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Inside the Milwaukee Fuel Impact Driver - 2753-20


olletsocmit

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I used this while doing a lot of drywall work recently and it was white inside haha. I also like to tinker, so I pulled it apart. I found a few interesting things & learned a few things too. I have the correct security bit to take the driver apart but a few of the screws are a little stripped now -- does anybody know where I can buy a full replacement set of screws for this?

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I did not like how kinded these wires were...

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I also noticed that there is a security tag inside the driver... are they all like this?

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Yeah those wires look a bit pinched. And security tag makes sense, bare tools are pretty small so would be easy targets for thieves. I haven't noticed one in my Sawzall I took apart but I may have missed it. 


I actually got this impact driver about 8 months ago in the $400 fuel driver and hammer drill kit. Soon as I saw the tag immediately thought about all the rumors you hear that "Milwaukee make cheaper tools for Home Depot and better/normal ones different places". I'd really like to know from someone who bought their impact driver NOT at Home Depot if they have the same internals and tag.


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When I took a dcf 886 apart it's wired we're a bit pinched as well


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Yeah it's kind of scary since this is the first time this has Ever come apart from the factory and I pretty much baby the thing, but the wires are pretty darn pinched and a lot of the screws were really over torqued!


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Tim, I've taken a lot of tools apart growing up from Bosch, Delta and Makita and DeWalt etc..... They all have pinched wires(insulation). I always assumed it was to keep them secure and eliminate the possibility of vibration causing them to rub through. Never gave it a thought otherwise, I believe it's completely intentional from the factory

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1 hour ago, olletsocmit said:


I actually got this impact driver about 8 months ago in the $400 fuel driver and hammer drill kit. Soon as I saw the tag immediately thought about all the rumors you hear that "Milwaukee make cheaper tools for Home Depot and better/normal ones different places". I'd really like to know from someone who bought their impact driver NOT at Home Depot if they have the same internals and tag.


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I'll take mine apart later this weekend for you to confirm 

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23 hours ago, KnarlyCarl said:

What else would one use for a couple sheets of drywall every five years?

 

So what you're saying is that you passed up the perfect excuse to expand your red tool stable.  Wow, and here I thought you were dedicated to the "collect em' all" approach to tool buying.

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7 hours ago, khariV said:

 

So what you're saying is that you passed up the perfect excuse to expand your red tool stable.  Wow, and here I thought you were dedicated to the "collect em' all" approach to tool buying.

Haha got me good! ? I wouldn't pass up the opportunity to get a Milwaukee screw gun. But I also wouldn't be against getting a corded one for home all the more I would use it... 

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