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pnbsp;/pobject height="344" width="425"param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eNBIVq6mNkamp;hl=enamp;fs=1"param'>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eNBIVq6mNkamp;hl=enamp;fs=1"param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"embed src="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eNBIVq6mNkamp;hl=enamp;fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" height="344" width="425"/objectpnbsp;/ppspan style="font-family:Verdana;"The a href="http://www.cp.com/" style="font-weight:bold;"Chicago Pnuematic (CP)/a CP7830Q 3/8quot; Inchnbsp;Air Ratchet is called thequot;Quiet Onequot;. But, can the quiet kid in class get theattention over the students raising raising hand and going quot;Pick Me! Pick Me!quot;? I think CP has done it with this tool./spanspan style="font-family:Verdana;"br /On paper, the a href="http://www.cp.com/" style="font-weight:bold;"CP7830Q /ahas a /spanspan style="font-family:Verdana;"maximum ultimate torque of 90 ft/lbs that is generated by .5hp air motor. a href="http://www.cp.com/"span style="font-weight:bold;"CP/span/a claimsthat it is the most powerful ratchet in its class. The rest of the specslike free speed and air consumption are even with the competition from IR and Snap-on. But,it is how a href="http://www.cp.com/"CP/a packages these attributes while throwing in some uniquefeatures that sets it apart./spanspan style="font-family:Verdana;"br /The reason why they call this the quot;Quiet Onequot; is a noise control systemthat silences the exhaust. The adjustable noise control is changed byrotating a sleeve around the body of the ratchet. The noise reductionis noticeable and it also points the exhaust in any desired direction.a href="http://www.cp.com/"CP /aclaims that there is no reduction in power, and I did not noticedany loss of power with the it fully muffled. a href="http://www.cp.com/"CP /aclaims that it can beas quiet as 79 dBA. Why is noise control important? It has be proventhat constant exposure can damage your hearing, but it also causesstress.br /The rubberized handle survived the aerosol brake clean solvent testafter the ratchet was used to remove a greasy cylinder head.I liked the handle, it has a nice feel and I felt I could usemore force on it. /spanspan style="font-family:Verdana;"Also, the oval shape of thehandle felt comfortable at any angle. /spanspan style="font-family:Verdana;"The a href="http://www.cp.com/"CP7830Q/a was dropped it several times from 6 ft. and itdid not break.br /On cold days the rubber surface felt a lot better to hold than coldcast aluminum. br /The trigger works well and had good feel with controllability. It maytake a while to adjust if younbsp; have used a lever trigger for a longtime. Also, it is a nice touch a href="http://www.cp.com/"CP/a includes the protective headboot with the tool instead of trying to sell it to you later on.br /Overall, I would recommend the a href="http://www.cp.com/"CP7830Q /aratchet is you are looking for a3/8quot; air ratchet. This is a quality tool that is well worth thepurchase price. It speaks softly, while letting you carry a big stick./span br //ppnbsp;/ppa href="http://www.cp.com/"img src="http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/cs/blogs/brakefrontend/20439.jpg" border="0" alt="" //anbsp;/pimg src="http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/cs/aggbug.aspx?PostID=481" width="1" height="1"

 

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