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Old 12-05-2018, 12:29 AM   #41
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Old 12-05-2018, 12:31 AM   #42
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Milwaukee's are just rebranded Nilfisk.


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I didn't realize you the shorty Fein. That's such great value I paid 200 fir mine and keep in shop connected to dust deputy. There both in cart with wheels. Storage/ portability is lil pia. I made a tray / rack to hold tstaks or sys.

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Id' do the bosch simply because you can put a lboxx on top. That makes a world of difference when it comes to different attachments, heads, and placing of safety equipment.
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or apparently systainers... on the milwaukee... oh decisions decisions...
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well that just blew my mind. explains why not on sale ever. I love when company's do this. like when Graco reached out to dewalt for batteries.

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Id' do the bosch simply because you can put a lboxx on top. That makes a world of difference when it comes to different attachments, heads, and placing of safety equipment.
I noticed that ability to attach the box as well. Great idea, my main use will be concrete cutting and drilling. The box could hold a variety of bits, blades anchor bolts etc. I still need to get a box, but want to see the vac up close first.
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I noticed that ability to attach the box as well. Great idea, my main use will be concrete cutting and drilling. The box could hold a variety of bits, blades anchor bolts etc. I still need to get a box, but want to see the vac up close first.
If you have the wallet check out Hilti's 300cfm. Its been out for CPL of yrs. Bosch just came out with to there own. Hilti's is 1500.00 Bosch$??. It takes grinding cutting polishing to hole nother level of portability. Including tool tray/ rack.
You can run 2 - 5-6"grinder's all day. Holds 17gal of what ever you can fit in there included a dog and Small child if they get in the way.

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