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Old 10-31-2012, 12:25 PM
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DeWalt - They are Yellow for a reason.
LOL what does that mean? My harbor freight one is black, it must be top of the line, eh?

I've given up on an affordable and reliable cordless for heavy use. The harbor freight one is dirt cheap and has been reliable for me, for light use. Obviously it wouldn't hold up in heavy use.

I have a bunch of hitachi tools, they are top notch especially for the price. I have an array, craftsman, milwaki, hitachi, dewalt, etc. I think I own some of each and really they are all great tools, especially if you don't use them day in and day out. I have a black and decker corded drill that is finally dying(I think the brushes need replaced....although I'll likely just buy a new one). The drill is probably about 40 years old and has absolutely been hammered on. We used it one year putting plywood up on friends/neighbors/people who need help houses when the hurricanes came through real bad around 2005, used it for like a week straight all day every day drilling into block houses. It got so hot you could barely touch the plastic casing bare handed lol. Black and decker now is like a tonka toy...
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