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Central Pneumatic 6 in 1 Framing Air Nailer Model 91044 **1494**
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Central Pneumatic 6 in 1 Framing Air Nailer Model 91044
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Campbell Hausfeld 20-22 Degree Round Head Framing Nailer Nail Gun Air Tool
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Campbell Hausfeld 3-1/2 Inch 28-30 Clipped Head Framing Nailer Nail Gun Air Tool
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Campbell Hausfeld FP209599AV 2-Gallon Mini Twin-Stack Air Compressor with 1 1/4-Inch 2-in-1 Brad Nailer / Stapler Kit

Campbell Hausfeld FP209599AV 2-Gallon Mini Twin-Stack Air Compressor with 1 1/4-Inch 2-in-1 Brad Nailer / Stapler Kit
Price $129.99
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Product Features: The easy to read gauges allow you to monitor tank and hose pressure at a glance Ideal for inflation, brad nailing, stapling, air brushing and more The small size allows for easy storage and transportation On-board storage offers convenient access to your 2-in-1 nailer / staplerIncludes: 25' recoil hose 1-1/4" 2-in-1 nailer / stapler kit Female coupler Two male plugs Air chuck Inflation needle Inflation adapter Two inflation nozzles
Campbell Hausfeld CHN70899 Precision Guided 3-1/2-Inch Clipped Head Framing Nailer

Campbell Hausfeld CHN70899 Precision Guided 3-1/2-Inch Clipped Head Framing Nailer
Price $159.99
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Includes 34 Degree 3-1/2-in Clipped Head Framing Nailer (Open Box) - CHN70899AV, Batteries, Storage Bag, Fasteners, Instructional DVD
PORTER-CABLE C2002-WK Oil-Free UMC Pancake Compressor with 13-Piece Accessory Kit

PORTER-CABLE C2002-WK Oil-Free UMC Pancake Compressor with 13-Piece Accessory Kit
Price $124.99
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This highly portable oil free pancake-style air compressor packs a punch with an induction motor that provides improved performance and extended life, whether you're filling tires or firing a nailer. Complete with a soft-start motor, the C2002-WK can easily run off of normal household circuits and is able to run at 3.5 SCFM for faster recharge of its 6-gallon tank. The motor features replaceable brushes in order to extend motor life and 150 PSI max pressure to allow for extended run time. It also includes 120 PSI cut-in pressure that provides 30 PSI "Bonus Air" and High-Flo air regulator to protect against a large pressure drop. The C2002-WK includes a 13-Piece Accessory Kit with a 25-foot nylon hose, blow gun and attachments, tire chuck, tire gauge, quick coupler, plugs and Teflon tape.
Youtube Results For Campbell Hausfeld Framing Air Nailer


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This video shows the process of building a deck using the latest Campbell Hausfeld tools for the job. The Palm Nailer, Impact Driver, and Framing nailer are ...


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Campbell Hausfeld's full line of pneumatic nailers includes framing, brad and finishing nailers. Check out the demos of each in this short video. For more in...


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Don't be a Tool, be a Campbell Hausfeld! From flat tires, woodworking, and auto body maintenance, Campbell Hausfeld helps build your life with air power, one...
Yahoo Answers For Campbell Hausfeld Framing Air Nailer
Question Oiling air nailers?
I just bought some brand new air nailers but the thing didnt come with a manual. it came with some oil and theres a little sticker on each gun (3 1/2" framing nailer, 2 1/2" finish nailer, 1 1/4" brad nailer) that says to oil it everyday. theyre campbell hausfeld brand . i cant find a spot to actually put oil in either. where do i put this oil, how much of it, and how often? and do they come pre oiled or should i refrain from using them before oiling them?

Best Answer We oil ours 1 x month - put a few drops in the inlet air connection. AND has been mentioned DO NOT USE WD 40!!! That's good advice!
Question 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

Best 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.

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