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Old 06-20-2006, 11:24 AM   #1
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I want it now.....................
http://www.dewalt.com/36v/
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Sounds cool, but 2.4 lbs for a battery?? No wonder they don't have just a drill....
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Thats insane!! I mean you could change a tire in no time with the impact wrench!! I bet they are big money though.
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Sounds cool, but 2.4 lbs for a battery?? No wonder they don't have just a drill....

same weight as dewalt 18 v battery.



I have 18v dewalt'* and 18v ryobi'* . no matter which one I use the batteries always die to soon, or not enough power for certian jobs.


as Tim the Tool man says... needs more power. Arrr arr arr
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I have 18v dewalt'* and 18v ryobi'* . no matter which one I use the batteries always die to soon, or not enough power for certian jobs.
thanks for the laugh Jim.... you know why ...... ps..we told ya it would crash the home pc...
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You have a sick mind Bill
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Jim the Tool Man?
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They are sick, I got to use the roto-hammer at our customer appreciation day. The rep from De Walt let me take it over to the warehouse where we needed some more anchor bolts for a wall. Went 6" deep in the foundation and through the existing plate with ease. He was also packing a very high dollar diamond tipped massonry bit. (haven't ever seen one till he whipped it out?)

The rep from Makita said they will also have a really high end set out very soon.
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