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  1. So, I would have to request that they do a "load test"? Not sure if they will comply or not. But I can try.
  2. I am looking to upgrade from my Black and Decker 20V drills to something a little more robust. One of the reasons is that I am planning to use it on an Ice auger for ice fishing next winter. I understand you need something with a minimum of 500 in lbs or torque and brushless. One of the brands recommended was Ridgid. I like the LSA that comes with them when purchased at HD. So, I was researching them and see several options but these are the two that stand out: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-18-Volt-Gen5X-Lithium-Ion-Cordless-1-2-in-Brushless-Compact-Drill-Driver-Kit-with-
  3. Just wanted to say hi. I already posted a topic but figured I should introduce myself as well. I am considering upgrading my current cordless drill/drivers to something a little more robust. I will be checking out the current threads on that and posting any questions I have. Thanks.
  4. I have a cordless drill with two 18v lion batteries (brand doesn't matter). Both batteries last about 1/4 as long as they used to when new. I have tried to get them replaced under warranty, but when they test them, they say they are taking and holding a charge. Trouble is, they don't last very long when using them. I know, because I finally bought a new one and it lasts way, way longer than either of the older ones. The said as long as it takes a charge, they can't replace them. I can only drill about 20 2" deck screws before they give up. OK, so how can I "KILL" the damn thin
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