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  1. I have the m12 installation driver and I like the Eccentric driver from DeWALT better. It has a locking collet vs the m12 only has magnetic. I would like to see if the DeWALT chucks fit the m12. They look like a very similar connection system.
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  2. @Mathew123, The link provided has straight shank and Pozidriv bits. The OP is looking for name brand SDS Plus shank wood bits. Was a different link intended for SDS Plus bits?
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  3. Trumpf CAS 12V Cordless Tools
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  4. Thanks for the welcome to the forum, I missed that initially. You're right it can only be a good thing to regrease it. It's 5 years old so I'm sure it could use it. I appreciate the links as well, those will be helpful.
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  5. Never seen them or heard of them in the US. They are not stocked in any of our big box stores. Not sure if the little ma & pa tools shops have them.
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  6. I would use PH4 bits as they are big screws and if you damage some, later you will have trouble unscrewing them!
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  7. Hello Wingless! I would hope that if the snowblower is charged to 100% it would last awhile. Of course that's going to depend on how much and dense snow that you're trying to remove. The electric zero turn was sharp and it was about 5Gs with a 42" deck. That's about $1500 more than my gravely zero turn with 50" deck I bought in 2009. BTW, Southern Florida sounds good especially since winter is not that far away!
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