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Thanks for the heads up. I'm tempted by the cordless drill/multi-tool, but I think I want it in M18 instead of M12.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'm tempted by the cordless drill/multi-tool, but I think I want it in M18 instead of M12.
FWIW if you're not trying to build a deck, the M12 fuel line packs a pretty potent punch for their size / voltage.

These, however, are not the M12 fuel tools.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'm tempted by the cordless drill/multi-tool, but I think I want it in M18 instead of M12.
Fwiw, I started out with m18 for five years+. Gave M12 brushless a shot, but with big hesitation. I have not purchased an m18 since. Have loaded up on M12. Such an impressive line.
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Only 1.5Ah batteries on the combo set.
If the battery sizes were larger (3.0Ah each), that'd be a good deal imo.
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Only 1.5Ah batteries on the combo set.
If the battery sizes were larger (3.0Ah each), that'd be a good deal imo.
Batteries get REAL cheap after BF on fleabay.

I switched from M18 to M12 Fuel also. First time I ran a little 1.5AH battery out was yesterday coincidentally. Have 3 extra lol
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There are also instore deals too. If you buy the brushless drill/driver they will throw in an extra tool or battery for free. If you add the bundle with reciprocating saw and light they will throw in two tools or batteries of your choice.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'm tempted by the cordless drill/multi-tool, but I think I want it in M18 instead of M12.
Me too. Read this Milwaukee...
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I've got the M12 hackzall that's included with this kit, I can say that's been extremely handy. I've used it on many projects and it's never let me down. Plenty of power for it's size and can saw through small boards, plastic, metal, or pruning without issue. Even non-fuel, the price of this set makes it worth it for the saw, ratchet, and batteries alone. Thanks!
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There are also instore deals too. If you buy the brushless drill/driver they will throw in an extra tool or battery for free. If you add the bundle with reciprocating saw and light they will throw in two tools or batteries of your choice.
Does this stack with these prices?
If so is there an ad for it or?
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Not to poo on a Milwaukee thing...

But I bought the same set of this set last year, the drill tended to get stuck at low RPM, to the point where the drill would start blinking a battery error. I could never get it very precise. I even tried two sets, both had the same results. Other tools in the set were excellent though, just the drill was wonky locking out.

In the end I bought the fuel drill but kept the other things. Smilie Set has only expanded since!
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As others have stated, the M12 line does pack a darn good punch, especially the fuel line. I have regular and fuel and all are useful for a DIYer.
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There are also instore deals too. If you buy the brushless drill/driver they will throw in an extra tool or battery for free. If you add the bundle with reciprocating saw and light they will throw in two tools or batteries of your choice.
the Fuel impact/hammer drill set included in that?
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Is the drill and multi combo good enough for car and home use? I'm not planning to build a house or a skyscraper so I won't need industrial/commercia power but the more the better.
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