1. ike61

    ike61 Well-Known Member

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    Where is the best place to buy these cordless tools. Mainly Looking for their 1/2 impact and hacksawl Thanks
     
  2. E7polyhachett

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    I have bought all mine through Home Depot, only because they do not have
    a store local to me. I bought the M18 Fuel units, and they have been great!
    I purchased them online and was free shipping to the house. If you use a 1/2"
    impact a lot, buy the BRUSHLESS one, a little more cash, but should last you
    a lifetime. Good luck wherever you buy from.
     
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    • 4spdragtop

      4spdragtop CONGRATS NORTH AMERICA! FABO Gold Member

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      Altho I don't have Milwaukee, or a 1/2" cordless, I went Ridgid. They offer free lifetime service and warranty on ALL Ridgid cordless. No brainer for me....I have a bunch of their stuff now, just bought a 7 1/4 circular cordless circ saw. $200 Cdn all in delivered with a 4ah battery and charger. I have their sawzall, drill, 1/4" impact and handheld wet/dry vacuum.
      Just my 2 cents.
       
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      • Biff

        Biff Cheep not easy

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        I’m a mechanic, the brushless 1/2 in impact is the best tool I have purchased in 30 years well worth the money . Huge power !
         
      • Bodyperson

        Bodyperson Pedal to the metal

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        I dont like the weight of those impacts. Have to agree on the power though.
         
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        Biff Cheep not easy

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        Agree a little heavy , but never met a mechanic with weak wrists :)
         
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          Bodyperson Pedal to the metal

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          My problem is tendonitis. It's nice to have options. I love the IR composite titanium for every day use. Don't always need all of that power. But I digress. :soapbox:
           
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