bobelk99 Posted April 15, 2012 Report Share Posted April 15, 2012 I just found the forum, so a newbie I am.I have a couple of old barns on which I wish to make various repairs. Carpentry of this nature is new to me.There will be much drilling and screwing involving old seasoned oak lumber. This will include fastening old 2" lumber to 6-8 inch posts using lag screws, or sometimes drilling through the lumber and using bolt fasteners.I am seeking guidance on what drill/drill type to obtain to make the work easier. I am familiar with Dewalt and am considering the DCD950KX kit.I know very little, and would appreciate any guidance/suggestion.Additional question: In looking at 1/4" impact wrenches, I find all seem to have a hex driver head, like for a screwdriver blade, rather than a socket stub. Why is this?ThanksBob Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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