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Old March 16th, 2012, 06:15 PM
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I don't use my cordless tools enough. I am thinking about getting a cordless impact to use in the junkyards and to keep in my truck.
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You lots of choices- Just a few

Snap-on Mod# CT7850P at about $600
550 ftlbs torque, 18v LithIon 3.0 Ah

Snap-On Mod# CT6850 at about $570
400 ftlbs torque, 18V LithIon 3.0Ah

Milawaukee Mod 2663-22 at about $400
450 ftlbs torque, 18V Red LithIon 3.0 Ah

Milwaukee Mod# 2652-22 at about $300
200 ftlbs torque, 18V Red LithIon 3.0Ah

Dewalt Mod# DC800KL at about $500
325 ftlbs torque, 36V LithIon with 2000 recharge limit

Dewalt Mod# DC059HK at about $300
300 ftlbs torque, 18V LithIon 3.0Ah

Hitachi Mod# WR18DL about $250
160 ftlbs torque, 18V LithIon 3.0Ah



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Generally I prefer DeWalt tools because I only had good experiences whenever I used them. Unfortunately I do not have so much tools at home because most of them are expensive and I do not use them so often. Due to this I generally choose power rental services when I need such a tool. Those tools I actually bought are all from DeWalt.
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If you get the chance - rent a Milwaukee 'Fuel' cordless impact drill driver It comes with a side handle.

I tried this one out at tool shopping spree. Was at a local tool shop, Slims Power Tools www.slimspowertools.com.

Whenever Slim's get new tools they offer the customer a chance to check it out. Sort of a 'customer try it - before you buy it'.
I drilled through a wolmerized 2x4 using a 1/2" wood boring bit and was darned glad the side handle was there.

I compared the new Fuel to Dewalt, Hitachi, Makita and Bosch. Same drill bit and same type of 2x4. All batteries were new and all drills were right from the box. They were no match. None at all. A good thing though - all of the drills used were offered at a reduced price the day after the demo weekend. And yah, the owner kept the Fuel.



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