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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Bees View Post
    I don't agree with ya: But I never tryed a Panasonic so can't call ya a big fiber..........

    I have owned since 1987 a cordless 12 volt Dewalt drill it still goin, goin, goin, goin, and I use it most everyday.
    Don't agree with what??????? I shopped hard core
    when I shelled out for my initial cordless drills. Compared
    all brands and Panasonic 15.6V has more torque than
    the DeWalt 18V.

    Not sure why anyone would "fib" about a stinkin drill??
    Last edited by Bizzybee; 11-23-2008 at 07:15 AM.

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    Smile Cordless

    We have both the Craftsman 18v and the 19.2v battery powered tools. It seems like the 18 v batteries last a lot longer in life-years longer to be exact.
    Both are craftsman tools-saws, sawzall, lights, drills-they were purchased in kits with carrying cases.
    The saws are mighty handy when removing boards in a cutout situation, nice to be able to use when no A.C is available.
    I do not have any experience with all the name brands or higher quality tools, but the craftsman is just fine for the occasional need.
    "Younz" have a great day, I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iddee View Post
    >>>>Not sure why anyone would "fib" about a stinkin drill??<<<<

    I've seen that adjective used a number of times on Beesource and always wondered what it meant that it could be used here. Would someone please give me the definition of stinkin.

    lol..............

    Kinda like saying "for cripes sake", or "goll dang it", or
    "darn".
    Last edited by Bizzybee; 11-23-2008 at 08:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iddee View Post
    Would someone please give me the definition of stinkin.
    Iddee......... believe it or not here's the derivation of
    the word.

    "from Andrew Carnegie's partner Henry Clay Stinker, whose name became a "dirty word" in southwest Pennsylvania in 1892 after Pinkerton goons, whom Stinker had hired, assaulted and murdered striking steel workers in the town of Homestead. "
    Last edited by Bizzybee; 11-23-2008 at 08:26 PM.

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    Sundance,
    Your reply about replacement batteries... is that what you were discussing in another thread?
    WayaCoyote

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayacoyote View Post
    Sundance,
    Your reply about replacement batteries... is that what you were discussing in another thread?
    yes Waya.......... You save some money over new, but
    not as much as I'd like. The high point is you can up
    the amp hour easily.

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    With the DeWalt & Makita, you can still buy the old batteries. Some of the other brands may not support their product a few years down the road.

    The batteries last longer if you use them, compared to letting them sit around the garage.
    Dan

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    Lowes has smokin deals right now thru 12/1. On the first page the B&D set I bought. List price Lowes $159.00 on sale for $60.00 24 volt set. Mine is 18 volt. They even have the better name brands marked way down.

    http://lowes.shoplocal.com/lowes/def...ader&storeref=
    Chuck Norris has a grizzly bear carpet in his room. The bear isn't dead it is just afraid to move.

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