Yeah but looks like for the same or a few dollars more and 5 year warranty KolbaltHarbor Freight
was the 2x4 you were drilling into, was that actually your head that caught on fire?I had a small job to do.....pre DeWalt days.
So I bought a cheap Harbor Freight crap drill.....I was drilling a small 3/8" hole In a 2x4........the drill actually
CAUGHT ON FIRE
SOOOO....don be a Larry lunchpail dumbass....get something you can be proud of the rest of
Yor life.....cuz I'm fairly sure that he don buy
Shit guns....right Larr?
.cuz I'm fairly sure that he don buy
Shit guns....right Larr?
It’s done and over with but we also use dewalt from my battery finish nailer to my framing nailer they’ve been awesome. Plus we have tons of batteries so we’ve always got them charged on jobs so no waiting for chargers. Just great tools. Am liking our little rigid jig saw thonot a big fan of Kobalt in general, Raf
Haven't owned any of their power tools, but their hand tools, saws, bits, blades, etc ain't all that...
Milwaukee (own plenty of their stuff) but quit buying it years ago.
Failed switches and crap batteries has been my experience over the years
if you want to cheap out and not buy DeWalt, Bosch or Makita...go to Harbor Freight with a 20% off coupon and see what they have
This is doubly important if you drive a Ford. They have had problems with lugs snapping and use lug nuts that have a sheet metal cover that gets ground up and causes problems. See: Ford; swollen nuts.The most important post of the thread should be about stretching wheel studs.
but you'll always hear this little voice in yor hEDThanks guys for all the imputs..
I went with Kobalt 24v Max. It’s a beast.
while at the store looking around, saw they had a sale for that impact wrench with battery and bag for $149. Regular price was $219. Grabbed it and went to pay for it. Sale ended last night midnight. But because they failed to remove the sale price from off the shelf, the sale price was honored.
5 year warranty and 3 year warranty on the battery.
I couldn’t resist.
For my uses since i am not a mechanic, I think it will do me just fine.
Thanks again my brothers...
I found that out 1st. hand when I went to swap tires over on my wife's Fusion.This is doubly important if you drive a Ford. They have had problems with lugs snapping and use lug nuts that have a sheet metal cover that gets ground up and causes problems. See: Ford; swollen nuts.