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Milwaukee Gen II M18 Fuel Brushless Cordless Blower (Tool Only) EXPIRED

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ACME Tools has Milwaukee Gen II M18 Fuel Brushless Cordless Blower (2724-20, Tool Only) for $119. Shipping starts at $6.49 or free on $199+ orders.

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Features:
  • Power to clear from 15 Ft.
  • High/low speed settings
  • Full throttle in under 1 second
  • Powerstate Brushless Motor
  • Maximum air volume: 450 CFM
  • Maximum air speed: 120 mph
  • Lock on button

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Shipping for ground is $6.49. You can get free shipping by spending $199 or more.
There is the option of getting the refurb for $124.99.

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Which is fine for a 5k Sq ft lot with house in the middle. Also, you probably have more than 1x 5ah battery. Also things that are powerful use more power.

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I really like this blower but only expect about 20 minutes of use with a 5.0 battery pack.
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I shouldn't have but I did, now I'll have to figure out buying new/more batteries.
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I really like this blower but only expect about 20 minutes of use with a 5.0 battery pack.
Which is fine for a 5k Sq ft lot with house in the middle. Also, you probably have more than 1x 5ah battery. Also things that are powerful use more power.
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anyone try this for car wash?
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anyone try this for car wash?
How do you use this for a car wash? Do you intend to blow the water off just like in the drive through car washes?
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Has anyone compared this with the 1st gen blower? I've had the 1st gen for a couple years, and it's been good though runtime is an issue for larger tasks even with the 12Ah battery. If the Gen II is more efficient, it might be worth the upgrade to me.
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anyone try this for car wash?
All the time!
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How do you use this for a car wash? Do you intend to blow the water off just like in the drive through car washes?
That's exactly what you do, you don't have to touch the car to dry it except that the very end with a good waffle weave towel. If you have a good coat of wax on it, it works even better!
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anyone try this for car wash?
Honestly, I'd rather just buy a Master Blaster (even the motorcycle version) over this if you have no plans on using this for anything else.
Now, if you're buying it as a blower, this will also work to remove water from your car.
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Which is fine for a 5k Sq ft lot with house in the middle. Also, you probably have more than 1x 5ah battery. Also things that are powerful use more power.
Oh yeah I do.. thing lasts forever with a 12.0 pack. Smilie
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How do you use this for a car wash? Do you intend to blow the water off just like in the drive through car washes?
I think u need to put on some kind of ceramic coating first.
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anyone try this for car wash?
Yes...it didnt work well. the air isn't focused enough to push the water off...maybe a tip on the end would help but I havent gotten that far yet
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This is the safest way to dry your car without scratching the clear coat. Most self-inflicted damage to the car's paint is done during drying.
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