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Old 05-28-2022, 10:16 PM
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I got a 18 volt Makita string trimmer. My Husqvarna gas is hard to start, I wish I had gotten a Sthil. Anyway, I bought the Makita on Saturday, used a whole battery trimming and it is not too bad. Took some getting use to. Went to use it on Sunday afternoon and it would not work. Returned it today,
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This isn't new but I don't like to post tools until they've been run through the mill and proven their worth. About 3 years ago I needed to replace my cordless drill and after a bunch of research I settled on this Teccpo (Amazon). After nearly 3 years I can honestly say I love this thing. It's smaller than the standard cordless but is actually heavier. I just finished redecking the front porch with Trex and used this to drive nearly 500 stainless steel deck screws with just 1 change of battery. I use it for everything from shed roof repairs to tractor fixes.
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I got a Milwaukee M18 Surge impact wrench. This is the hydraulic version. I have used it for a year now and I have nothing but good things to say about it. I wish I had gotten a hydraulic impact wrench a lot sooner. So much quieter than a standard unit.
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