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I am a Plumber from ontario Canada and this my ever expanding DeWalt setup. I have an 18 volt kit so there is some tools mixed in with my 20volt stuff, I never could understand why DeWalt won't make an adaptor for 20 volt to 18 volt sense they both put out 18 volt I have seen third party adaptors but hesitant to buy them. I do run some Milwaukee because there more focused it seems to my trade but there more corded tools i have never been a fan of the feeling of there cordless stuff specifically there drill handles .

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Welcome to the forum @plumber15 ! I'm thinking Dewalt might be coming back with some new stuff. KWC is the master of illusions pulling little hints out of thin air! But he's always right with his little teases ;)

Can't wait to see what you guys have around the corner KWC!

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After watching the the new TnA video about the Milwaukee 18V super hole hawg it got me angry because as a plumber I would buy it in a heart beat if i had Milwaukee cordless tools. Dewalt is really lacking in cordless tools specific to my trade,  let alone in unique cordless tools not specific to my trade. I don't understand who or what trade there marketing for like cordless blower and weed whacker really last time i checked gas power is cordless. Come on DeWalt get your head out of your ass and start making tools that are for skilled trades like HVAC, Electrical , Plumbing, Gas fitters. its one thing to be the best at making corded tools but they don't do that i will give them chop saw and table saw but name something else , I own Milwaukee corded sawzall and super hole hawg why because they make the best in that category and now they seem to be making best and most definitely the most unique cordless tools and if it continues i will switch because i have a long career ahead of me. I get payed piece work so time is money and if a tool can shave minutes off a job so it doesn't turn into hours Iwill buy it no matter the cost. Thats just my 2 cents

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DAMN plumber, thats some nice stuff.  Those compressors, how are they?  Super loud?  Do they put out as much air as the box says? Which one is your more used, better one?

they super quite , i use the smaller one for testing pipes i just set the regulator to 6 lbs and leave it till it shuts off and the smaller one is much lighter I am not even sure why i bought the bigger one it must of been on sale or something 

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After watching the the new TnA video about the Milwaukee 18V super hole hawg it got me angry because as a plumber I would buy it in a heart beat if i had Milwaukee cordless tools. Dewalt is really lacking in cordless tools specific to my trade,  let alone in unique cordless tools not specific to my trade. I don't understand who or what trade there marketing for like cordless blower and weed whacker really last time i checked gas power is cordless. Come on DeWalt get your head out of your ass and start making tools that are for skilled trades like HVAC, Electrical , Plumbing, Gas fitters. its one thing to be the best at making corded tools but they don't do that i will give them chop saw and table saw but name something else , I own Milwaukee corded sawzall and super hole hawg why because they make the best in that category and now they seem to be making best and most definitely the most unique cordless tools and if it continues i will switch because i have a long career ahead of me. I get payed piece work so time is money and if a tool can shave minutes off a job so it doesn't turn into hours Iwill buy it no matter the cost. Thats just my 2 cents

I was kinda surprised to see a plumber using Dewalt. Not hating on Dewalt at all, but Milwaukee definatly focuses on the Electrical and Plumbing and HVAC trades.

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those are really slick ladders, i didnt even know dewalt made those. how's the weight compared to a werner?

they are slightly heavier they have wider tread and after using them for so long i couldn't imagine not having the wider tread it seem like your feet don't hurt as bad at the end of the day 

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I was kinda surprised to see a plumber using Dewalt. Not hating on Dewalt at all, but Milwaukee definatly focuses on the Electrical and Plumbing and HVAC trades.

 

i agree but and i might in the future when all these tool wear out of most likely get stolen might make the switch just because Milwaukee is more focused on my trade fir sure 

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