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Mattias Blomqvist

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Mattias Blomqvist last won the day on October 7 2018

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  1. Great find. What is Power Detect? Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  2. Yes you can for sure fit those in the drill since the batteries are identical. There is no real "20 volt" both batteries give out 20 volts when fully charged but drops down to 18 volt when a load is put on, hence the different namings: XR 18V or XR 20V max Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  3. And a new Stud and Joist drill: Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  4. There's also a new fast charger: Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  5. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8MiONenJJT/?igshid=1ensb60gysu07 Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  6. Aaah sweet! Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  7. Yes I have. I think it's best having it at the bottom. It's not even that problematic to put the hose back. https://photos.app.goo.gl/PnWRaeU5YmRnup2j6 Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  8. The bandsaw and the jointer have been around for a while here. If you haven't got it yet you probably won't get them either, I'm affraid. The router bits are pretty fresh so those might be available for you too. Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  9. https://cld.bz/gtKToMw/63/ Skickat från min moto g(7) via Tapatalk
  10. Read again. CORDED... Skickat från min SGP511 via Tapatalk
  11. Oh it's not the gears on the fence we're talking about here. It's the gears on the blade height adjustment, those should not be plastic on any saw, not even the cheapest you could find on ebay. Thanks for the input Dawg! Skickat från min SGP511 via Tapatalk
  12. Wait, what? Are the gears on the Milwaukee made of plastic? [emoji44] I hated the switch problem at first but learned pretty soon how to use it. Believe me I have cleaned and lubricated these parts but I don't feel that helps since the problem is in the sliding rear rod.. Thanks for the input Joe [emoji106] Skickat från min SGP511 via Tapatalk
  13. Yep, both saws have the fbric shroud which helps alot but some of the finest dust always finds it's way to the rods. I'm only using dry lube on the rods. I wonder how the same mechanism works on the M18 table saw. From what I've seen it looks alot smoother. Thanks for the input Paddy Skickat från min SGP511 via Tapatalk
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