Hitachi NR90GR 3-1/2" Gas Powered Round Head Framing Nailer (Reconditioned)

Hitachi NR90GR 3-1/2" Gas Powered Round Head Framing Nailer (Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $229.00
UPC Code: 717709009417

Availability: Out of stock

Hitachi NR90GR 3-1/2" Gas Powered Round Head Framing Nailer (Reconditioned)
Description

Description

The NR90GR Gas Powered Round Head Framing Nailer combines utillity with traditional nailing power.  No compressor noise or hoses to wind saves time and cleanup after the job has been completed. This Round Head Gas Nailer is ideal for general contractors, remodelers, construction workers and service workers who do framing, sub flooring, fencing, sheathing, decking, truss build-up, modular housing construction, remodeling and punch-out work.
Features

Features

  • Gas Powered, operates on fuel rod and cordless battery offering complete portability through elimination of air hose and compressor
  • Well balanced and lightweight (only 7.9 lbs) reducing user fatigue
  • Adjustable depth of drive nose piece assures proper nail down with varying materials
  • Interchangeable 7.2V, 1.4Ah battery is compatible with most Hitachi charging systems and charges in 1 hour (half the time of the leading competition)
  • Easy two-step loading procedure saves time and energy
  • Double lock fuel compartment latch keeps the fuel rod seated firmly and won't pop open interrupting operation
  • Drives up to 2 nails per second and 1000 nails per hour
  • Battery will fire over 4,000 nails per charge and each fuel rod fires 1,200 nails
  • NR90GR fires up to 3-1/2 inch x .131 round head nails (the competition falls off at 3-1/4 inch nail range) to offer maximum flexibility and versatility on the job
  • A six nail lock out feature prevents "dry fire" and assures fastening
  • Collapsible rafter hook can be used to hang the tool from a rafter when both hands are needed
  • Low battery indicator light alerts the user of battery status to prevent unexpected downtime
  • E-Z view magazine provides simple nail check to avoid untimely reloads
  • Patented elastomer grip coats the handle to provide comfort and ensure a secure grip
  • Download Hitachi's Gas Powered Framing Nailer Cleaning Chart and Schedule
Specifications

Specifications

Nail TypeFull Round Head
Nail Diameter Range.113 - .131 in
Nail Length Range2" - 3-1/2"
Magazine Angle20 Degrees
Magazine Capacity37-42 Nails
Battery Life4,000 Nails
Battery7.2V
Charger1 Hour
Fuel Rod Life1,200 Nails
HookRetractable Rafter
Feeder2-Step
Overall Height13-29/32"
Overall Length14-1/4"
Overall Width4-1/4"
Weight7.9 lbs
Depth AdjustmentAllen Wrench
CollationPlastic
Includes

Includes

7.2V, 1.4Ah Battery (EB714S) 1-Hour Charger Carrying Case Safety Glasses
Manuals

Manuals

View FileParts Manual (PDF)    Size: (354.13 KB)Parts Manual (PDF) View FileOwners Manual (PDF)    Size: (3.01 MB)Owners Manual (PDF)
Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 39 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
Looks and works like brand new. Very pleased with the tool.
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Review by Douglas Hieter / (Posted on 8/1/2014)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
This was a gift for my son. He called and was very pleased. I have one like it. He scoffed at me when I told him how great it was. Then he borrowed it for a framing project. He was so impressed that he said "You are not taking this back home with you!" I eventually got it back when the project was finished. It was his birthday and I decided to get him his own nailer. I have purchased many tools from you and have been exeedingly pleased with all of them. Al
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Review by AL STUMBAUGH / (Posted on 7/2/2014)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Worked well,price was right.
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Review by Doug Stevens / (Posted on 3/14/2013)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Hard to depress the safety to shoot gun. Could hold more nails , but the second one you sent seems to work ok.
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Review by Terry Sauceman / (Posted on 7/14/2012)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
The nailer looked good, and the kit was complete. It did not show much wear at all. I've only had a chance to use it app. 10 strips of nails, but initially I had tons of no fires. The plunger on the tip would depress all the way like it should and the fan would spool up, but it refused to fire when the trigger was pulled. It seemed to only want to fire if it was held more or less straight down. After a few choice words and some trial and error I had less misfires. Might be operator error on my part, but I won't know till I use it some more. Overall I like it.
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Review by Oystein Rogne / (Posted on 9/13/2011)