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    Been watching these on multiple sites waiting for a decent sale. Watch and wait no more !

    Congratulations , nice score , I definitely would like to get a few of those higher amp batteries.
    I bet they will give you lots of runtime , what will you be using them in

    #761078
    Sprokitz
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    Eastern shore of, Pa

    I bet they will give you lots of runtime , what will you be using them in

    The 12v recip for sure and I may use one in the GLI300. That would give it a stable base to stand up and should last forever on a charge

    #761083

    I bet they will give you lots of runtime , what will you be using them in

    The 12v recip for sure and I may use one in the GLI300. That would give it a stable base to stand up and should last forever on a charge

    Ah yes , that’s a good idea , I just sold my old 12 volt PS30 and PS40 with the original batteries , I think they were the 1.3 amps , now I just have the 12 volt 3/8 impact and the jigsaw , plus 2 of the FL12S
    i definitely want to get one of those lights you have eventually
    I have to say , those Bosch battery holders I bought from your son are pretty good , use them all the time 👍

    Well infact the Ryobi and Ego ones are great also

    #761088
    Sprokitz
    Pro
    Eastern shore of, Pa

    I have to say , those Bosch battery holders I bought from your son are pretty good , use them all the time

    Well infact the Ryobi and Ego ones are great also

    Good to know they are still working out for you. If ever you need something else just let me know, or contact my son directly

    #761091

    I have to say , those Bosch battery holders I bought from your son are pretty good , use them all the time

    Well infact the Ryobi and Ego ones are great also

    Good to know they are still working out for you. If ever you need something else just let me know, or contact my son directly

    Yeah thanks , most definitely will , we have each other contact information , oh yeah thanks for the link last time for the contest.

    By the way , how’s your son’s house and shop , have you guys done anything else to it.

    #761113
    Sprokitz
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    Eastern shore of, Pa

    By the way , how’s your son’s house and shop , have you guys done anything else to it.

    He’s been real busy on his house, shop and garden. He quit his day job and had intentions of “taking the summer off”. LOL. He had a small plumbing leak that turned out into tearing his house up! It was all copper.. but the idiots that did it used galvanized clamps and strapping all over. Everywhere was full of corrosion, and or pin holes, along with some seriously hacked floor joists. After that nightmare he decided to do some work in the bathroom…adding an outlet and fresh paint, that turned into 3/4 full remodel, complete rewire, switches, outlets,light fixtures, toilet, vanity, sink, he built a medicine cabinet to fit in the wall rather than surface mount so some altering of framing and sheetrock repair, primer, paint.

    #761119

    Been watching these on multiple sites waiting for a decent sale. Watch and wait no more !

    Well that’s not fair. Where are they for a decent price?

    CPO

    Thanks for posting this…I have been wanting to pick up a couple of these for my Flexi. I would prefer a slightly bigger battery for it vs the cylinder style.

    Orange County, CA

    #761250
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Been watching these on multiple sites waiting for a decent sale. Watch and wait no more !

    Nice score.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #761253

    Sprokitz wrote:
    redwood wrote:
    Sprokitz wrote:
    Been watching these on multiple sites waiting for a decent sale. Watch and wait no more !

    Well that’s not fair. Where are they for a decent price?

    CPO

    Thanks for posting this…I have been wanting to pick up a couple of these for my Flexi. I would prefer a slightly bigger battery for it vs the cylinder style.

    I did not realize that Bosch and others had come out with a 6.0ah battery in their 12v line. You learn something new everyday I guess.

    #761260

    By the way , how’s your son’s house and shop , have you guys done anything else to it.

    He’s been real busy on his house, shop and garden. He quit his day job and had intentions of “taking the summer off”. LOL. He had a small plumbing leak that turned out into tearing his house up! It was all copper.. but the idiots that did it used galvanized clamps and strapping all over. Everywhere was full of corrosion, and or pin holes, along with some seriously hacked floor joists. After that nightmare he decided to do some work in the bathroom…adding an outlet and fresh paint, that turned into 3/4 full remodel, complete rewire, switches, outlets,light fixtures, toilet, vanity, sink, he built a medicine cabinet to fit in the wall rather than surface mount so some altering of framing and sheetrock repair, primer, paint.

    oof , that sounds like a small nightmare , hopefully he’s getting to the end of it , have you been helping him out for the projects , or you just to busy yourself . I bet that vanity must look great ,

    #761269
    Sprokitz
    Pro
    Eastern shore of, Pa

    have you been helping him out for the projects , or you just to busy yourself

    Mostly tele-help and lots of emails with pics. He’s a bit too far to just swing by and lend a hand.

    #761608
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    My order for the cordless M18 OMT arrived, with a free 2ah battery.

    #761631
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    I got some SDS Plus bits for Rotary hammer the other day. These just some cheap bits to get me start and to see what I need going forward. I don’t much about

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #761692

    My order for the cordless M18 OMT arrived, with a free 2ah battery.

    Congratulations , just don’t get those speed and locking mechanism confused lol

    #761693

    I got some SDS Plus bits for Rotary hammer the other day. These just some cheap bits to get me start and to see what I need going forward. I don’t much about

    Congrats , I remember Kevin mentioned about the expense of buying bits for the rotary hammer , definitely adds up quickly , I think I spent easy 4 t 5 hundred bucks so far , just the Bosch spade bit was 100 bucks

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