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Old 12-10-2005, 08:16 PM
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you've hit most of the area's of concern

you can take a piece of 5/16 or 3/8 fuel line and put it around the cord to keep it from getting nicked at least at the ends
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keep them clean and put up when not in use

when I buy a new drill or impact something that has parts that will rust is 1 ST think is to degrease that part of it and scuff it up w/ some scotchbrite and tape it off and paint if I use Yellow or clears the yellow works on 2 levels keeps the oxidation out and you know its mine

always lube air tools at the beginning and end of use sometimes in between

make a place for them so they get proper storage (so there not in a big box or bag at the bottom getting knocked around


hope this helps
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