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m. d. D.
m. d. D.

Instead of shimming the casters with washers - which will cause them to be unlevel if you move them - install leveling legs that will allow you to raise/lower heights, but gives you the flexibility of moving the cabinets by backing the legs off.

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RushTest 4Echo
RushTest 4Echo

Leveling legs all the way

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ras1500
ras1500

+3...I was going to suggest using the same type of levelers that come with appliances (like washing machines).

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Robert Bamford
Robert Bamford

+2. Plus leveling legs will make the carts rock solid.

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Robert Phillips
Robert Phillips

Me too. Viking arms do this but are expensive

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Aaron Berk
Aaron Berk

+1 I like this idea too

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Stefan Pia
Stefan Pia

Make height adjustable table tops for the two units whereby you can raise, lower, or slope each independently. That will allow you to keep the mobility if necessary and adjust the tops to level regardless of slope. Love your humour

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Jon Simon
Jon Simon

Anwenk Leveling Feet Heavy Duty Furniture Levelers Adjustable Table Leg Leveler w/Lock Nuts for Furniture,Table, Cabinets, Workbench,Shelving Units and More,Bla

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Jay Ligue
Jay Ligue

Build permanent work benches for miter saw and roll Milwaukee mobile boxes under miter saw benches for storage. Roll them out when you need another work surface. Take advantage of their mobility in a small shop.

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M4A NOW
M4A NOW

@Paul Kruse if only he knew someone that could do trim work😂

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Paul Kruse
Paul Kruse

This definitely sounds like the best option for a small shop. You get a level miter table, and you keep the mobility and extra functional work bench space when you need it. In this scenario, all you need to worry about is the right-side gap between the bottom of the permanent bench and the top of the Milwaukee bench will be larger than the gap on the left-side. You may have to trim out the underside of the permanent bench to hide the gap difference, if you're even worried about that kind of thing.

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XRRS24
XRRS24

My thoughts exactly. I would perhaps even mount the miter saw bench to the wall and then indeed make these boxes slide just under the bench.

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Gary Thomas
Gary Thomas

Perfect. I think this is absolutely the best advise given. Makes really good sense. I know I would be glad at some point later on.

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David Bryan Woodworks and More
David Bryan Woodworks and More

You can’t underestimate good functionality in a small shop. It was smart of you to use tool storage boxes under the miter saw wings. Much more practical than miter stands. Good job. I’m liking your space so far. Pretty good. I’m still working on my shop after the new minimax slider. It’s been fun. Almost feeling like it’s a new shop again.

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David Bryan Woodworks and More
David Bryan Woodworks and More

@Finish Carpentry TV Thanks a lot. Its amazing how much a shop can get so messy before it gets better. When are you getting your saw by the way? I heard it was taking a year to get one these days.

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Finish Carpentry TV
Finish Carpentry TV

I saw your shop on the last video. Table saw Looks like a dream.

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Brian S
Brian S

If your willing to leave the toolboxes where they are you could take the casters off and put them on wood toe kick frames.

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Thad H
Thad H

This.

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scorley2011
scorley2011

I agree, one thing to consider is if it is a cutoff saw station you really don't want to have it move around and then have to re adjust everything back to specs such as level and tracks and tape measure

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Samuel Jardine
Samuel Jardine

@Finish Carpentry TV you could just cram some 4x4's + shims under the boxes to pick the casters up off the floor and level them out. Then if you need to move them you just jack up one end, pull the blocks out, etc.

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LoneWolf Ranger
LoneWolf Ranger

Amazon sells spacekeeper casters that allow you to step on them, bringing the faster down when the bench needs to be moved. Otherwise they are lifted out of the way. It requires the bench to be mounted to a wood frame on the bottom. Not that expensive and they carry a ton of weight.

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Finish Carpentry TV
Finish Carpentry TV

Good idea. Will definitely consider that option

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clutchconnor0
clutchconnor0

Love my Dewalt pancake compressor. Such a key tool in my workflow. Being able to blow air on carpentry projects. Let alone can hook up my framing gun and roofing gun for more serious work. Dewalt all day.

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Northern Lights Renovations
Northern Lights Renovations

For what it's worth, here's my idea for getting the tool chests level and at the right height. Cut some wedges (ramps) and then using a drum sander create a divot with the depth at the right height for each wheel. That way you can roll the tool chest off the ramp when you need to move it.

