RR78 Posted December 28, 2022 Report Share Posted December 28, 2022 Considering getting the new Makita 40 volt 8 1/2" sliding mitre saw. It would only be out of my shop maybe a few times a year. Where the cordless would be a benefit. What are my chances of getting a 120 volt to 40 volt power supply and rigging something up. Concerned maybe a chip inside battery or toll that talks to each other and stop me. I dont keep my shop heated. So not great for the battery. So best if I can mainly run it from a outlet. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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