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Old 10-09-2018, 07:41 AM   #41
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Milwaukee Fuel i think lasts longest and definitely has enough power. Ive also dropped it of 8' ladders more times than i can count and no problems. i usually get abut two years out of an 18 v hammer drill then i either try to fix it under their 5 year warranty or buy a new combo set on sale for about 380.00
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Old 10-09-2018, 09:38 AM   #42
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Milwaukee Fuel i think lasts longest and definitely has enough power. Ive also dropped it of 8' ladders more times than i can count and no problems. i usually get abut two years out of an 18 v hammer drill then i either try to fix it under their 5 year warranty or buy a new combo set on sale for about 380.00
This guy I know says that Fuel drills bounce off concrete real good. He's kind of a klutz and does it a lot.
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