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  1. I don't have any idea with any of them either. But I guess Milwaukee would cut more slabs than Dewalt. As Milwaukee batteries are better than Dewalt.
  2. Oh right. I apologize I didn't look at your location.
  3. Can't say I've heard of it. There are many good brands to buy from. I recommend to buy a good tool that would last a long time even if you're using them for diy. Toolboxnerd really helped me in finding the right tool for me.
  4. I think there are confirmat screws with Phillip's head. Saw these a while back.
  5. I agree with fm1276 that it would be a good investment to get a new battery rather than getting a Milwaukee cordless screwdriver, considering you are already satisfied with the Dewalt you have
  6. Most snow blower manuals specifically state not to use them on roofs. But if you are keen on getting a snowblower Snow Joe ION15SB-LT iON is on the top, though I have not used it myself. You could check its specifications and see if it meets your needs.
  7. https://www.makitatools.com/products/details/B-49638 This is on the official site. It has 3/8" and 1/2", you can look if they have 3/4" too.. I think they would be included aswell. I think for Bosch you may have to buy different sets for different sizes. But you may be able to find more information on this on their website.I may be wrong. Also, Altan may be right in saying that they may break. But these are the ones that I have used quiet sometimes(the Makita ones) and have worked well for me.
  8. I had Dremel 4000 and it stopped working for the same reason, it needed to be lubricated. Wingless has already given you the links to that. Good Luck. Hope this works out for you.
  9. Were the stored in a cool and dry place? They uually get rust due to moist air.
  10. Never needed to use #4s. #3 did the job for me everytime. If the #3 does the job then use that unscrewing #4 if it gets damaged will cause trouble as Alton said.
  11. It's best to buy the least expensive and easy to work with woods , like soft maple, poplar, pine and fir. I used to work with soft maple when I was a beginner.
  12. Yes SDS Plus .. they have whole sets
  13. I bought a Loctite Clear Silicone to fix an aquarium. I have yet to use this but it's said to be good on multiple surfaces including plastic and wood.
  14. Makita and Bosch both have drill bits. You can check them out.
  15. I agree with Eric and fm2176 questions, knowing these answers may help us narrow down a good work light.
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