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Old 02-06-2019, 08:14 PM   #361
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Do you think milwaukee wants your old stuff?

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No.
The counter guy probably didn't know what to do with that old drill either, I suspect it ended up in the trash bin.
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Old 02-06-2019, 08:18 PM   #362
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The counter guy probably didn't know what to do with that old drill either, I suspect it ended up in the trash bin.
Wonder what they do with the ones that still work?

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It gives them an excuse to sell you something cheap without 'cheapening' the tool in the process.


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Old 02-07-2019, 07:23 AM   #364
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Mine still worked. I don't know what they do with the trade ins.
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And then there were three! (Full Stacks)


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What a box whore.
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What a box whore.


Guilty guilty guilty!


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Had this since October. Also have DeWalt and Maki. No words can describe performance, balance, power, and battery life. Hands down it's in a class all it's own.

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Old 02-08-2019, 10:35 AM   #369
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That looks cool. Still waiting on Milwaukie to make one.

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picked up Dewalt wormdrive flexvolt saw. Have a basement coming up and didn't want to keep resetting breaker with compressor and skil wormdrive going at same time.

Heavy like the skil but well balanced and the 9.0 battery fits my Dewalt 20 v tools.
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picked up Dewalt wormdrive flexvolt saw. Have a basement coming up and didn't want to keep resetting breaker with compressor and skil wormdrive going at same time.

Heavy like the skil but well balanced and the 9.0 battery fits my Dewalt 20 v tools.
Weve got one of those, its a great saw, especially for rafter jacks-plenty of power to cut bevels all day
Almost makes it fun😀
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Hilti SCW guide rail plate. Fits festi track perfectly. Maki has a hair play but nothing that would probably ever be noticed. Really comes in handy.

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Had this since October. Also have DeWalt and Maki. No words can describe performance, balance, power, and battery life. Hands down it's in a class all it's own.

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As big of a HILTI fan boy I am I don't see my self getting that any time soon for the mere fact its 36V.

Won't lie would like to have it but no need when I already have two SC 70W-A22 which have a 7.5 blade as opposed to a 7 1/4 and run on the 20V batteries I already am invested in.

The cordless jigsaw yea I am getting that bad boy. Once spring hits and work picks back up and got a bit of spending money lol.
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does this count as a new tool!!

traded my 2015 f350 srw

decided I needed a dually with the stuff i pull

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Nice!


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Got this the other day. 119 on sale plus 2 25$ gift cards. So about 65 for it . Birthday gift to me. Lol slowly adding to my M18 stuff.

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order it a few months ago, long order time on super duty
2019 f450 CC LB 6.7 powerstroke
lariat ultimate package
twin panel moon roof
5th wheel prep package
remote power release tailgate
it basically has every option available on the lariat
heated/cooler seats
heated steering wheel
I wanted a king ranch but you can't get a bench in the front of a king ranch
I need a bench because I have 4 kids plus the wife and I

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What did that run you? 90k?
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I've been doing a lot of screwing around so I picked up a Super Drive and Makita screw gun. With the 6.0ah battery it can really pump out the screws.
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In my cart. Have a CPL coming up. What's up DWB.
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What did that run you? 90k?
MSRP was 84k
I paid about 72k not counting my trade

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