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  • Jigantor
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    Yesterday I purchased another air tool for the hanger.
    A belt sander.
    Most air tools are cheap in comparison to electric tools but these belt sanders are the opposite.
    They are as dear as poison.
    They come in different belt widths and lengths.
    Handy tool for removing rust and mill scale, paint and other junk before welding.

    Ji
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  • Jigantor
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    Hi Smooth,
    Oh I see.
    Yeah that does help a bit.
    Here in Australia that home would cost $500 000.00 AUD if you were to get a builder to do the job.
    Basic building rate here is $1000.00AUD/square meter or $93.00AUD/sqaure foot.
    Not including land
    The extral ceiling height, higher roof pitch, central heating and so on would be extra.

    Anyway beautiful home.
    Love the car and quad work.

    Ji
    Last edited by Jigantor; 09-15-2010, 05:50 PM.

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  • smooth72
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    Not rich, just pay on it. Compared to others, Oklahoma you get allot more house for the money and since we allot of the work/labor ourself you save from 1/2 to 2/3 the cost. I see the cost per sq. ft. on houses on the DIY shows in other states and the cost is usally double or 3 times.

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  • Jigantor
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    Hi Smooth,
    Very nice work mate.
    You must be rich, looking at your home and all your toys.
    Well done
    Keep up the good work

    Ji

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  • smooth72
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    Also like to polish things.

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  • smooth72
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    Originally posted by Stomper View Post
    HOLY AIR TOOLS BAT MAN!! Thats alot of flippen air tools. Do you actualy use all of them? BTW cool idea.
    I do allot of projects,from decorative iron, building on the house, fiberglass creations, to working on my 72 vette. If you notice not one of the them are shiny and unused. Fiberglass takes allot of shaping tools and if your not a great welder, welding takes allot of grinder tools




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  • doramider7
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    Originally posted by Jigantor View Post
    Hi Smooth,
    Yes I was about to post the whole thing but got dragged away.
    Here we go.

    Ji
    My hanger will be fixed under a metal shelf so I need a beam.
    I purchased a 25 x 25 x 3mm or 1" x 1" x 1/8" aluminium square tube. I also purchased some female Nitto air tool couplers and some 1/2" UNF 20 1 1/4" bolts.
    These are the main parts that were required.

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  • Stomper
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    Originally posted by smooth72 View Post
    My version. I only add a mount when I add new air tools that way I know if something is missing.
    HOLY AIR TOOLS BAT MAN!! Thats alot of flippen air tools. Do you actualy use all of them? BTW cool idea.

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  • Jigantor
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    Hi Smooth 72,
    Yep and I bet you need every one of them.
    Your wife is lucky she has a man that has the right tool for the job.

    Ji

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  • smooth72
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    Originally posted by Jigantor View Post
    Hi Joe,
    I think we are talking about two different things mate, my hanger only has 12 connectors which comes to $48.00. You must be talking about Smooth 72's air tool hanger. Yes he has a lot of air tools. I would say if you can afford that many air tools a few hundred bucks for a hanger is bird seed.

    Ji
    I get my connectors from Harbor Freight on sale for about $2.50 a set. My collection of tools are from many years and allot of them are Harbor Freight purchased on sale. Also a tip, any time your wife ask you to do a project, tell her you have to but a tool to do it

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  • leenco12
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    Originally posted by Jigantor View Post
    Hi Smooth,
    Yes I was about to post the whole thing but got dragged away.
    Here we go.

    Ji
    My hanger will be fixed under a metal shelf so I need a beam.
    I purchased a 25 x 25 x 3mm or 1" x 1" x 1/8" aluminium square tube. I also purchased some female Nitto air tool couplers and some 1/2" UNF 20 1 1/4" bolts.
    These are the main parts that were required.

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  • Jigantor
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    Hi M K,
    I don't use my Snap On 1/2" impact driver every day so it sits in a different roll cab, but here it is supported by the new hanger. I am not sure if it could hold 3 1" air guns, I guess someone will have to test it out.

    Ji
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  • m.k.swelding
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    looks good but i wonder how that would work with my 3 1inch air guns

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  • Joe from N.Y.
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    Originally posted by Jigantor View Post
    Hi Joe,
    I think we are talking about two different things mate, my hanger only has 12 connectors which comes to $48.00. You must be talking about Smooth 72's air tool hanger. Yes he has a lot of air tools. I would say if you can afford that many air tools a few hundred bucks for a hanger is bird seed.

    Ji
    yes sir, my mistake. that's what i get for posting on this forum while drinking...

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  • Jigantor
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    Hi Jrscgsr,
    Thanks for the kind words.
    If you have time I am positive you could get the connectors cheaper than me. Well done mate that makes it affordable for everyone at that price.

    Ji

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