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Hitachi C18DBALP4 18-Volt Brushless 6-1/2" Deep Cut Circular Saw Review

Hitachi C18DBALP4 18-Volt Brushless 6-1/2″ Deep Cut Circular Saw Review

Deep Cut! Hitachi’s C18DBALP4 18-Volt BrushleLithium-IonIon 6-1/2″ Deep Cut Circular Saw will cut deeper than the current Dewalt FlexVolt 7-1/4″ blade left circular saw.  YES, this small and lightweight 6-1/2″ circular saw is capable of a 2-19/32″ cutting depth making it one of the deepest cutting cordless circular saws on the market with a similar […]

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New Hitachi 18V Brushless 3-1/4" Portable Band Saw | Model CB18DBL

New Hitachi 18V Brushless 3-1/4″ Portable Band Saw | Model CB18DBL

Mid-Sized Portable Band Saw Portable band saws are not new, but companies keep finding ways to innovate these tools to make them better and better each year.  Any metal that can be cut on a band saw in our shop is because of the concentrated chip area.  The slow moving blade keeps the metal debris […]

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Ryobi P750 – 18 Volt Hybrid Transfer Pump Review

Hybrid Transfer Pump Ryobi has a new 18-Volt Hybrid Transfer Pump to add to their huge line of 18 volt tools. This transfer pump is unique in that it can run off a Ryobi ONE+ battery or electric power with the included transformer. Being able to use this tool with a battery or via cord […]

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Porter Cable 20 Volt Brushless Drill Driver and Impact Driver Review

What drill should I buy? There are a ton of factors that should be weighed when buying a new tool. Drills and impact drivers are no different. A quality tool will last you many years and lesser quality tools will leave you frustrated and upset at your purchase. A few simple factors can get you […]

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Remove Stuck Rusted Hex Head Bolts

New Hex Head Removing Tool Late November we were contacted by Grip-Edge Tools to introduce us to a new specialty tool called the Grip-Edge Hex.  We designate this as a specialty tool because it has one purpose; to remove stuck hex head bolts.  The Grip-Edge hex is machined so it will aid in grabbing the bolt […]

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