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  • Birthday 09/09/1980

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    Jason
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  1. I would reach out to someone on MKE's Facebook page they are usually more willing to help a customer out. You never know and you might just get a CSR having a bad day.
  2. The Carburetor is most likely gummed up from sitting its a side effect of ethanol in gas.
  3. Paul is right its probably not worth investing any money in repairs at this time. You can get the Harbor Freight Warrior drill for 34.99 and possibly even lower with a coupon. I would also look into Ryobi just because of the depth of tools offered.
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    Ryobi Car Buffer

    Ryobi only makes a cordless buffer. For a true high speed polisher you will need to move up to Milwaukee, Makita, or Dewalt.
  5. Nice hearing from you Wigwag. It's going well considering all the Covid drama I just hope to be back to work soon. The UTB was an awesome giveaway it definitely brought traffic to the fourm.
  6. Its seems like in general belt sanders have fallen out of favor at the moment. Some of the new random orbit sanders are pretty aggressive with material removal. The only major brand right now that makes a cordless version is ridgid.
  7. Ryobi is weird like that they will discontinue products at a whim. More than likely sales stagnated.
  8. I believe the red clip was just to make it legal for air transport.
  9. DR99

    Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas TIA crew!!
  10. Are you located in the USA? Because I know international tool prices are a lot more. You would be better off investing in a new lithium ion drill kit over the Holidays with the deals on a new kit over getting replacement batteries on a nicad tool.
  11. This is total pro grade stuff. It was funny reading the Milwaukee FB group and guys angry that have really no use for it anyways not being able to afford it.
  12. I would look into the Makita and Dewalt 12v tools, because they use a 12v slide pack the grips are smaller and thinner. Saws and sanders are more I would recommend visiting you local HD or Lowes to get a feel of them.
  13. You might also want to call Ryobi some of the old blue drills have a recall related to the switch getting hot and melting. Like most recalls Ryobi will replace it.
  14. I would look if the battery contacts on the tool are dirty corroded or bent.
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