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Model F325R
Part # 513000
Weight 5.9 Pounds
Height 12.9”
Width 4.3”
Length 12.3"
Fastener Range 2"-3 1/4"
Magazine Capacity 44
Op. Pres. p.s.i (bar) 90-120

Product Documentation


Blocking Tips
Getting into Tight Spots

Related Products


Does Paslode offer tool repair kits?

Paslode offers the following repair kits:
  • 219305 / Cordless Framing Tune Up Kit for 900420 (IMCT)
  • 219304 / Cordless Trim Tune Up Kit for 900600,902000,901000
  • 219218 / For OLDER Model 5000 Series
  • 219219 / For LATEST Model 5000 Series
  • 219222 / For 3000 Series
  • 219235 / For F350S / 501000
  • 219224 / Trigger Valve Repair Kit for 3000, 4000, 5000 Series, F350S
  • 219245 / Feeder Claw Repair Kit for P275C, F325C, P350C
  • 219379 / Cordless Framing Tune Up Kit for 902200 / 902600 (CF325/CF325Li)
  • 219352 / For PF350S / 502000
The kits can be purchased at a sales location nearest you or online:

Paslode Parts Site
Online Paslode dealers

Does Paslode sell refurbished nailers?

Paslode offers factory-refurbished tools at itwconstructionparts.com.  All tools are refurbished by trained Paslode Factory-Service Technicians. Genuine Paslode replacement parts are used where necessary and tools are cleaned to look like new.

Product Offerings include:
  • Factory Refurbished Cordless and Pneumatic nailers
  • Replacement Parts
  • Tune Up Kits and Accessories for Framing and Trim/Finish nailers
  • Repair Center

How do I order a part online?

Genuine Paslode replacement parts, tune up kits, accessories, and repair service can be purchased online at itwconstructionparts.com.

Does Paslode make air compressors?

No, Paslode does not manufacture air compressors. However, some of our distributors sell compressors with the Paslode name on them.

What size air compressor do I need?

You can use the following formula to figure out the size air compressor you need:

The Number of tools being used x the number of nails each tool will drive per minute x 1.2 (safety factor) x the Amount of Air per Shot (SCFM) at the operating pressure (psi). This number is found on the chart in the tool schematic and parts list provided with the nailer.

For example, if you have two F-350S tools each driving 20 nails per minute with the compressor set at 90 PSI you get: 2 x 20 x 1.2 x .082 = 3.95. The compressor needs to deliver 3.95 CFM at 90 PSI. If you operate the tool at 120 PSI at the same rate the number will be higher: 2 x 20 x 1.2 x .108 = 5.2 CFM. When selecting an air compressor be aware that as the air pressure (PSI) increases, the delivery rate (CFM) goes down. Most compressors will rate the CFM at 50 PSI and at 100 PSI.

What is the difference between PSI and CFM?

PSI or Pounds per Square Inch is an amount of force. CFM or Cubic Feet per Minute is a delivery rate. In terms of how a pneumatic tools works, the greater the PSI the harder the tool will drive and the greater the CFM the faster the tool will work.

What type of oil should I use in my pneumatic nailer?

Use only pneumatic tool oil. Paslode sells a summer grade oil and a winter grade oil with antifreeze. The part number for Paslode pneumatic oil is 403720 and the part number for the oil with antifreeze is 219090. Note: Lubricating oil with antifreeze should only used with temperatures below 32degF.

Do not use WD40, motor oil, transmission fluid or aerosol lubricants. These lubricants will destroy the o-rings and seals inside the nailer.

Can I use something other than Paslode degreaser cleaner to clean my nailer?

Paslode Degreaser Cleaner is specially formulated for Paslode Cordless and pneumatic nailers.. Other products may damage electrical components, plastic parts, and rubber parts. They may also leave a residue which could cause damage to the nailer or injury to the operator of the nailer.

What type of oil should I use after the nailer has been cleaned?

Use only Paslode Cordless Tool Lubricating Oil part number 401482S. It is specially formulated to withstand the high temperatures generated by Cordless nailers. Using other oils can cause the rapid build-up of combustion residue leading to poor nailer performance and more frequent cleanings.

Will other brands of nails work in my Paslode nailer?

Paslode nailers and fasteners are engineered to work together as a system. Other brands of nails may not be designed or manufactured to the same specifications or quality standards as Paslode. Using nails that do not meet Paslode’s specification may cause damage to the tool and injury to the operator or bystanders, and may void warranty.

The nailer fires but no nail is being driven. What causes this?

There are several things that could cause a nailer to “blank fire”.
  • If your tool does not have a lockout, check that you haven’t run out of fasteners
  • There may be a nail jam preventing the fasteners from moving forward. For information on clearing a nail jam click on “Products” at the top of this page, select your nailer and then select the Owner’s Manual PDF Download for your nailer. This information is typically found toward the back of the manual. You can also check the operations manual that came with your tool.
  • Cordless nailers may require cleaning. If the tool has driven 10,000 nails or more, it may require cleaning.

How do I adjust the depth of drive for an F350 Framing nailer?

Do not attempt to operate or service the nailer until you have read and understood all safety precautions and manual instructions. Disconnect the air and remove fasteners from the nailer when making any adjustments or servicing it. The F350 Framing nailer has a 3/16 hex key located in the rear of the magazine. To adjust the depth of the nail, loosen the bolt on the work contacting element with the hex key. Raise the work contact up to drive the nail deeper or lower the work contact to drive the nail more flush. Tighten the bolt on the work contact and test the tool.

What size air fitting do I need for my tool?

Tools should always use a male air fitting which allows the air to discharge from the tool when the air hose is removed.  As a rule of thumb, framing tools use 3/8” air fittings and smaller tools such as trim nailers use 1/4” air fittings. The tool will be threaded for either a 3/8” N.P.T or a ¼” N.P.T. air fitting.

How do I find a Paslode Authorized Service Center?

To locate your nearest service location, click on “Service and Retail Locator" at the top of the page and then enter your zip code.  Paslode recommends that tools needing service be repaired through your local Factory Authorized Service Network.