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    utopia78
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    Toronto, ON

    Anyone else using the rhh 181 still? I have to say I’m a bit disappointed, fully charged battery and its struggling to drill 5/8 holes. Any thoughts? @utopia78

    Switch a Core18v in there and I don’t think you will have any issues.

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    #631371
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    Anyone else using the rhh 181 still? I have to say I’m a bit disappointed, fully charged battery and its struggling to drill 5/8 holes. Any thoughts?

    That’s quite odd…should not have any problems. what size ah battery did you use? a 2.0 or 4.0 ?!

    This was using a fully charged 6.0 battery. My coworker was using his Milwaukee fuel rotary hammer and drilling holes almost twice as fast as the Bosch. I got through about 8 of the 5/8 holes and the battery was dead. I had such high expectations but now I’ll probably end up selling the Bosch and getting a Milwaukee fuel. I’m going to do a more comprehensive full review so I’ll give some more thoughts when I get that going

    do you know how much Impact Energy (ft. lbs.) the milwaukee fuel has?
    the RHH181 has only 1.25 ft-lbs and the new bulldog GBH18V-26 1.9 ft-lbs

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    #631416
    utopia78
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    Toronto, ON

    Anyone else using the rhh 181 still? I have to say I’m a bit disappointed, fully charged battery and its struggling to drill 5/8 holes. Any thoughts? @utopia78

    Switch a Core18v in there and I don’t think you will have any issues.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BTEue_lDtwy/?taken-by=hardworkcanada&hl=en

    I drilled these with the 6.0Ah way back. Did fairly well but it wasn’t something I did often.

    Once again, it’s night and day using the Core18v instead.

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    #631431
    kswiss
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    edmonton, AB

    Alright I guess I’ll have to pick up a core battery to test out

    #631442
    utopia78
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    Toronto, ON

    Alright I guess I’ll have to pick up a core battery to test out

    It sort of makes the RHH181 a new tool once you add that. It makes the idea of the RHH181 model itself more practical.

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    #631470
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    Alright I guess I’ll have to pick up a core battery to test out

    Let us know how it performs with a core battery as soon as you get one.

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    #631489
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    Switch a Core18v in there and I don’t think you will have any issues.

    Alright I guess I’ll have to pick up a core battery to test out

    After reading some posts on here it appears that this maybe the reason for the CORE to give older brushed tools brushless type power without investing in all new tools. Can’t hurt to try out a CORE.

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