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David Bryan Woodworks and More
David Bryan Woodworks and More

Man I love my battery nail guns. Especially the 16 gauge and 23 gauge. Haven’t had a compressor on site forever. It’s nice.

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M4A NOW
M4A NOW

That was super interesting to see that the thinner 16 gauge went through the ash straighter than the 15. But is there really a benefit to one over the other? The nails are so close in size and the lengths are in the same options. Is there really a time when you think, "ya know, I'm going to go with the 16 instead of the 15" and vice-versa?

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M4A NOW
M4A NOW

@Marc I know, I really want an answer

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Marc
Marc

Can't wait to see the answer, I was also wondering between the two

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Vinnie Savarese
Vinnie Savarese

Build a permanent work bench and roll the tool boxes underneath, with a slopped floor and 8 wheels getting it perfectly flat will be difficult and then if you move it you’ll throw it all off. This way you’ll have the bench surface of the saw and then the added benches of the tool boxes if needed and when you don’t you can tuck them back under and out of the way.

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D nyce
D nyce

Love your work...love the channel....I think you should build a ramp with the same slope to make level with flat landings for the wheels in case u need to roll them out for any reason. Hope my idea can help.

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Seth Hamilton
Seth Hamilton

I just ordered two of the 52" mobile workstations (after seeing this) because I think the clamping ability of the raised worktop will be excellent along with my miter saw. I may even router in some t-tracks.

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Phillip Bohl
Phillip Bohl

I had a similar setup…rolling tool cart on either side of a window …slope problem. I built a torsion box “countertop” with triangle supports on either side of the window that in turn support the bridge that holds the saw. The countertop is high enough for me to park my rolling tool boxes underneath. Max flexibility.

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Pseudo Mortality
Pseudo Mortality

I love my 15g nailer. Never let me down. Consistent drives. Never had a jam or misfire. Can’t go wrong. Preferred over my pneumatic Bostitch

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Firetruck Gaming
Firetruck Gaming

To make leveling those tool boxes way easier, invest in 2 of the Viking Arm. They make so many jobs easier. Just be careful of all the knock offs. They should be around $200 each. I know Massca products sells them and I think Home Depot is selling them now. Best money I have spent.

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Ross Boyd
Ross Boyd

Build a level deck for both box’s to roll up on . Use 1/2 birch plywood and taper cut the framing. You should be able to roll the boxes on and off on the shallow end . Just put plenty of support under the plywood

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tuzyzx
tuzyzx

I second this. build a level ground for the boxes that way you can still move them if you want, without the casters being off level or modified. Doesn't need to be very high, just high enough to fit the wood and the framing as well as account for the slant. Great idea.

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D.I.Y Bri
D.I.Y Bri

Love my 15 and the framing nailer. Highly recommend the M12 23 gauge pin nailer!!

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Scott Morgan
Scott Morgan

I just ordered the pin nailer over BF, hoping it runs as good as the bigger guns seem to!

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Phil Harden
Phil Harden

You might consider mounting the tool chests right to the wall studs which would make them much more stable and would allow you to level them.

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MacFerg
MacFerg

Change the right sides 2 rollers out with leveling feet , level up then when needed then you can twist them up off the floor and still roll around on the other 4 wheels or maybe do both ends all 4 and it would still probably roll around on just the 2 middle rollers, just balance . This can work any place so if you move around or out to the driveway would be same level. Keep it simple.

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jetmaster1221
jetmaster1221

As usual awesome video. I went compressor free 2 yrs ago. I did have to use compressor just for the 15ga nail gun but everything else is Milwaukee. I used a crown stapler when I didn’t want to use compressor. I still have all power tools in the truck as back up.

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Keñeth
Keñeth

Remove casters and hang them on the wall leaving room to run a dust mop under as needed. Or do a simple search for heavy duty workbench leveling feet. You can leave the casters on and outboard mount the levelers.

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Ben Phelps
Ben Phelps

Build a separate toe base for each of the cabinets level those, then remove the casters and set the tool boxes on those. Also look into the new woodpeckers stealth stop miter saw system. you can put it into the top and the flip stops fold down into the table so they arent in your way,

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Retro-Tech
Retro-Tech

Great review! I’ve been waiting years for Milwaukee to re-release these weapons! I’m so pumped up they look like they did their homework. I hope my guns perform as well as these👍👍👍

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bskelly
bskelly

Looking forward to your miter station build. I picked up a couple of husky rolling boxes a few months back and started on mine. Just got busy and haven’t finished it yet. Also I guess because I just don’t know how I want to do it. I did end up pulling the wheels off my buses and building a level platform for them to sit on. Looking forward to your ideas

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Josh Alonzo
Josh Alonzo

Build a platform that spans both tool chests that way you use threaded leveling feet and recess the t-track into the platform. Then just drop the full length platform on top of the chests without permanently modifying the chests. Then add small drawers into the platform for measuring tools of small jigs.

