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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by Lu47Dan @ Today at 07:33 AM

The ones I bought were on Amazon. I searched for Craftsman 19.2 batteries. There's a slew of them on there for various brands. So far I like them. Used them a little over the weekend. Dan.
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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by JimC @ Today at 06:43 AM

Ill have to look into that. I retired my B&D tools because the batteries Sucked compared to the new Ryobi stuff. Love the cordless stuff for quick fixes but still rely on electric & pneumatic tools for big projects
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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by Lu47Dan @ 12/06/18 11:48 AM

What really surprised me was that they showed up yesterday, the tracking onfo had them arriving today. Came USPS, that was why I was surprised. Today, I am going to run some temporary piping on the backhoe, so I can move it to it's winter resting pl
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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by sonny @ 12/06/18 10:44 AM

The cordless tools are kinda handy!--I was given a "well used" chraftsman 18-v variable speed drill and I use it a lot. This thing is very old and I am sure the batts. are weak but I still use it. thanks; sonny
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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by GLyford @ 12/06/18 02:41 AM

So far I have had good results with Nimh "clone" batteries for my old b&d drills...
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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by Lu47Dan @ 12/05/18 10:26 AM

Yep, Sonny, the trap will stay in there until I am sure it has left the A.O. Once I have replacedbthe roof and the door, I will pull the trap out of there. I ordered a set of two batteries for my Craftsman 19.2V battery tools. They are not Nicad, the
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Jump to new posts Re: Shop modifications by sonny @ 12/04/18 06:37 PM

coons are also hunting for a place to hibernate for the winter!--Still have 1 messing around here now and then.Leave the trap set and see what happens!---It may make another hole in the wall!! thanks; sonny
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