spend a lot of money on a compressor. I have spoken to a tool manufacturer on their framing nailer and they keep saying they recommend an air compressor with 6 CFM @ 90 PSI. Doesn’t CFM mean the recovery rate of the compressor? If I have 90 PSI coming through the regulator then it should work fine right?

If I have to waiting a few minutes between shooting a half a dozen nails, its no big deal.
Would I be better with a 150 max PSI compressor or one that is 125 max PSI?

Compressor?
Porter Cable 150 max PSI, 6 gallon – 2.6 SCFM @ 90 PSI ($180 US, includes brad nailer)
or
Campbell Hausfeld 1.3 H.P. 125 max PSI, 15 gallon – 3.7 SCFM @ 90 PSI ($180 US)

Framing nailer?
Grizzly 21 degree round-head model #H7665 ($100 US)

Thanks!!!
Aussie, you sound like your giving me advice if I were a new contractor. I will only be using nailers …no wrenchs, grinders, or sprayers. I still consider CFM recovery….Is it not true that CFM is the flow of air into the tank that the compressor motor can produce? If so, CFM is only a term used when the compressor is running….when off, you simply have PSI until it lowers to the point that triggers the compressor on to repressurize the tank at the desinated flow rate (CFM). ……maybe I am wrong, but this seems to be logical. As I stated before, I have no problem waiting after every 1/2 dozen nails for the compressor to catch up. I’d rather do that than pay an arm and leg for one you suggest

And got the following answer:

I own the Porter Cable compressor you mention and it works fine with a framing nailer. It also is very portable which is a huge asset if you need to work on a different part of the house later. However, I find myself wishing I had a larger compressor with a higher scfm rating when I try to do other jobs like spraying or using mechanics air tools. If you really think you won’t need to do anything besides nailing get the smaller compressor. The porter cable brad nailer works fine as a bonus.

You are correct that the scfm rating is the recovery rate. If you have two units with equal sized tanks, the one with the higher scfm rating will fill its tank faster. 125 PSI is more than enough for any tool. The 150 PSI rating on some units helps the compressor to cycle less because it can store more air.

ADKstorm asked Air Compressor choosing help for using a framing nailer and other nailers?

I am a weekend do-it-yourselfer looking to buy an air compressor to aid in a project basement finishing of a 12’ x 12’ room. One tool I would like to use is a framing nailer with an air compressor to frame the partition walls. I really don’t want to spend a lot of money on a compressor. I have spoken to a tool manufacturer on their framing nailer and they keep saying they recommend an air compressor with 6 CFM @ 90 PSI. Doesn’t CFM mean the recovery rate of the compressor? If I have 90 PSI coming through the regulator then it should work fine right?

If I have to waiting a few minutes between shooting a half a dozen nails, its no big deal.
Would I be better with a 150 max PSI compressor or one that is 125 max PSI?

Compressor?
Porter Cable 150 max PSI, 6 gallon – 2.6 SCFM @ 90 PSI ($180 US, includes brad nailer)
or
Campbell Hausfeld 1.3 H.P. 125 max PSI, 15 gallon – 3.7 SCFM @ 90 PSI ($180 US)

Framing nailer?
Grizzly 21 degree round-head model #H7665 ($100 US)

Thanks!!!
Aussie, you sound like your giving me advice if I were a new contractor. I will only be using nailers …no wrenchs, grinders, or sprayers. I still consider CFM recovery….Is it not true that CFM is the flow of air into the tank that the compressor motor can produce? If so, CFM is only a term used when the compressor is running….when off, you simply have PSI until it lowers to the point that triggers the compressor on to repressurize the tank at the desinated flow rate (CFM). ……maybe I am wrong, but this seems to be logical. As I stated before, I have no problem waiting after every 1/2 dozen nails for the compressor to catch up. I’d rather do that than pay an arm and leg for one you suggest

And got the following answer:

I own the Porter Cable compressor you mention and it works fine with a framing nailer. It also is very portable which is a huge asset if you need to work on a different part of the house later. However, I find myself wishing I had a larger compressor with a higher scfm rating when I try to do other jobs like spraying or using mechanics air tools. If you really think you won’t need to do anything besides nailing get the smaller compressor. The porter cable brad nailer works fine as a bonus.

