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101 - 08-10-2015, 03:36 PM
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idk y this become milwaukee vs makita (cuz icfire post article pro milwaukee?? but he owns makita...)

i own dewalt cuz i get on sale but i use all 3 and all r pretty good with most i use Milwaukee used from pawn shops (gg)
 
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I use a 15 year old dewalt drill for big ****, and the 12v bosch for smaller ****. The 12v has replaced many of the big guys jobs as it's handier to use.
 
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idk y this become milwaukee vs makita (cuz icfire post article pro milwaukee?? but he owns makita...)
i think as a member you need to stfu and stfd...



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Pancake is a reputation dodging meber
 
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I want a corded worm drive circular saw. You can pretty much build a house with a hammer, drill/driver, and circular saw.
 
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yo u need a new thing
 
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i ****in hate these ppl
 
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why cant we
 
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some of u think u have a better agenda
 
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milwaukee p good. i beat the crap out of mine. the 18v fuel drill/driver is coming on 1 1/2years old. It's a jobsite grade tool. Way overkill for occassional home use. For home stuff - you just need to spin a drill bit around in a circle for 5 mins a year - get a mid grade ryobi or de walt.
 
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hey rayn here is a question for ya why cordless ???


They are **** compared to direct source?

Cant beat the power of a cord drill.
 
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Yeah for masonry nothing beats my corded impact drill.
 
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On another note - if you ever need a tool and don't want to spend a lot of money just head over to Harbor Freight Tools

I paid $20 for an oscillating tool and buy various things that don't see much use.
 
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I want a corded worm drive circular saw. You can pretty much build a house with a hammer, drill/driver, and circular saw.
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I use Porter and Cable stuff, best bang for your buck I think
 
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hey rayn here is a question for ya why cordless ???


They are **** compared to direct source?

Cant beat the power of a cord drill.
Because you don't need "power" to build furniture.

Cordless because its convenient, compact, and lightweight. The right tool for the right job.
 
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idk y this become milwaukee vs makita (cuz icfire post article pro milwaukee?? but he owns makita...)
Makita has staying power because they make tools that last, I'd put them ahead of dewalt for your average power tool.
 
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On another note - if you ever need a tool and don't want to spend a lot of money just head over to Harbor Freight Tools

I paid $20 for an oscillating tool and buy various things that don't see much use.
Also check out CPO outlet, they happen to have a milwaukee deal going right now on power tools

CPO Outlets | New and Reconditioned Power Tools, Pressure Washers, Tankless Water Heaters, Vacuums, Ceiling Fans, and more!

Used the site purchase various Jet products from band saw to drill press to chain falls, been satisfied with them so far.
 
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ive met and worked with many professionals that have litterally just bought whatever was on sale (and somewhat pro quality) at home depot or pawn shop liquidation sale stollen etc

for home use ya i can see lasting power etc

every day use as long as it has enough power to do what u want and charges decently fast and wont break when u smash it somehow it is good impact gun imo
 
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I went with a Makita impact driver after reading the thread.
Just FYI combo deal makita impact driver and drill for sale for 120$

Makita LCT209W 12V MAX Cordless Lithium-Ion 3-8 in. Drill Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit

Looks like it includes a case and 2 lithium ion batteries too. Dunno what you paid but that seems like a good deal to me considering what I paid for a lithium ion makita drill a couple years back.
 
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