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For those, like me, waiting for the site to open with the holiday deals, it's open. Hopefully someone can find something they want. I checked and before I posted only saw a few individual sets. This is all together for you. Hope it helps.

https://www.homedepot.com/c/tool_savings - Main site
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Milwaukee 1 free tool with 2 4AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...,6203,6217 Milwaukee 2 free tools with a drill, driver and 2 5AH batteries - $399 NLA
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Dewalt 1 free tool with 2 5AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...,6203,6217 Dewalt 2 free tools with a hamer drill, driver and 1 2AH and 1 6AH battery $399 NLA
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...1vZ2fkoo9f Ryobi 1 free tool with 2 3AH batteries - $149
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Ridgid 1 free tool with 2 3AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Ridgid 2 free tools with a hammer drill, driver, circ saw, recip saw and a flashlight - $449
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Makita 1 free tool with 2 4AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...,6203,6217 Makita 2 free tools with a hammer drill, driver and 2 5AH batteries - $399 NLA


I will say though, the deals seem underwhelming compared to last year. Last year I got the Ridgid brushless driver and hammer drill with 2 4AH batteries and a free impact wrench all for $200. This time you get 2 3AH batteries. And for those looking at the Ridgid 2 free tools, the base set is brushed tools, just like last year.

Hope the price drops on BF, but the link should remain the same.
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This right here will be a great deal for $549. https://slickdeals.net/f/13565071-dewalt-20v-max-xr-li-ion-6-tool-combo-kit-549-00-free-bonus-batteries-shipping All brushless XR tools (not flashlight of course) with 4 batteries.
Like this one? Maybe knock off the 10% with coupon. Not a bad deal.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000404667
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A lot of price increases on many tools...
I was looking at the Makita 2 batt kit and their brushless angle grinder that itself seems well reviewed. That is a bad deal? I will need two batterias and a good quality angle grinder. Any suggestions for other deals?

The Project:
I will be cutting off about a million (slight exageration) screw heads on a deck this summer and then leveling the screw leftover after ripping off partially rotted deck boarding. It is a "refurbish", sistering in 2X6 ground contact treated boards next to the 30 year old Redwood 2 X 6's where the top 1/4 to half inch has rotted along with the old deck boards. Im putting in new deck boards also. The 1000 sq foot plus deck has three levels of support underneath and I will save around 15K by not tearing it all out and doing what I am doing myself. I was using a corded Harbor Freight grinder and it is a pain and dangerous. I am able to save quite a bit of the Redwood doing it this way also. This is working well with about 150 sq feet done already. Most of the 2 and 3 level underlayer structure on concrete piers is sound. It was quite a complicated deck structure from the house back into a rock wall. I had 20K plus estimates to replace... This system I am doing is working quite well.
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THinking of returning my combo kit. The circular saw and cutting tool are not brushless. And it says on the receipt you have to return ALL tools together so if i sold these two brushed tools i guess i am stuck with the drills too.

This is a bit of a hassle.
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THinking of returning my combo kit. The circular saw and cutting tool are not brushless. And it says on the receipt you have to return ALL tools together so if i sold these two brushed tools i guess i am stuck with the drills too.

This is a bit of a hassle.
Prior times when it said that, it actually had proportional values if returned separately. Check your receipt.
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Prior times when it said that, it actually had proportional values if returned separately. Check your receipt.
You are right it does. So i can return the two crappy tools and get better ones?
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You are right it does. So i can return the two crappy tools and get better ones?
As long as it isn't an actual combo kit with all of the tools in one box, and it was one of these combos where you buy the battery and get 2 free. You will Probably fer 30-40 per tool. May be better off trying to sell them.
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I was looking at the Makita 2 batt kit and their brushless angle grinder that itself seems well reviewed. That is a bad deal? I will need two batterias and a good quality angle grinder. Any suggestions for other deals?

The Project:
I will be cutting off about a million (slight exageration) screw heads on a deck this summer and then leveling the screw leftover after ripping off partially rotted deck boarding. It is a "refurbish", sistering in 2X6 ground contact treated boards next to the 30 year old Redwood 2 X 6's where the top 1/4 to half inch has rotted along with the old deck boards. Im putting in new deck boards also. The 1000 sq foot plus deck has three levels of support underneath and I will save around 15K by not tearing it all out and doing what I am doing myself. I was using a corded Harbor Freight grinder and it is a pain and dangerous. I am able to save quite a bit of the Redwood doing it this way also. This is working well with about 150 sq feet done already. Most of the 2 and 3 level underlayer structure on concrete piers is sound. It was quite a complicated deck structure from the house back into a rock wall. I had 20K plus estimates to replace... This system I am doing is working quite well.
You are going about it all wrong.
Skip the ginder takes to long.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/The-D...lsrc=aw.ds

Get one of these. Will either pull the screws with the board. But most often pull the board and the screws with heads will go thru. pretty easy.
After that to cut off screws flush. Use a recip saw. But use a good metal blade. Like this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diabl.../207192133

Also is sister on joist never regular deck screws. Nails, bolts or GRK screws which have the shear strength like structural screws.

Also the standard gold color GRK screws are the only ones I have seen hold up to the newer treated lumber over 10 years.. Then for the deck boards use the same or stainless.
Also i usually use 2 x 6's as deck boards. I have been able to get 30 years out of ones I did that way. Compared to an average of 15 years for the 5/4 deck boards.

Every 5 years you can just stain it to make it look new. Composites are great. But in 10 years will not be able to match if you get some damage from a number of reasons.. And they change the colors and woodgrain patterns to often.
Loved the first gen composites. Same color all the way thru. And that stuff you could stain when it started looking bad after about 20 years. Still have some from the late 90's that looks great after a coat of stain.
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You are going about it all wrong.
Skip the ginder takes to long.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/The-D...lsrc=aw.ds

Get one of these. Will either pull the screws with the board. But most often pull the board and the screws with heads will go thru. pretty easy.
After that to cut off screws flush. Use a recip saw. But use a good metal blade. Like this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diabl.../207192133

Also is sister on joist never regular deck screws. Nails, bolts or GRK screws which have the shear strength like structural screws.

Also the standard gold color GRK screws are the only ones I have seen hold up to the newer treated lumber over 10 years.. Then for the deck boards use the same or stainless.
Also i usually use 2 x 6's as deck boards. I have been able to get 30 years out of ones I did that way. Compared to an average of 15 years for the 5/4 deck boards.

Every 5 years you can just stain it to make it look new. Composites are great. But in 10 years will not be able to match if you get some damage from a number of reasons.. And they change the colors and woodgrain patterns to often.
Loved the first gen composites. Same color all the way thru. And that stuff you could stain when it started looking bad after about 20 years. Still have some from the late 90's that looks great after a coat of stain.
Wow, thanks. I had never seen that kind of wrecking bar. I first tried regular ones, still do for lifting without the screws I ground through. But no go on the regular ones for ripping up.. I use the GRK screws and on the sistering, I do bolts through to address structural issues. I've had to go down to the base foundation level in one place where a six by six turned to powder but they built the deck on about 6X6 concrete piers with rebar sticking up so replaced down to there ensured no ground contact. I agree on composites AND the structure would have to be re-done. And I do the staining like you noted.

So, thanks for the wrecking bar suggestion. I will try it, but even using cheapo grinders I can rip through the heads fast but also have to level off on the joist two cuts. So, I was going for more power and no cord bigger than 4.5 inch blade to cut through was my goal, but now you are removing my rationalization for purchasing a new "power" tool. But really thanks. That wrecking bar is something. Much appreciated.
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