You are correct that the scfm rating is the recovery rate. If you have two units with equal sized tanks, the one with the higher scfm rating will fill its tank faster. 125 PSI is more than enough for any tool. The 150 PSI rating on some units helps the compressor to cycle less because it can store more air.

dakota asked are max pneumatic framing nail guns any good?

the max framing nail gun are they any good,and what dose the letter ch means or rh in number gun SN883CH/28 or SN883RH/28 and looking for dealers

And got the following answer:

Pasloade are the best in the market. You’ll never go wrong.

Pasloade 900420 Gas Powered Framing Nailer IM325ct

read asked where can I find a hitachi nail gun magazine?

I have a Hitachi framing strip nailer NR83aa. i need a magazine for it and i am having a lot of trouble finding one. Magazines from NR83a and NR83a2 do not fit. does anyone know where i can find a magazine preferably for under $50

And got the following answer:

Well, the part is discontinued so that’ss why you’re having so much trouble. I did find it for $80.. way above your $50 request. Is it worth 80 for a device that is so hard to repair it it breaks again…

http://www.mastertoolrepair.com/hitachi-nr83aa-framing-nailer-parts-p-5255.html?slave_id=13335 for the $80 part.

Amazon sells the whole nailer for $269. http://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-NR83AA-Clipped-Construction-Nailer/dp/B0000225JK

Ebay has one for sale at $155 max. (bid is $135 i think)

You could use your old one for spare parts. That wasn’t very helpful was it. I feel your frustration.

ADKstorm asked Air Compressor choosing help for using a framing nailer and other nailers?

I am a weekend do-it-yourselfer looking to buy an air compressor to aid in a project basement finishing of a 12’ x 12’ room. One tool I would like to use is a framing nailer with an air compressor to frame the partition walls. I really don’t want to spend a lot of money on a compressor. I have spoken to a tool manufacturer on their framing nailer and they keep saying they recommend an air compressor with 6 CFM @ 90 PSI. Doesn’t CFM mean the recovery rate of the compressor? If I have 90 PSI coming through the regulator then it should work fine right?

If I have to waiting a few minutes between shooting a half a dozen nails, its no big deal.
Would I be better with a 150 max PSI compressor or one that is 125 max PSI?

Compressor?
Porter Cable 150 max PSI, 6 gallon – 2.6 SCFM @ 90 PSI ($180 US, includes brad nailer)
or
Campbell Hausfeld 1.3 H.P. 125 max PSI, 15 gallon – 3.7 SCFM @ 90 PSI ($180 US)

Framing nailer?
Grizzly 21 degree round-head model #H7665 ($100 US)

Thanks!!!
Aussie, you sound like your giving me advice if I were a new contractor. I will only be using nailers …no wrenchs, grinders, or sprayers. I still consider CFM recovery….Is it not true that CFM is the flow of air into the tank that the compressor motor can produce? If so, CFM is only a term used when the compressor is running….when off, you simply have PSI until it lowers to the point that triggers the compressor on to repressurize the tank at the desinated flow rate (CFM). ……maybe I am wrong, but this seems to be logical. As I stated before, I have no problem waiting after every 1/2 dozen nails for the compressor to catch up. I’d rather do that than pay an arm and leg for one you suggest

And got the following answer:

I own the Porter Cable compressor you mention and it works fine with a framing nailer. It also is very portable which is a huge asset if you need to work on a different part of the house later. However, I find myself wishing I had a larger compressor with a higher scfm rating when I try to do other jobs like spraying or using mechanics air tools. If you really think you won’t need to do anything besides nailing get the smaller compressor. The porter cable brad nailer works fine as a bonus.

You are correct that the scfm rating is the recovery rate. If you have two units with equal sized tanks, the one with the higher scfm rating will fill its tank faster. 125 PSI is more than enough for any tool. The 150 PSI rating on some units helps the compressor to cycle less because it can store more air.