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Old 10-02-2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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Here are what I would consider items of interest on the newest Bosch distributor promo list.

Bosch 36618-02

Bosch 37618-01

Bosch 17618-01

Bosch 25618-01

We still have the Bosch 36618 & Bosch 25618 combo promo at $100 off if you throw electrican talk or contractors talk in the comment box.

We just moved all pricing to the lowest in the country. No way to throw an additional discount for members on top of this.

On the flip side if you any of you guys are interested in miter saws, on a group purchase of at least 4 people, or 4 saws total, I can throw in 4 18ga brad nailers for free.

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Damn, I wish I hadn't bought all the Ni-Cad stuff last year.
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Hi!

I did a search for "Bosch" on your website and found quite a lot of tools, but I didn't see any 120v SDS Plus hammer drills.

I have about $600 in the smaller SDS bits, I believe that's SDS Plus. Because I have so much invested I don't want to change sizes. My old hammer drill broke and I am looking for a new one. A contractor I worked for a while ago used all Bosch Bulldogs and they always worked well, I never had nor heard of a problem with them.

Do you have any Bosch 120V hammer drills, preferably the Bulldog?

Thanks!
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yeah and actually they are on some Bosch promo also. I will see what I have laying around. The only reason we come by SDS drills is when customer orders in a bunch and we have to buy in certain quantites and the order wasn't the exact multiple.

SDS does = SDS+. Just the manufactures trying to be nifty, hehe.

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yeah and actually they are on some Bosch promo also. I will see what I have laying around. The only reason we come by SDS drills is when customer orders in a bunch and we have to buy in certain quantites and the order wasn't the exact multiple.

SDS does = SDS+. Just the manufactures trying to be nifty, hehe.

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All we have are these:

Bosch 11247

Bosch 11240

Bosch 11264 EVS

Bosch 11247

Those are all of Bosch's "big boy" hammer drills. SDS-MAX and Spline drive. You can simply get an adaptor from SDS-MAX to SDS+ or Spline to SDS+ and still run your bits. Plus you can use those as a light duty demo hammer (chisel & point bits) and for core bits.

That is not the cheap route to go, but they are super nice. All of those prices should be the lowest in the country. If you find anything lower we will beat it on those 4 models. Sorry no SDS(+) laying around.

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Thanks for looking, I appreciate the help!.

However, I was looking for a lighter weight drill, something I could drill into decking all day long. I have a SDS Max rotary hammer already, I need something smaller.

If you come across something in the future, let me know
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