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|01-11-2019 07:56 PM|
Originally Posted by DaninVan View Post
|01-11-2019 06:17 PM|
The pallets I have worked with, when you pull the slats off, normally the nails pull thru the slats, and are left sticking out of the 2X4 cross members. With that gizmo, the nails would only be driven into, not thru, the 2X4s. So it would not work well on pallets at all. |
Those nails are brittle, and if you try to pull them out, you can pull very few, they usually break. You can get them out tho, with a hollow drill bit in a drill. You'll make a bit of a hole, but those can be patched/plugged, and you won't have a nail left in the wood. A bit time consuming, but all in all usually worthwhile.
|01-11-2019 05:20 PM|
|01-11-2019 05:19 PM|
|DaninVan||I don't use pallet wood so not my problem.|
|01-11-2019 05:17 PM|
side note... |
the guy in the video could have pounded those nails back trough a little safer..
|01-11-2019 05:15 PM|
was the wood delivered free of charge??? |
or did you not take into consideration the time and vehicle expense to get those pallets home..
people that yell free don't/can't/want to think things through...
|01-11-2019 05:08 PM|
|DaninVan||Well, the wood is free; it's the nails that cost.|
|01-11-2019 03:36 PM|
common headed and ring/spiral shanks are a different story.. |
and how can you legitimately work free into this???
|01-11-2019 03:01 PM|
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