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A wood worker
A wood worker

I always thought that the nails that curve give a better fix especially if on goes left and the other goes right. So I don't see that as a bad thing.

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Dwayne Nero
Dwayne Nero

Just wanted to say how I had to do exactly the same thing when I got my Milwaukee rolling tool chest out of my truck, but I also had the top half of the bench as well. I wish I could show you the pictures. Made the same ramp with wood planks and tires underneath for cushion incase it fell. So Yes I got both pieces out by myself. Getting them in the truck was just lucky because the rolling flat table trucks at HD were just the right height with the bed of my truck to slide them in on their backs .. butttt it took 3 or 4 guys from HD just to put it on the rolling table and just me to put it in and take it out of my truck. ... anyway I gotta get back to your video and checkout your review of those guns... later dude...

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Daryl Davirro
Daryl Davirro

I built bases to put my tools boxes on and make them level. Worked great and made the base removable so I could still roll the toolbox around.

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Jim R
Jim R

Love your videos. i have been using air for years, framing, 16, and 18 ga. purchased a dewalt 18ga last year no complaints. now after reviewing several videos on milwaukee i am thinking about either the 15 or 16 ga but cannot make up my mind as i have never used or considered a 15ga. what and where would i need a 15 ga vs a 16 ga? thanks in advance

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Greg Powell
Greg Powell

The 23 is the best on the market unless you want to go with a grex which uses gas cans. The grex is also a huge gun but it will shoot 2” pins into any wood you put in front of it.

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Tim J
Tim J

Use wheel coasters that protect your carpet and cut out ply wood or rubber liner the same shape and glue them together ! Hopefully you get the idea 💡

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Tom Fairbanks
Tom Fairbanks

Have the new 18 ga and it's amazing. Bought the framer 2 weeks ago and it's amazing. Can't wait to get my hands in the 15 ga and m12 pinner

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Isaac Ocasio
Isaac Ocasio

In my garage I built a reverse sloped platform to make up the difference. Now all my cabinets and miter station are 💯 level. 17 feet by 23 inches. Growing from 1 inch to 2 1/2 inches. Now all set

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Lloyd Straight
Lloyd Straight

Just purchased the Milwaukee brad nailer, 18 gauge and it works great. Nice demo!

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x user99
x user99

Impressive that you were able to unload that rolling tool station yourself... and quite ballsy for you to trust that plank. I have the same one and that thing is intimidatingly heavy.

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Kevin in the USA
Kevin in the USA

Someone has said below, get some leveling legs and bolt them to the base of each tool box. I have seen some with the push down to lift pegs that are adjustable for this purpose. The nice thing is that if you move them around, you can level them all over again.

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waliasha72
waliasha72

Have you thought about leveling casters. I know northern tool has them but it really depends on the bolt pattern of existing casters.

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bobwalsh57
bobwalsh57

I had a similar problem. I just built a platform that made the top level ad added the wheels (inset) under the platform. If the workspace is going to be fixed, just leave the wheels off. You can paint the platforms to match the cabinets.

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Chris Stirling
Chris Stirling

I’ve used the older Milwaukee guns and found that you can’t limp wrist when shooting or the nails don’t set. The brad worked the best IMO. I’ve had better results with the DEWALT.

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Leandro Aldana
Leandro Aldana

Maaaan Richard your too cool man been watching your videos for years and always loving them. Keep up the great work and content man👍 for another 100 years!

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Nick B
Nick B

Milwaukee needs to step the light output up on these tools. I can't say I've been in a situation where I've needed it and its been very useful.

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Yohanathan Downs
Yohanathan Downs

My 18g has saved me so much time and effort. Love these tools

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Leo Higgins
Leo Higgins

Thank you, I am done reparing my pas load 16 gauge and off to order this one, your test was complete and very clear

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D Nelson
D Nelson

What do you typically use the 15 vs. the 16 on? I've always used the 16 for hanging doors, but those are generally hollow core. I'm a GC and work on multiple phases, when doing finish it's usually doors, windows and base for the nailers. Just wondering if a 15 makes more sense over a 16. Great content, thanks!

