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Old 11-25-2013, 05:33 PM   #151
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Old 11-25-2013, 05:39 PM   #153
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Awesome, thanks. Any idea if there will be any major sales for tools in the next little while? It's going to be a Christmas gift so there's no rush to get one, yet.
If you can you might as well wait cause for a long time that se set was $200
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Are there any differences in quality between these 2? I read through this thread but they seem pretty much identical... And does the HD-bought vs. KMS/Summit-bought really vary in quality?

These are both 18V lithium-ion drill/impact combos. Going to see light use at home realistically minus the auto projects.

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Best place to get replacement Dewalt 18V batteries?
I think Battery World, or whatever they are called (on Boundary close to freeway) remans batteries. You take yours in and they put new cells in. Also, there's that Dewalt repair depot on Boundary and 1st Avenue.

As mentioned by others, eBay has tonnes of reman batteries for cheap.
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Are there any differences in quality between these 2?

I've used the Makita, excellent. Compact and light, good for tight spaces.
And the batteries charge up fast, 15 mins.

I've not used the Milwaukee.

Go man handle them.
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I'm also looking into getting a drill as well. I will be using it for mainly automotive related jobs, like tire repairs to start, (lube tech , lol)

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Look for a good deal on the 18v Milwaukee FUEL brushless drill/impact set. I use them daily (electrician) and they are BEASTLY. A little heavier than the Makita brushless drills but so so much more powerful. Plus they have 4 amp batteries where as the Makitas only come with 3 amp ones.
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I am an electrician too.
Didn't like my co-worker's brushless Makita drill.
I got the new big cordless 18v Makita drill. It's a lot heavier than my old one, but it has pretty powerful torque. In wood frame houses I use long 1', 2', or bigger drill bits and the extra torque really helps.

Otherwise, cordless impact is good. But I didn't care for the brushless "drills".
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I love Milwaukee stuff. I have both the 18 volt and now the 12 volt brushless fuel stuff. The cordless circular saw..... wow!

And, the portable metal bandsaw is out of this world.
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cordless skill saws are like the most pointless tool i've ever seen lol

maybe if your cutting vinyl siding or 1X4's, anything else its useless and just murders batteries lol
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I would try rebuilding it myself using NiCd Sub C 2200mAh Batteries you would need 15 to replace all of them if you have two batteries that have crapped out you can combine the batteries to make 1 good battery

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any recommendations for a good drill bit set?
ive got this one just for casual use, great to carry around etc.

Makita 99pc Drill/Driver/Impact Bit Set [MAK-P90102] - $69.95 : KMS Tools & Equipment from Vancouver BC, Largest selection of tools in Canada

whats kind of weird though is it doesnt have any flat head bits, i'm assuming since it's for an "impact" you never really use the flat head but would have been nice to have
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If you buy rigid products make sure you register them with rigid so you don't get screwed over with there lifetime warranty.
The next thing on my list is a cordless reciprocating saw, but Ive never seen a rigid one on sale.
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cordless skill saws are like the most pointless tool i've ever seen lol

maybe if your cutting vinyl siding or 1X4's, anything else its useless and just murders batteries lol
Have you tried the Milwaukee?

Don't comment until you've tried it. I had doubts, too but I was very impressed.

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If you buy rigid products make sure you register them with rigid so you don't get screwed over with there lifetime warranty.
The next thing on my list is a cordless reciprocating saw, but Ive never seen a rigid one on sale.
Yes, I have registered all my Ridgid tools. Portable table saw, compound mitre saw, oscillating belt/spindle sander (most useful tool in my collection) https://www.ridgid.com/ca/en/oscilla...spindle-sander and my drill /driver kit and three batteries.

Ridgid shop vacs are very nice. I abuse the shit out of mine and it keeps on ticking.
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Are there any differences in quality between these 2? I read through this thread but they seem pretty much identical... And does the HD-bought vs. KMS/Summit-bought really vary in quality?

These are both 18V lithium-ion drill/impact combos. Going to see light use at home realistically minus the auto projects.

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I've got that Milwaukee set and I would not recommend it.

In the first month of owning it I had to go back to Home Depot and replace the battery, twice. The batteries have issues holding a charge and it seems like a pretty common problem amongst these Milwaukee 18V.

The first battery I brought back would just blink red when I charged it. The second one's battery indicator wouldn't work at all.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:27 PM   #174
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Between work and home I have used over a dozen 18 volt Milwaukee batteries with absolutely no problems whatsoever, so I wouldn't say it is a common issue. I have Ridgid tools too simply because of the lifetime warranty on their batteries. Not sure how that's going to pan out when the batteries do eventually die out, but I'll find out the hard way, I guess.
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^Deal on at HD now, two 2.0Ah Ridgid batteries for $99 (normally $79 each).
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