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Re: Dewalts XRP-vs Milwaukee

From: J. Garden <jgarden_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 18:54:15 -0800

Try the new TORCH (by Miluakee) blades for your sawzall, they are pretty
impressive.


Happy Trails,

Jack Garden
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Subject: Re: [EBML] Dewalts XRP-vs Milwaukee


> For what its worth, I just bought the two speed DeWalt DW 954 14.4 volt
> (3/8ths). I was going to buy the 12 but this was $144 vs 119 for the
twelve
> so I figured I use a lot of big wood spades (5/8ths, 3/4" etc plus also
drive
> lag bolts and the extra power might come in handy. I'll say this though-
> I've used a 7 volt Stanley for about 10 years and relied on my cord jobs
for
> the heavy duty stuff. 12 is probably plenty as long as you have a battery
in
> the charger.. While I love my trustee old Milwaukee sawsall, I think from
> what I have read the deWalt cordless jobs have the slight edge- at least
they
> did when Wood magazine did a comparison in 99. Either way I'm sure you'll
be
> satisfied.
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Received on Wed Feb 13 2002 - 19:54:32 MST


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