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I'm all set here.:lol:
Just ordered myself a Dewalt DCF880B, 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 1/2" Impact Wrench (Tool Only)

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My big, heavy, old, electric 1/2" impact, bit the big one................:hide:
 

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No batteries or charger?
 

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Cool! Is that one brushless?

I've been looking at the Milwaukee impact for a while, haven't bought it yet...
No it is not the brushless. Well let me say this, it didn't say it was.
 

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No batteries or charger?
I have a few of Dewalt's 20V cordless tools already and have plenty batteries and chargers.
2 flashlights
6.5" circular saw
1/2" hammer drill
1/2" drill
1/4" impact
Jig saw
I guess you could say I'm a cool dad.:thumbup1gif: :lol:
 

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I have a few of Dewalt's 20V cordless tools already and have plenty batteries and chargers.
2 flashlights
6.5" circular saw
1/2" hammer drill
1/2" drill
1/4" impact
Jig saw
I guess you could say I'm a cool dad.:thumbup1gif: :lol:
That's what I thought. Does babycakes have a project coming up?:laugh:
 

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That's what I thought. Does babycakes have a project coming up?:laugh:
Nope, but she does need a good impact for changing mower blades now that the big electric impact, is going to be history.:p :lol:
 

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I'm all set here.:lol:
Just ordered myself a Dewalt DCF880B, 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 1/2" Impact Wrench (Tool Only)

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My big, heavy, old, electric 1/2" impact, bit the big one................:hide:
I thought you just got a new zero turn? And, now this?:laugh:
 

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Planning on picking up a shiny new Stihl modular trimmer for Father's day. Nothing like practical gifts as far as I'm concerned.
 

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Planning on picking up a shiny new Stihl modular trimmer for Father's day. Nothing like practical gifts as far as I'm concerned.
:thumbup1gif:We'll need to see it.
 

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:thumbup1gif:We'll need to see it.
Gonna take a couple weeks. Out of town on business.

Currently 104 degrees outside - 106-109 forecasted daily through next week. I miss Michigan.

No me gusta las temperaturas extremas aquí en México.:laugh:
 

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Gonna take a couple weeks. Out of town on business.

Currently 104 degrees outside - 106-109 forecasted daily through next week. I miss Michigan.

No me gusta las temperaturas extremas aquí en México.:laugh:
Hace calor! It will get that way here soon. Am enjoying the low 90s for highs. Have seen triple digits as early as April some years, but usually have a few of them by June.

When we were freezing out behinds off in January here, a co worker was on vacation in Brazil. It was 126* while she was there. Nothing like leaving record cold, or such as that!
 

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Gonna take a couple weeks. Out of town on business.

Currently 104 degrees outside - 106-109 forecasted daily through next week. I miss Michigan.

No me gusta las temperaturas extremas aquí en México.:laugh:
Where in Mexico?
 

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Where in Mexico?
Western Sonoran desert - Hermosillo. I think it's located pretty near the Sun apparently.

It regularly hits the mid 120's in July/August - which is, unfortunately, when I will be back here again.

I have the pleasure of also touring injection molding facilities down here - ambient temp on the manufacturing floor is 130+ I have NO IDEA how these people put up with it for a full work day.

They say it's a dry heat, but so is the inside of my oven and I wouldn't want to live there either.:lol:
 

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Western Sonoran desert - Hermosillo. I think it's located pretty near the Sun apparently.

It regularly hits the mid 120's in July/August - which is, unfortunately, when I will be back here again.

I have the pleasure of also touring injection molding facilities down here - ambient temp on the manufacturing floor is 130+ I have NO IDEA how these people put up with it for a full work day.

They say it's a dry heat, but so is the inside of my oven and I wouldn't want to live there either.:lol:
Like El Paso, VERY HOT. We just finished a project in El Paso.
 

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You were in Texas...and didnt come by to see me?

I swanny.....:cray:
I supervised from NY on this one.:thumbup1gif:
 

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Like El Paso, VERY HOT. We just finished a project in El Paso.
The only El Paso Gizmo is supervising is a bowl of Old El Paso and some tortilla chips.
 

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The only El Paso Gizmo is supervising is a bowl of Old El Paso and some tortilla chips.
Didn't he say he was in New York City? NEW YORK CITY???? Get a rope.


I miss those Old El Paso commercials for some reason:laugh:
 
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