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#1 posted 06-28-2020 10:17 PM

John Smith, I’ll pick one up as soon as I can hire a six handed assistant. LOL, that is about the coolest drill I’ve seen. Everyone Else: Thanks for the input. I will be running Cat 5 cable in my home, the existing holes in the stud bays aren’t big enough for 12/3 wire, Cable, AND Cat 5 so I have to drill new holes right next existing ones. The holes on the exterior walls are where the 90 Degree drill comes in. I have an adapter, (Milescraft) which I actually use a fair amount in the shop and house. But I’ll be reaching into a tight area, while trying not to fall through a ceiling, while controlling a 90 degree drill. The 90 degree attachment I have is almost a three handed tool to keep everything together, and in the confines of a hot cramped attic, I prefer to eliminate as many hassles as possible. I will most likely go with the Milwaukee. Thanks again everyone.

-- Larry A. - I've made a small fortune with my woodworking. The trouble is, I started with a large fortune.


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