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Ahoda Mahingan
Ahoda Mahingan

Eviction Carpentry this is what I’ve usually done. Really I don’t think I knew there even was a 16g.

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Eviction Carpentry
Eviction Carpentry

15 for doors. 18 for trim.

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Darren Marsh
Darren Marsh

I always use the 15 on interior doors. If its solid I screw and nail the hinge side. 16 for base and case.

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Ahoda Mahingan
Ahoda Mahingan

I’m wondering the same thing.

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John Lease
John Lease

I would look into Grangers catalog and maybe ditch the wheels and go with adjustable rubber fitted legs with a few inches of adjustment. Then you can start on the high side of your floor with it as low as possible and adjust everything as you move down slope. You do give up mobility but I think it would be worth it. Looking for to the updates on the new guns. Been considering switching to Milwaukee guns just for the zero rap up.

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Michael Argo
Michael Argo

I just ordered the 15ga I’ve been waiting on you to get one and see how they did. I bought the 18ga after seeing you enjoy it so much and it has actually made me start buying only Milwaukee power tools. What was the deal with the first gen? Did you ever use it

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James Siemers
James Siemers

You are tall enough. Cut a sheet of 3/4 ply in half length wise. Shim the plywood on the floor to make a level surface. Then you can roll the tool boxes onto the plywood without having to modify or adjust the tool boxes in any way.

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Fredrik Fredriksen
Fredrik Fredriksen

I really like the new DeWaukee finish nailers you've got there!

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atamagashock
atamagashock

Been waiting to see more about these guns before I pulled the trigger. After watching this, I’m definitely getting that 16 ga nailer. Nice and quiet, fast, precision shooting, just seems like they nailed it (no pun)

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Stanley Pearse
Stanley Pearse

Great video, but please help educate me. As I primarily work in a shop environment, 1) What would be the driving reason to have both the 15 and 16 gauge gun? 2) Besides the 15 gauge nail being thicker, in what applications would I use it over the 16?

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Jason Strecker
Jason Strecker

This may be a bit of a noob question, but when would you use each gauge? I use 18 for base and casing.. where are the 15 and 16 better for? Thank, love the channel.

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Jim McMahon
Jim McMahon

15 ga good for face nailing hardwood and stair treads and siding

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qzetu
qzetu

Don't shim the casters. Leave them alone. Do your adjusting on top of the tool boxes by building a platform and raising the mitersaw.

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Justin Zanone
Justin Zanone

my suggestion is to use 1-2 small car jacks under the tool chest, that way you can easily let it down if you need to roll the chest around.... 2 would allow you to raise one side more than the other, if needed

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David Suarez
David Suarez

I love my 18ga version. You’re making props for Enter the Dragon remake!!

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rubbingisracing1
rubbingisracing1

My favorite nail gun fo woodworking is my cordless pin nailer. It’s just as good as using CA glue

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Kat
Kat

Attach adjustable legs next to the casters. If you ever need the toolboxes to be mobile, just shorten the legs.

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Paul Jones
Paul Jones

To level the saw station,put deminishing shimmeson on floor floor fix plywood with upstanding and lock wheels in place when ply and shimmes are levelled

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Matt Koke
Matt Koke

Ditch the casters on the tool boxes. Then you can either level the boxes or level the top you put across the boxes.

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J Purdum
J Purdum

Can you do a video for us newbie trim installers on what you use each guage for? 15ga for doors? 16 guage for base and casing? 18 for stain grade trim? what are your tricks for choosing the right guage?

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Marty Josephson
Marty Josephson

Hi Rich, if you floor doesn't slope to much, maybe you could make the entire surface co-planer with the floor (on a slight angle) it might help with all that shimming the when you make the saw stand it too would be co-planer with the floor, it might eliminate all the shimming, just a thought, good luck and I know you will do an awesome job what ever route you take.

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Al Amantea
Al Amantea

Pull the casters off and make a level base from 2x dimensional lumber to serve as a base for the boxes. They don't need to roll around in the shop.

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AaronZ
AaronZ

Idea… what if you build a level flat spot on the concrete for those to sit on top of. That way if you need to move them around they aren’t semi permanently tippy. Because you don’t want to have to take your tools out just to turn them over and take washers out.

