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What Brand(s) cordless power tools do you go with?


pjtoledo

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Milwaukee here. not really a preference it's just what I bought. they work for me.
1/2 drill, 1/4 hex, 3/8 & 1/2 impacts.
 


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Eddo Rogue

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skyjacker front leveling kit
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Black and Decker isn’t what they used to be. They never were a higher end power tool but they were decent. What they put out now, I wouldn’t buy them.
I heard the same...and wasn't aware they even had a lithium powered cordless line. Hell Craftsman used to be actually made in the USA. Alpinestars boots used to be made in Italy. I miss my old tech 6's...My made in China tech 10's suck.
 

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I scored a Milwaukee M12 Rocket light on clearance the other day - if anyone is on the fence, do it, I am super impressed so far. Very handy when it's extended all the way, lights up the whole engine bay on whatever I'm working on. I think it's gonna be pretty handy for doing body work too.
 


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