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    Quote Originally Posted by goady View Post
    I did get in touch with Milwaukee. The issue I was having had to do with a 45 degree mitre to the right side. That specific move does limit the vertical capacity (from 5.71" to 3.59"). I guess the solution is to lay the material flat and cut it with the bevel. As far as the 18 gauge nailer - I'm still having issues with it leaving the nail heads proud about 40 percent of the time. I am shooting 1 1/2" Dewalt brads into 2 1/4" door casing. Waiting on a response from Milwaukee on this issue....


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    You should not have to, but changing brands of nails might be worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    You should not have to, but changing brands of nails might be worth it.

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    Thanks Brian. I'll give that a try and report back here. I love my paslode but I also love the idea of using the same battery for everything - and no gas! Can't wait for a Milwaukee Fuel Framer!


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    Quote Originally Posted by goady View Post
    Thanks Brian. I'll give that a try and report back here. I love my paslode but I also love the idea of using the same battery for everything - and no gas! Can't wait for a Milwaukee Fuel Framer!


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    i'm waiting for that framer as well lol....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSomeGuy View Post
    i'm waiting for that framer as well lol....
    I think they might have to modify the design a bit. Can you imagine the kickback of a 3.5" nail going in the way it does now? WOW
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