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Old August 2nd, 2013, 04:45 PM
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Help with pop rivet gun

In my infinite wisdom I thought I would "take apart" my pop rivet tool to get out the stuck rivet. Half a screw and BOIINNGGGGGG... Parts everywhere.

I know the stand alone round piece goes on last to hold it all together. Anyone know the order the other parts go in? Doh!
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Old August 2nd, 2013, 05:04 PM
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lol...sorry. look for an exploded (no pun intended) view on the internet...
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Old August 2nd, 2013, 05:14 PM
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lol...sorry. look for an exploded (no pun intended) view on the internet...
Been looking lol but to no avail!

------ Follow up post added August 2nd, 2013 05:23 PM ------

God forbid Arrow has users manuals online...
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Old August 2nd, 2013, 05:28 PM
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yeah I searched also. even went out to look at mine...sorry I'm not taking it apart. I don't want to have to go buy another...lol. Maybe Josh can find a diagram if he taps the NSA, they should have any document that has the word "Exploded" in it.
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yeah I searched also. even went out to look at mine...sorry I'm not taking it apart. I don't want to have to go buy another...lol. Maybe Josh can find a diagram if he taps the NSA, they should have any document that has the word "Exploded" in it.
Hahhahahahha if you only knew what I did for work. My computer is on every god damn list out there lol

Appreciate the assist. Guess ill head back to Home Depot.....
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Old August 2nd, 2013, 06:17 PM
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where did you find that! I went three pages deep on Google!
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Old August 2nd, 2013, 06:38 PM
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huh... I did variations of "rnt 300 exploded view" and nothing. Oh well.
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huh... I did variations of "rnt 300 exploded view" and nothing. Oh well.
Me too! Oh well, appreciate the assist.
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Air compressor?

If you have air, get yourself and air powered pop riveter and throw that manual one in a drawer to put back together when there is nothing else to do... if there is never nothing else to do, the trash can would be a suitable repository.
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I think I'll add a pneumatic pop riveter to the ever growing list of tools to buy. I hate the hand squeeze riveter that I have.
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I think I'll add a pneumatic pop riveter to the ever growing list of tools to buy. I hate the hand squeeze riveter that I have.
My trip honey-do list today includes Pneumatic pop riveter

Had to use the god damn thing more in the past 6 months than in the past 20 years!

Advice duly noted.

I wonder if Home Depot will take this one back, lol. "Well what happened to it sir?" Dunno, just exploded!
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FWIW my air riveter is a Craftsman and its been awesome. Dont buy the Harbor Freight one.

Many say they are happy with their manual tool (Cgalpin). The biggest difference aside from the zero effort is the jump or bounce that a manual tool does when the rivet mandrel snaps off. That bounce/jump/snap often will scratch paint if you are riveting stuff like new cappings on. The airguns don't. That justifys the expense with just a single rivet in my book.
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I have a "nut drill" from McMaster-Carr, it works great and avoids the pop rivet jump that uncle Doug is talking about. It is basically a different style chuck that you install in the end of your drill.
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I think I'll add a pneumatic pop riveter to the ever growing list of tools to buy. I hate the hand squeeze riveter that I have.
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