I had two chargers crap out on me a while ago and I have bought quite a few tool only buys with no battery or charger, so the rapid charger will end up in the truck plugged into the inverter so I can charge quickly while working.After awhile it gets to the point of just how many chargers does one really need.
I've had the old version of that and found that the, Milwaukee hit harder and faster, so I bought 2 Milwaukee tools that size for the underpinning work I do at times.Bosch 1-5/8" Max bought today
This thing will also dig small footings.
Not sure if it's the same tool but I got this one a year or so ago for a bit less. It was a tool only deal for me.I'm debating picking one of these up, even though I don't really have a use for it... yet
This depot looked like it was clearing out all its heavy Bosch stuff, the chipping guns were marked down as well
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Damn, that thing should make some wicked ass saw dust!Added two more Bentels to my collection.
This machine is the only one I know of that still exists. 16" jointer with the factory feed works.
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That's what I was thinking, it would be real nice for my dump truck wheels when it's time for service. Other big sized nuts and bolts that currently need a big long pipe and some luck to get loose.It’d be great for the tire guy at work, not having to fire up a compressor for changing a flat out on the side of the road.
Do I worry about the weight?
Good to see that you found a saw. :thumbsup:Delta 3hp X5, Ridgid jointer, Husky compressor. Got it all for a heck of a deal
But between this purchase and all the festool stuff a week or so ago, I think I need to curb the spending for a while lol
Hey Mike, if I were to send you a Benjamin.....100 bucks
Funny you asked, the part that might impact the vehicle bumper has a pad on it, the part that might smack me in the head is not padded.Does it come with a padded handle?