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  • #31
    http://festoolusa.com/power-tools/co...s-drill-564377

    No other brand for me anymore

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    • #32
      Two guys are working on our house (bathroom renovation). One Makita and one DeWalt.

      dave
      Modeling 1890s (because the voices in my head told me to)

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      • #33
        Bill, my 12v dewalt has a lousy chuck and seems to loosen, but my 14v and 18v drills had a much better chuck. I use my 18v drill to build our garage and finish off the lower level of the house and went thru a pair of batteries, i am currently on my second pair. I bought a grinder w/batteries and another charge when i need to get new batteries for my drill and saw. It wasn't much more expensive then just two batteries. A friend of mine had bought a new Milwaukee to replace his DeWalt, but was as happy with it. Didn't have the tork of the DeWalt.

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        • #34

          I bought the new Milwaukee Fuel M18, 2203 - 22CT.

          Haven't tried it yet as I just got home.
          Tom M.

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          • #35
            Great choice Tom! I am certain you will not be disappointed with that Milwaukee cordless package.

            Greg Shinnie

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            • #36
              Congratulations Tom... And here's hoping you have many long years of use from the Milwaukee package ..

              Enjoy,

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              • #37
                Tom, Congrats, test drove on at a trade show. How do you like the torque?
                Cheers, Heath.

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                • #38
                  quote:


                  Originally posted by peterg13


                  Not to be a smart ass, but have you considered a drill with a chord? I had problems with cordless drills and went back to one with a chord myself. No issues and it never dies when I need it most.

                  Cheers,

                  Peter G


                  Aren't you afraid the chord might arc over?[:-hearts]
                  Don\'t push me bureaucrat, I\'ve got a bit of hangover

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                  • #39

                    The drill is working great, better than expected.
                    Tom M.

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                    • #40
                      Missed the post somehow....Good luck Tom.....

                      Watch that you don't flip the modules over with all that torque....;-)

                      (Is that "torkay"? in canuck speak?) ;-)

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                      • #41

                        "say what"
                        Tom M.

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                        • #42
                          LOL!

                          Torque = Torkay (Canadian).....

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