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No-Coat 450 w/ a 5.5" DM box VID

Got a vid of Pa's favorite new tool. It's a rental, we got it once before, but, the wheels would lock up against the body of the box. Took it back and told them about the problem. They added 2 small washers between the pivoting axle and it's mounting point. PROBLEM SOLVED.


http://youtu.be/VbE15RD-8OA

I hope they get the YouTube thing working again. Ya know, where you could watch the vid from inside the post.
 

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I think Pa's in love, LOL. Like he says in the vid, how often do you get a tool that puts a smile on your face.
 

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Stopper, when you install the no-coat, do you wipe it tight? As in, do you let the no-coat follow the imperfections in the joint, etc etc? We try to install it straight, meaning, if there is a hollow spot, we will pack an a$$load of mud behind the tape, and let the tape float the hollow spot. That way the coating is much simpler.

I used to wipe them in tight, let it follow the drywall, and then straighten it out on the coating, but PA showed me the way.:whistling2:
 
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