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Old 09-01-2019, 11:58 PM   #21
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I see that Milwaukee has an even more powerful M18 SDS max rotary hammer. It has more blow energy than my Hilti. That is pretty much the last corded tool I have on my truck. Once I have for the need for it and buy the Milwaukee, I’ll be happy to get rid of the cords!
I still have a few tools; like you my SDS is corded, my heat guns are corded and my small 3/8 right-angle drill is corded, heat box, etc. I keep one large corded drill on the truck and of course most of the chargers are corded...

I find now though the cords are used for more the clients to connect items if we unplug them and are doing some work.

On every service / panel change we bring a genny and cords just in case.

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Old 09-02-2019, 10:02 AM   #22
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I know the feeling. I dropped a wirenut in my van, no idea where it went.



Whoa, whoa, whoa, that's a wirenut,


who are you and what have you done with HackWork?
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I have a cordless and corded heat gun, but need the cords for similar stuff. My two Makita roto hammers aren't going anywhere soon. Sometimes the cord is used for trouble shooting.
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Nope... I am just old and don't crawl around on my hands and knees looking for stuff anymore... I am also afraid if I fall in a messy truck I might break a hip!

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