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Ratchet troubleshoot how to keep the feed system in good shape?

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    I AM IN MANUFACTURING AND I CAN NOT FIND A 1/4" AIR RATCHET THAT WILL STAND UP TO HEAVY DAILY USE WITHOUT THE RATCHET HEAD WEARING OUT AND LOCKING UP. WE OIL THE TOOL DAILY(IF NOT HOURLY) BUT EVEN THE "HEAVY DUTY" RATCHETS WILL NOT LAST LONGER THAN A FEW WEEKS.

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The feed system should be smooth all the way forward. For cleaning, wipe off the magazine or blow it out with air rather than using an oily lubricant. The lubricant actually attracts dirt and debris.

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