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Deborah Coughlin
Deborah Coughlin

I have the 15, 18 and 23. The 16 is pointless. you've basically got 2 finish nailers now and wont think about which one you grab since they are so identical, but you'll probably say "stronger is better" and always grab the 15.

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Henri
Henri

@Deborah Coughlin I'm going to have to get one of these 23 gagues! I also got to checkout how big the 23 nail is compared to 18. The 23 looks very promising!

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Henri
Henri

@EatMoreBBQ! You can use 15 for windows too.

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Deborah Coughlin
Deborah Coughlin

@Henri small trim pieces where you dont want the indentation from an 18 and then have to fill.

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EatMoreBBQ!
EatMoreBBQ!

@mark reed Thank you for clarifying! That makes sense now. All in the details!

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mark reed
mark reed

@EatMoreBBQ! - the 15 is for setting jams and 1x trim. The 16 is good for V groove T&G siding and medium size trim when the 18 is too lightweight.

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Douglas Schmidt
Douglas Schmidt

Im equipped with the 18 straight trim gun and the 23 brad gun. Milwaukee 18 Fuel line is awesome. No more compressors !!!!! You can now listen to your radio all day long uninterrupted.

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Michael Dokmanian
Michael Dokmanian

I had a similar problem i took off the casters and built a 2x4 platform and cut the studs in a wedge to make top of platform level or even 2x6 if you need hight

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Chuck Kavigian
Chuck Kavigian

That pine looks like some sort of medieval weapon! I want both of them

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Terry Rogers
Terry Rogers

Tool boxes, take the casters off, build a platform or frame to your desired height and set the boxes into a catch rabbit on top and set a toe kick also. Just a thought young man. Congrats on the nailers and boxes.

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Brandon Lee Hall
Brandon Lee Hall

Can you give a little explanation on what you'd use each of these guns for? Such a similarly sized nail, is it really necessary to have both?

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chris graeter
chris graeter

Build a sloping platform to put your two new rolling cabinets on. That way you will be perfectly level.

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David Bryan Woodworks and More
David Bryan Woodworks and More

The common problem of sloped garages is that if you run your workbenches like you are, there always going to run down hill. It’s best to just let them do that. Just make sure the saw goes down evenly on both sides of tool boxes. My shop is 50 feet deep almost and it’s got the same slope. But worse. It works great.

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RR Jones66
RR Jones66

I would think you would want some sort of fixed foot on the tool boxes because you would have to level every time you move one.

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Alita Battle Chicken
Alita Battle Chicken

I’ve been airless for 6 months with the 18g and the 23g. Both are dreams and neither have a had a jam yet. Not once. Milwaukee rocks

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steve kilgore
steve kilgore

seems easier to mark your wall where you want the tool cabinets to set ... so that a quick visual will put them back in place everytime... then once in place .. shim up the wood tops on the cabinets to level.. then you can roll them out anytime and put them right back in the same spot . You might even be able to get some adjustable legs to put on the bottom of the wood tops... just the screw in type like on metal cabinets or appliances

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P Shmanka
P Shmanka

I remember you said in a previous video you rarely use 16g compared to having a 15g and 18g, is that still true or do you have different experiences and use both now?

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colin zeta
colin zeta

I'll be the first to suggest adjustable furniture legs if you keep it their permanently. I would shim it but not from underneath *(overtop)

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Jeff Kasprzak
Jeff Kasprzak

I would take the caster's off and use threaded adjustable feet for the new rolling box man

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Andy Rich
Andy Rich

I been watching for the brad nailer to go on sale at HD for the better part of a year. Only this one is on sale for a few days left. How do you think they compare? Seems like the surface hole is pretty big

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Fred Xoxo
Fred Xoxo

The nail deflection in the ash is more a result of the grain pattern than anything else. Repeat similar test on opposite sides and you’ll see what I mean.

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Greg Ayrheart
Greg Ayrheart

Just remove the wheels. Build some levelling bottoms to replace the wheels and you’re all set. I did the same thing and when you get everything set up , you’re not going to want to move the tool chests around.

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Benn
Benn

Love my 18 gauge, but my older gen 1 16 gauge is not up to scratch. PLEASE tell Milwaukee to get them over to Australia! Love the content, mate!

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Joshua Hellriegel
Joshua Hellriegel

Big fan, love my 18ga. Wondering if you have specific uses for the 16ga. I have my eye on the 23ga, but just bought a festool sander so….maybe after new year lol.

