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Old 12-19-2011, 10:00 PM   #1
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Question Mac Tools Air Hammer - AH2010

This may have been smarter to do before I brought this home today, but I'm wondering if anyone on here owns the AH2010, or its smaller brother, the AH2009.

What have been your experiences with the tool? Power, control, durability, comfort: What are your opinions? Is it worth the money, and do you like it?

I've been needing a nice air hammer for work for a while now, and finally had an urgent need for it, so I called my drug dealer and asked him if he had one. He didn't, but found another truck nearby that did. And he knows me so well, he knew this was the one for me And I'm sure he doesn't mind that its the most expensive one they have either. Honestly, I don't.

The quick change retainer is on order, and I'll order up some USA made chisels and other bits from Epsteins this weekend.

Picked up the 49 piece ratcheting screwdriver set too. For an imported driver, it feels damn nice. That'll free up half a drawer of rarely used screwdrivers.
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I was expecting more along the lines of: "Is that a breaker bar in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?" "Do you have an inspection mirror in your wallet, because I could see myself in there?" "Let me see if my big tool will fit in your box."
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Old 12-20-2011, 06:14 PM   #2
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Default Re: Mac Tools Air Hammer - AH2010

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Old 12-20-2011, 09:05 PM   #3
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Default Re: Mac Tools Air Hammer - AH2010

I have the AH2010 in a kit, came with the quick release retainer and five different chisel tips. Mostly use it to remove fan clutches on 6.0L powerstrokes. I am very happy with my purchase. Has definaley made my life easier.
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