Best siding nailer for Hardi??

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Old 06-24-07, 09:14 AM
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Best siding nailer for Hardi??

What's the best siding nailer to apply ring shank nails for hardiplank/certainteed fiber cement board lap siding?

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Old 06-24-07, 11:49 AM
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The Hitachi NV65AH Coil siding nailer.
 
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nv65ah siding nails

can you tell me what kind of nails you use in the hitachi nv65ah coil nailer? i am going to be putting up james hardie siding. thanks
 
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Old 02-21-08, 04:59 PM
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James Hardie 2 3/8" plastic collated galvanized ring shank nails, or equivalent.
 
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Related Question..

To XSleeper or anyone else with experience with the NV65AH:

Looking around online to purchase one of these guns, I noticed that amazon.com has alot of feedback by customers who have bought the gun and the feedback is so, so. Of particular question, there seems to be an additional attachment necessary to have the gun fire just one nail at a time. That one nail at a time is something I very much would like to have as I'm still new at hanging cement fiber and not that many nails are necessary per board. Any thoughts on the subject? Is the attachment really necessary? Has anyone had pad experiences with this nail gun?

I'm curious, because the Bostitch N66C-1 is available for less money and while it also appears to have issues regarding single nail operation, at least its less expensive..

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Old 03-11-08, 03:31 PM
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The Optional Accessory is: Single Trip Trigger Mechanism (881973)

I would say you really don't need it, because it isn't hard to get the hang of nailing with the factory setting. But to each his own.
 
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