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  1. It's because Milwaukee doesn't manufacture them. The Hong Kong manufacturer that does also makes radios for Hilti and Metabo.
  2. From the manual: A little trial and error will show you what is the optimum setting for the situation. I guess you can't expect much from a $20 Walmart drill.
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    Old 18V compatibility

    There is no G series imapct wrench.
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    Makita Battery cell 20700

    It says right in the description. "Protective cover helps prevent battery contamination"
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    Home Depot

    Trying to talk myself into buying an extra saw that I don't really need.
  6. You need to switch it to the other chuck.
  7. I didn't need it, but I bought it anyways
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    Please help

    Part # 313226-8
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    Time Off?

    Time off? What's that?
  10. They already have a backpack battery for the X2 tools. http://www.makitauk.com/accessories/batteries/li-ion/bl36120a-36v-battery-backpack.html No reason they might not continue down that path.
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    Makita XDS01Z Cut Out Saw

    I think you are talking about a different tool. The XDS01Z is not a drywall router.
  12. DeWalt flexvolt batteries are 20V/60V max. Which is the same as 18V/58V.
  13. So I was pondering this again. Just some wild speculation...but, any chance Makita releases a 58V OPE line, the batteries have some type of multi volt capability, and the reason we are seeing new X2 tools with wider spacing at the batteries is because they are designing these tools to be forward compatible with a future, wider 18V/58V multi volt battery? Anyone?
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