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Duncan

The Cool Tools Thread

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Ryobi one is to large for small places

battery to large

send back buy Milwaukee 

 

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Besides a proper hoist
 
this thing and the 10mm socket is my second love614A9542-64B7-4675-B142-AD3D52C898C8.thumb.jpeg.55fd85f244df787bb5db72bb431408b2.jpeg

Bought that a couple months back don't know how I survived all these years without it.

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Happy with how the battery adaptor worked out.

Not as slim as the Milwaukee but cheaper and still going to get in more places than the drill I was using plus now I can grab other cheapie Ryobi skins when I need a sometimes tool and keep using the better AEG batteries.

If I find the battery bulk holding me back on the regular I will grab the Milwaukee and just bite the bullet on having 2 different sets of batteries/chargers (a pet hate).

See how we go.

Next on the list is a bigger shed at the new place with room for a proper size hoist.



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8 hours ago, ActionDan said:

Happy with how the battery adaptor worked out.

Not as slim as the Milwaukee but cheaper and still going to get in more places than the drill I was using plus now I can grab other cheapie Ryobi skins when I need a sometimes tool and keep using the better AEG batteries.

If I find the battery bulk holding me back on the regular I will grab the Milwaukee and just bite the bullet on having 2 different sets of batteries/chargers (a pet hate).

See how we go.

Next on the list is a bigger shed at the new place with room for a proper size hoist.



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Where did you get the battery adaptor from Dan?

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12 hours ago, rat32r said:


Bought that a couple months back don't know how I survived all these years without it.

I need to invest in one of those. I might actually work on my cars for once.

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how long does the battery last on the milwaukee ratchet fatz? and does it have enough grunt? not sure if i should go the 1/4 or 3/8

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