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  • DeWalt Dual-Speed Cordless Framing Nailer

    Several cordless finish nailers substitute flywheel power for internal combustion, but DeWalt's DCN690 and DCN692 are the first framing nailers to do so.

  • Ambulance as Work Truck

    When there's something strange in the neighborhood … The movie Ghost Busters made a repurposed ambulance famous, but Phil Herzegovitch has a long list of reasons why an ambulance is perfect for a contractor's work truck.

  • What is the Best Vehicle for Construction Work?

    There are plenty of ways to get yourself and your tools to the jobsite, plus a load of material or equipment. Everybody has their favorite—truck, van, trailer, or some other alternative. Please let us know about the vehicle you drive to work. We will publish the results in an upcoming article.

  • Work truck: You're fired!

    Aaron Telian ditched his trucks and organized his tools so they'd fit in a Ford Transit.

  • A Clever Truck-Bed Storage System

    Not everyone wants or needs a rack and boxes in the bed of his pickup.

  • An Efficient Box Truck Build-Out

    An organized work vehicle can save you a ton of time and effort, and it might even double as a portable workplace.

  • Pickup Truck Sales Confirm Small Business Confidence

    ConvergEx Group chief market strategist Nick Colas says sales of pickup trucks point to a mending U.S. economy.

  • Ridgid AC9945

    According to the specs, the Ridgid AC9945 Miter Saw Utility Vehicle weighs just 57 pounds and extends to an overall length of about 9 1/2 feet.

  • Ryobi A18MS01

    In a recent JLC Tools & Equipment forum, several contributors, including Connecticut remodeler Phil Herzegovitch, said they liked Ryobi’s A18MS01 miter-saw stand. Herzegovitch has now been using two of these stands for more than five years.

  • Palo Alto Rule: All New Houses Must Be Electric Vehicle-Ready

    From now on, new homes in Palo Alto must be wired for an electric-vehicle charger.