I did my training session on some tire lug nuts and found the compressor
is okay for removing 4 or 5 lug nuts before it's motor comes on.
The bolt I'm working on now has been soaking in PB Blaster for about 36 hours.
It's the one on the left edge of the picture.(Before it was spayed).
I did add 4 drops of oil to the air input before 1st use and another 3 drops afterwards.
If the bolt is stuck like the other one was, I will try cutting off nut on the back-end
again and maybe getting it to spin with the air wrench. If I can get it loose, I can
drive it out from the rear using the palm nailer as my hammer..
LOL! This all looks fine on paper, but now that Murphy is living in my garage.?.
I'm not going to count my eggs just yet..
If I hooked up an old scuba tank in-line with the tool, and let the hose and tank come up
to 90 PSI.. Would that help any?