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PostSubject: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 1:53 pm

I think i'm going to add an electric impact driver to my tool box for the trails. any suggestions?
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 2:01 pm

The lithium ones are smaller & more powerful. Just drink more jack.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 2:04 pm

I keep a Dewalt 18 volt impact in my tool box. If you ever sink your rhino and need to clean your sheave out or if you have to change a belt in the woods you have to have a impact!
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 2:04 pm

pit dog wrote:
The lithium ones are smaller & more powerful. Just drink more jack.

drink more Jack ?????????????????? HOW ? lol. think dewalt is good---?
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 2:06 pm

You don't need one now Jet lol .... run 14 in the front ... 15 in the rear. Your gonna have to get use to this .... you just ride it! Unless you do it like Carolina ... that boy needs a snorkel!!!! Yahoo! Yahoo! Yahoo!
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 2:12 pm

I have a dewalt 18v it does the job.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 2:14 pm

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You don't need one now Jet lol .... run 14 in the front ... 15 in the rear. Your gonna have to get use to this .... you just ride it! Unless you do it like Carolina ... that boy needs a snorkel!!!!

James, i have the beadlocks and set it up with 8 front and 10 rear.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 3:37 pm

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WV Hot Rod Rhino wrote:
You don't need one now Jet lol .... run 14 in the front ... 15 in the rear. Your gonna have to get use to this .... you just ride it! Unless you do it like Carolina ... that boy needs a snorkel!!!!

James, i have the beadlocks and set it up with 8 front and 10 rear.

at least 12 all the way around or you'll bust a hole in it
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 7:05 pm

14 and 15 it is !!!
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 9:08 pm

Don't hurt urself jet
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 9:24 pm

Dewalt is what we use at work
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 11:32 pm

I don't have a cordless anything, but I do have a Dewalt sawsall and I can destroy anything with it. I know because I've seen me do it.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 3rd 2013, 11:42 pm

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14 and 15 it is !!!

I used to run 9 or 10 in the rzr with bighorns. I'm going to run 12 in the bighorns on the rhino. After riding with James the other day, I can see why he says such high pressure.affraid As speeds increase over rocky rutted out trails, so should psi or you will be taking corners on the sidewalls instead of the tread.

Let me break it down

9 psi= you can ride with Tbone all day long while getting max tread contact for max traction.

9 psi= you can run hard behind Hump all day as long as you slow down for the rough rocky stuff, then hammer down where you can.

12+= you may be able to catch Hot Rod (if he waits at the intersections) without knocking the tire off the bead or using the sidewalls as tread.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 4th 2013, 1:41 am

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Jet wrote:
14 and 15 it is !!!

I used to run 9 or 10 in the rzr with bighorns. I'm going to run 12 in the bighorns on the rhino. After riding with James the other day, I can see why he says such high pressure.affraid As speeds increase over rocky rutted out trails, so should psi or you will be taking corners on the sidewalls instead of the tread.

Let me break it down

9 psi= you can ride with Tbone all day long while getting max tread contact for max traction.

9 psi= you can run hard behind Hump all day as long as you slow down for the rough rocky stuff, then hammer down where you can.

12+= you may be able to catch Hot Rod (if he waits at the intersections) without knocking the tire off the bead or using the sidewalls as tread.

Sad but true!!!
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 4th 2013, 8:47 am

Hump wrote:
I don't have a cordless anything, but I do have a Dewalt sawsall and I can destroy anything with it. I know because I've seen me do it.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 4th 2013, 8:49 am

I run 12lbs in all four of mine....and I ain't trying to catch anyone
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 4th 2013, 3:57 pm

I've always run 12 all around too. Although I'm never going fast enough to run on the side walls. dynwim


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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 4th 2013, 6:29 pm

why would interco put 7 psi max on the side wall of the reptiles? it says 15 psi to seat bead and 7 psi max. they are raidials.

the big horns on the 550 grizzly say"do not exceed 36 psi to seat bead, see vehicle manufactures reccomended setting. i've been running them at 3-5 psi front and 5-7 rear.
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PostSubject: Re: electric impact driver ( cordless) for the tool box   February 4th 2013, 7:21 pm

Yotehunter66 wrote:
I've always run 12 all around too. Although I'm never going fast enough to run on the side walls.

I'm with you Yote !!!
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