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Old 09-07-2019, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Makita 18v tool set US only

everything works perfect just swapped brands and looking to sell to someone that will get good use of of all of these.

- Subcompact brushless driver (used 12 months) used only for driving never to drill slot of life left works flawless ~~~~$60 shipped

-Hammer Drill Driver LXT ( used 18 months) never used the hammer drill option motor flawless no hiccups when drilling ~~~~$50 shipped


- 18v Rapid Charger no major scratches or marks
$40 shipped alone
$30 if drill or driver is also purchased



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Old 09-07-2019, 10:30 PM   #2
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Old 09-07-2019, 10:34 PM   #3
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Its not so bad that they are Makita. It's bad because he is asking for more than $5 bucks apiece. I can go to the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet and find those for around ten each. I don't buy stolen tools, but if I was gonna buy any more Makita crap that would be the ones I would buy......
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I've never sold a 'back-up set' in my life.

I don't get the logic.

As Mac puts it -- you're competing against stolen tools from the meth heads.

My back-ups were never trashed.

Yet, that's what every bidder of second-hand tools assumes.

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Old 09-08-2019, 03:16 AM   #5
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Info for power tool buffs: JAPAN is the primary nation of battery technology.

You'd be astounded as to how many patents for batteries are Japanese.

When you buy Makita -- look to see if it's been manufactured in Japan -- like mine.

Those are flawless. Then Makita moved their factory to Red China. Good grief.

DeWalt has great motors -- and lousy trigger-switches. I could cry.

Metabo is awesome -- so is Hilti -- if you can afford them. ( TE-76 the series -- they get $$$$. )

Metabo's (corded) SDS+ series are the best in the world. Quite incredible, they are.

What they both have is astonishing power to weight.

&&&&&&&&&

Most corded motors are Universal Motors.

So, it pays to construct a DC power supply -- out of common vanilla bridge rectifiers.

These can be had for peanuts, these days.

When powered by 108 VDC, such motors run COOL, yet more effective than ever.

Yes, 120 VAC is chopped down to 108 VDC by the diodes. There is no net power loss at all.

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Metinks Telsa means 18 v not 108 v. But that is exactly what happens when magic mushrooms take hold of you....
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Mac -- WRONG

My 108 VDC power supply uses MAINS 120 VAC and rectifies it.

I use it for universal motors -- corded motors -- NOT cordless motors.

Yeah, I've got plenty of those, too. 18 VDC and all of that.

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Universal motors get their name because they can accept DC and AC.

They actually prefer DC.

They run cooler.

This is something that has to be experienced.

Most fellas find such cool air coming off of the motor as odd.
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I appreciate the responses but the tools aren't stolen my union provides tools at work and I have my set that I use for my own work which I switched over to mikwaukee. I guess I am competing against meth heads didn't realize the competition

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In most forums you would get a decent length vacation for crapping on a For Sale thread like this. Unless you think he is doing something malicious, you should keep your opinions to yourself here. You are all out of line. When I become moderator, plan on taking a good month vacation.

Unfortunately, until then the current moderators only care about furthering the liberal agenda.
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Metinks Telsa means 18 v not 108 v. But that is exactly what happens when magic mushrooms take hold of you....
I was looking at 120 volts x .707

It was something like 84.84 volts but, we don't get the good stuff here.
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