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Old 10-17-2012, 07:29 PM   #1
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damn, thats a real good woman..
but in my experience its not them being nice.. they want something
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damn, thats a real good woman..
but in my experience its not them being nice.. they want something
Maybe she needs some drilling......
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There all goo till you say " I Do"
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Never used that type of drill. I have however used there 4" grinder but after 2 weeks threw it away. I hope that drill works for you.
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That drill feels so much better than all the makitas. Feels German made
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That drill feels so much better than all the makitas. Feels German made
Chinese make things feel German now?

Appears to be CPO...cheap women.
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I do have to say that the drill feels very solid when using it and it runs so smooth...I keep mashing on the trigger harder thinking I am not pulling it all the way. I have the Bosch Compact 18V Li-Ion Drill as well, this drill blows it out of the water....but it also weighs a lot more.

It is CPO. I buy alot of tools from them...
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Chinese make things feel German now?

Appears to be CPO...cheap women.
Uh hum......Malaysia most likely.

And yes......the Bosch drill feels 10 times better than the Makita.
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I am honestly shocked how good the drill feels....I didn't know a drill could feel that smooth....for anyone here who has used the Axial Glide saw, the smoothness difference is similar to how that feels in comparison to a standard slider. It makes you think "oh my god that is smooth".....

Altho the drill is brand new, so who knows, maybe it with "roughen-up" with use.
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Feels German made
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So you have reached the cordless stage in your relationship.

Life is such a journey...
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I love my Bosch stuff.

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