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Old 07-19-2017, 12:01 AM   #1
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My god it works, DeWalt 6 inch Flexvolt go to 9 inch cutting blade


I was believing in an 80% chance it would work, as the 36 line could push a 6 blade. There is some work in the firmware, but it fires to full speed % torque of the flex. To put it a different way in stored energy, it could burn a padlock in less than ten seconds.
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The coil over strength trip the firmware trigger in the first pull, it may be a good thing. Get one to pay attention. As this thing has some skills that need to be respected. 2nd trigger pull comes to full strength that needs 2 hands. That was a good safety, to whoever engineered that..
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Cool but what do I use it for RVing?
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Well, since I will be going full time RVing, but will still be working contracting/construction jobs. The goal is to compact as many tools as possible into a smaller space. No cords, all cordless, all mobile, with the highest density of energy, that fits in the smallest space. Diamond blade mostly used for cutting masonry around windows to cap the window. Or cut a window box out of a masonry wall in about 30 minutes.
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