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Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12V Brushless Hackzall Kit + M12 3/8" Ratchet EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12V Brushless Hackzall Kit + M12 3/8" Ratchet (2520-21XC-2457-20) for $179. Shipping is free. Thanks henry.le134

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  • M12 FUEL Hackzall Reciprocating Saw (2520-20)
  • M12 3/8" Ratchet (2457-20)
  • Multi-Material Blade
  • M12 RedLithium XC 4.0Ah Battery
  • Charger
  • Contractor Bag
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Great compact tool combo with 4.0Ah 12v battery

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Drywall, home demo, cutting (metal or pvc) pipes, plunge cutting into flooring (with the right blade), and many others.
This is probably not what the manufacturer had in mind:
https://youtu.be/1HpWZslEln0
I have the non fuel ratchet. I like it and it's really handy and apparently many who have used the fuel version prefer the non fuel version due to it's smaller size. Plus it's a ratchet. It's still not strong enough either way to tighten or break loose nuts on its own power anyway. You'd have to use it manually in those situations. I've never touched the M12 fuel ratchet though, so that's just my two cents. The fuel version is way more money though.

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What are some other home uses for the hackzall other than pruning/trimming?
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Drywall, home demo, cutting (metal or pvc) pipes, plunge cutting into flooring (with the right blade), and many others.
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What are some other home uses for the hackzall other than pruning/trimming?
Drywall, home demo, cutting (metal or pvc) pipes, plunge cutting into flooring (with the right blade), and many others.
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What are some other home uses for the hackzall other than pruning/trimming?
This is probably not what the manufacturer had in mind:
https://youtu.be/1HpWZslEln0
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I cut my cars exhaust off with it the other day. I will get the bigger sawzall at some point but this thing is pretty capable on its own.

The ratchet ive only used to take off multiple little screws with and thats about it. Good for tedious wrenching.
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Man. Just got the hammer drill impact kit with the ratchet. Maybe return that get the kit with the 6ah battery and order this kit?
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Man. Just got the hammer drill impact kit with the ratchet. Maybe return that get the kit with the 6ah battery and order this kit?
I'd say a hammer drill is more useful than a sawzall. That's one of those cheap tools you can get at Harbor Freight with confidence. Kind of hard to mess that one up
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I'd say a hammer drill is more useful than a sawzall. That's one of those cheap tools you can get at Harbor Freight with confidence. Kind of hard to mess that one up
They have the same hammer drill impact set with the 6ah battery for the price I paid for my set with ratchet. I'm working on a nice m12 set for at home mechanics restoring cars. So the hackzall will be nice to have. And the 6ah battery for when I find a impact wrench kit. Just not sure if maybe just wait til father's say see what they offer.
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They have the same hammer drill impact set with the 6ah battery for the price I paid for my set with ratchet. I'm working on a nice m12 set for at home mechanics restoring cars. So the hackzall will be nice to have. And the 6ah battery for when I find a impact wrench kit. Just not sure if maybe just wait til father's say see what they offer.
do they ever have a deal on a m12 fuel impact or stubby impact wrench?
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do they ever have a deal on a m12 fuel impact or stubby impact wrench?
There has been deals on the M12 Stubby. Just search here and you can see what it was selling for. I am on the lookout for a deal on the stubby as well.
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There has been deals on the M12 Stubby. Just search here and you can see what it was selling for. I am on the lookout for a deal on the stubby as well.
In June, Milwaukee is releasing a new M12 right angle impact wrench with nearly the same power as the stubby. I suspect we'll see a discount on the stubby at some point in the next month due to this or father's day, so that's what I'm waiting on. I'd actually prefer the stubby, but many people might like the right angle one better.
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I used to use the m12 hackzall everyday doing rf connectors on 1/2" coax, makes cutting the cable quick and leaves a nice clean edge on the foam insulation. I don't have that job anymore but still use it around the house when the super Sawzall is too much.
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I purchased this mainly for the ratchet to help fasten/unfasten things on automotive work. I understand I won't be able to break lug nuts loose, or fully tighten them (bad idea anyway), but am I going to regret not paying more to get the M12 right angle impact coming out in a few days? https://www.acmetools.com/blog/3-...additions/ 220 ft lbs torque and a mode selector sounds pretty nice.
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