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    The Planer is here! Biggest changes: 3mm cut depth, brushed was only 2mm 25mm rebate, brushed was 9mm dual port dust extraction AWS Batt gauge Torque control Quite a lot of changes! My review:
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    They need a 120v dust extractor Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Christmas/New Year present to myself. Runs pretty sweet. Cuts 3mm, old brushed version does 2mm And this new one has a 25mm (1") rebate, super handy and one of the main reasons I got it. Not available in the states yet, but shouldn't be long I guess. I have done a review on my channel for those interested. Happy New Year!
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    Yea I’ve noticed it too, this forum has always had its share of spam unfortunately so guys more persistent than others, quite a few years ago we had some fun with a guy trying to sell Lufkin tapes from Apex Tool Group, anyone else remember that one? LOL ah that made me laugh, I miss those day’s around here Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Working on making some book cases and cubbies for my kids and Wife
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    I am glad they split the tool line. I love the size and weight of my Makita tools. I honestly can’t believe the ridiculousness of battery sizes now. There exists a point where tools need power beyond 18v limitations. Throwing huge batteries at it isn’t a solution. The motors don’t magically increase in size just because you have a bigger battery. I love my 18v brushless rotary hammer drill, but would rather have a true 36v battery platform, than hauling around massive 12.0 18v batteries that really don’t offer additional performance. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    This made me laugh. Makita has been making cordless tools a helluva lot longer than DeWalt and Milwaukee. They'll be fine. Unlike Milwaukee, Makita doesn't rush tools out every other month. These new batteries are compact, lightweight and will be cost-effective. They appear to have been very well thought out. I am looking forward to it. Sent from my Pixel 4 XL using Tapatalk
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    Just an update after one year of use. I mow 8,000 sq. ft. of lawn and occasionally a 16,000 sq. ft. lawn with my RM480e mower. Electricity cost to recharge the batteries is less than $0.10. I have mowed 40 times so far and the blades are still sharp. I did have one battery fail due to a failed cell that caused that battery to be unable to handle any load. Ryobi replaced the battery under warranty in two days. The batteries slide out on a tray. Maintenance on this machine is minimal and consists of lubricating the steering mechanism occasionally. The powder coated frame and deck are easy to keep clean. The headlights are bright enough to actually mow at night and it’s quiet enough that you could without bothering the neighbor’s.
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    Quick lil Sunday flooring job.... I think I'll pay myself extra 😁
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    Hahahaha, I can hardly see any snow in my yard now. THANK YOU GOD!!!!!!!
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    Hi, could anyone tell me the M4 length of bolt is required for linking the ems190dc(mitre saw) to the rls02(mitre saw bench) thank you.
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