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  1. @jronman There will be two circ saws released to answer your question. The top tier brand new Fuel and the more budget friendly non fuel brushless. It's been a long time; I would be terribly selfish to not show up here now that I've been able to experience this great journey to Milwaukee NPS from the bug Dan and Eric gave me and when I first started watching their shenanigans! Thanks one and all for the great conversations we have had, I credit TIA for the amazing experiences I've had since I was last here (good grief, how long has it been anyways!!!??) This is just the beginning though.
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  2. I gave my entire M12 lineup (minus the bandsaw, xc batteries, and lights) to a member of my cousin's family on her father's side. He's a new electrician who had all of his tools stolen, he also got my Klein backpack and all of my insulated screwdrivers. Other than that I've been selling everything else on eBay, it lets me get rid of tools I don't use and make a little money to buy new tools as long as people buy them.
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  3. Received these the week before last but didn’t get around to opening them until today. Another 22lbs of 1/2” sockets from Sunex. Unless I need a specialty size I think I’m good on impact sockets.
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  4. Scotty, wondering what your thoughts on your unit were? I am happy with the performance of the unit but still not with the batteries. I mulched my yard using two 9ah Flexvolt batteries and was able to complete the yard. I did have about 5 strips that it would not make it through as it was just to tall and kept bogging down. I had to put on fresh batteries for that. I just don't by that the two included 5ah batteries would be able to do 1/4 acre unless on it is not actually cutting anything and just running while you go over the lawn. I think they should of included those to begin with.
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  5. The new Fuel circ with 12.0ah is really heavy and it is smooth cutting but it was definitely easier to stall out than the FlexVolt 575 with a 3.0ah on it. I have video to prove it but can't post here. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
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  6. Everyone is complaining that the M18 batteries are no longer really compatible. The new power tool won't run right without the 12A batteries. Its been that way ever since the 4A battery came out. No one is gonna toss the 12A battery on the Surge and run that all day. You'll have forearms like Popeye. And also no one will take the original 1.5A battery and put it on the Fuel circular saw, much less the table saw. Are they compatible? Eh, I guess so, but each tool has the ideal battery for it. The little ones for the impacts, the 4.0 and 5.0 for the hammer drill, circ saw, grinder, etc, the 9.0
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  7. Atlas46 hooked me up with this workshop apron. I wanted one with less bulk and they had previously made a super limited quantity of aprons with no front pouches but full of "molle" or what ever they call it. I ordered a 3" magnetic panel, a drill holster, and another pick for pliers. I had since found their multi tool pouch that looks like it would hold an apron plane perfectly. Haven't ordered that though. So far initial impressions are very good. I really want to try and keep the dust off of my clothes and this should help a lot. I feel weird wearing it but I will get used to it. Sent from
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