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Post 18 made on Wednesday November 28, 2018 at 00:45
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October 2007
On November 27, 2018 at 23:49, iimig said...
Milwaukee Fuel, and as Paul said don't overlook the M12 stuff. You will need M18 for rough-in work and driving lags, but M12 is great for almost everything else.

The power tool I use more than anything else is the M12 2401-20 screwdriver, it has a 1/4" quick release only (no chuck) which keeps it nice and light and fast for driving any kind of fastener. There is a Fuel version 2402-20 but I haven't switched because some people say the clutch isn't as sensitive. I use the clutch a lot for rack assembly and even rack-ear assembly, where it needs to be quite sensitive.

My Bosch screwdriver just died and I picked up the Milwaukee for $60. Itís still on sale as of this posting but not much stock left. I prefer the screw driver because itís small and has a clutch so I donít overdrive rack screws.


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