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Fictitious Character
Fictitious Character

The new nailers look pretty nice. I'll keep an eye out for any common complaints on them after the honeymoon phase passes.

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J L
J L

Ill also be keeping an eye out for a deal because 329 bare tool hurts a bit.

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JRS UK
JRS UK

To levelthe mega expensive Milwaukee tool chest swap the casters for adjustable legs, the type used on euro cabinets.

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Josiah Clark
Josiah Clark

My 2¢ - take the top off of the cabinets and shim them up then put them back on. Could maybe even use some of the grk door jamb screws somehow to adjust them later.

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catman793
catman793

if you have a sliding miter saw. you might want to measure how far away from the wall your saw has to be. mine has to 24' from the wall to have the enough room for the saw slide.

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Keith Conway
Keith Conway

Make some C channels out of wood to the leveling height, and set the wheels in the channels... simple. The channels run perpendicular to the top of boxes.

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pete188100
pete188100

I wanted to get the 16 gauge Milwaukee, but I found the 15 gauge on clearance for $124. Couldn’t pass on that deal

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Eventdash01
Eventdash01

Back 5 years ago, I got Ryobi 18 gauge nailer instead of Milwaukee. Then Milwaukee improved their 18 ga nailer. I decided to wait for my Ryobi to break. Never happened. Then I got Milwaukee 21 stud nailer. I couldn’t wait for them to improve their 15 ga. They did. And I got it a few weeks ago. It is a great nailer. Ok back to my Ryobi. Like many of my Ryobi, it never breaks and has been faithful despite so much abuse. So I am sticking with it till the bitter end.

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Hunter Collis
Hunter Collis

Have you used the older version of the Milwaukee finish nailer? I didn’t like it and I want to get the new version but I’m not sure if it’s worth it. My main complaint with the old one was toe nailing anything or sometimes it was inconsistent. Thanks for the videos and the feed back.

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Matthew Schmitz
Matthew Schmitz

I would do a toe kick but still allow for the move ability of the chests. Build a a ramp inside where it locks down and doesn’t move. Almost like a lock inside the toe kick. When you pull the lock out you can move the chests out. You still wanna stay mobile I am assuming because you bought those.

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Chau083
Chau083

I would remove the casters altogether and place the chests on some leveled box frames. Like a cabinet.

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The Acsending Ancient
The Acsending Ancient

Try and retro fit the wheels themselves with adjustable rolling wheels.

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James Troy
James Troy

Great! I just bought the DeWalt 15 gauge finish nailer because the Milwaukee wasn’t balanced, too heavy, made too big of a hole and the tip was too fat. And now they changed all that😒

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Danny Newmanny
Danny Newmanny

My only complaint about these guns is that they didn't come out until well after I bought the dewalt ones.

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Mass Qrs
Mass Qrs

@Confident Home Solutions So true. The brand name and color scheme trade mark carrying their ass so hard to the Point that everyone would buy without watching some YouTube reviews.

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Confident Home Solutions
Confident Home Solutions

My only problem was that I bought the first Milwaukee M18 nailers. They were the biggest pieces of trash. Milwaukee should have bought everyone of those pieces of 💩 back. This comment isn’t directed towards you but rather letting people know that Milwaukee makes crap also.

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Scott Panzek
Scott Panzek

Great video concerning the new finish nailers. But which one should you buy. The 15 or the 16 gauge? Which application is bette if you can only buy one of them? What is your opinion.

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Ahoda Mahingan
Ahoda Mahingan

Maybe just remove all the casters and build a level base that spans both chests and miter station. Basically like some people build kitchen toe-kick/cabinet base separate from the cabinets. Those Milwaukee boxes will look more built-in that way.

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James Dunham
James Dunham

I just picked up the gen 2 18 gauge and it is amazing…

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R. Dean Mcknight
R. Dean Mcknight

Try adjustable wheels....I think I seen someone already suggested that so.... 👍guns are definitely awesome, looks like a future investment for me 😂

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Jorash Barison
Jorash Barison

Having them level is a whole lot less important than them being coplanar. If they are coplanar, a small deviation in levelness is no big deal. You cut all the time out-of-level when you have your hub set up on someones sloped driveway.

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batmans dad
batmans dad

If your not moving the chests around, get some crank feet made up that bolt up to where the castors are. Be awesome if Milwaukee talked to us exterior guys to see what we need for guns

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