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  1. Anyone noticed this before with their Milwaukee M12 ratchet? Just to show that when I hold the socket in my hand or on a very loose bolt the socket wont turn, if I try it free load it works and also works when on a tight bolt, nut etc. I verified the Pawl and gear all looks ok. I'm not sure whats up https://youtu.be/VHbbSGW9QEs
  2. I've been waiting almost 3 weeks for this order! I still didn't get my 6 bay charger tho, dammit. 8 1/2 for the new fuel circ with a 4.0 battery. Old trusty! She made me a lot of money. I won't miss the extra weight. Just over 10 lbs! The new fuel sawzall is a tank at 9 lbs!!!! My 36 volt at 8 1/2 The grinder at just over 5 1/2 ( I LOVE THIS TOOL!!!) All the extras the grinder comes with. I'll never use the guards. They give you an option for letting the tool breathe. Mesh for extra fine dust??? And the fuel family shot. :beer: I will be taking the new tools to work with me tomorrow. I'm going to BEAT on them to see how tough they are. The skill saw has big shoes to fill replacing my 36 volt dewalt. I will beat them on the job site for a month. Then i will give a real world review of how they perform.
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