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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by AccurateHT View Post
    Looks like the N88WW requires 7.5 cfm @ 80psi for 100 nails a minute. Without doing any math I think I can get 50 nails out of a 40cf
    My calculations come up with 533 nails.

  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by 270wsm View Post
    My calculations come up with 533 nails.
    Wow, I can run her on full auto!

  3. #29
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    I regularly run an 18 gauge nail gun off of my small refillable nitro cylinder. Works well, I get at least 30+ nails from a tank. No idea how long a 40 would drive a framing nailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolWine View Post
    I regularly run an 18 gauge nail gun off of my small refillable nitro cylinder. Works well, I get at least 30+ nails from a tank. No idea how long a 40 would drive a framing nailer.
    How small is small

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  5. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdblack View Post
    How small is small

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    This ... http://www.rehvacsterling.com/produc...eaning-system/

  6. #32
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    Sure you can. NASCAR has been using nitro tanks to do tire changes for years. It's actually better for the tools because there's no moisture in it.
    It Is What It Is

  7. #33
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    use co2 instead, the tank will last longer, don't forget to oil your gun

  8. #34
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    CO2 and N2 would work. Just depends on size of gun and tank as to how long. I have aired up tires with my N2 tank. Paslode Cordless Frame guns are cool too. Just EXPENSIVE!

    CT

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