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Free tools with Milwaukee Tool M18 18V HIGH OUTPUT Starter Kit $399

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Sep 6, 2015
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[Home Depot] Free tools with Milwaukee Tool M18 18V HIGH OUTPUT Starter Kit $399

Milwaukee Tool M18 18V HIGH OUTPUT Starter Kit with (1) 8.0 Ah, Battery (1) 6.0 Ah Battery, Rapid Charger & Bag
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/1001536825

Possible return the battery kit, keep the tools for a discounted price. These tools are never on sale. It’s about $100off on each tool.

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Sep 6, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Just bought this kit with m18 fuel grinder. The battery kit max return value is $245.68 and grinder is $153.32.
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slammergu wrote: Just bought this kit with m18 fuel grinder. The battery kit max return value is $245.68 and grinder is $153.32.
For just taking car/suv wheels off.

M12 ½ stubby or this m18 impact wrench?

Obviously more power is better. Is it necessary though
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too bad there is not hackzall 18
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slammergu wrote: Just bought this kit with m18 fuel grinder. The battery kit max return value is $245.68 and grinder is $153.32.
Do you have to first buy the whole thing and go to customer service to return the item you don't want or can you do it right when you buy them?
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chilli604 wrote: For just taking car/suv wheels off.

M12 ½ stubby or this m18 impact wrench?

Obviously more power is better. Is it necessary though
You can also use the impact wrench for brake related jobs and, if I recall correctly, suspension related work which require a decent amount of unfastening torque. I have the M18 high torque version and, I love it to bits especially since you can set the RPM so as to avoid shearing the bolt off and, easily control the bolts removal. Looking at the specs for the M18 mid torque, it should be more than enough, and I believe I see three buttons to control the RPMs. My vote for the M18.
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May 27, 2016
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chilli604 wrote: For just taking car/suv wheels off.

M12 ½ stubby or this m18 impact wrench?

Obviously more power is better. Is it necessary though

M12 should be enough unless you already have the M18 system. Personally I dislike pin detent anvils.
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Sep 6, 2015
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uman wrote: Do you have to first buy the whole thing and go to customer service to return the item you don't want or can you do it right when you buy them?
You have to buy the whole thing first.
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Feb 14, 2008
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chilli604 wrote: For just taking car/suv wheels off.

M12 ½ stubby or this m18 impact wrench?

Obviously more power is better. Is it necessary though
Go with the full M18 impact. When it technically looks like the M12 is sufficient on paper, sometimes in real world situations you need the extra power.
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Dec 2, 2009
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Guys... I RFDed it up Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Bought 3 sets to keep 1 item of each and maximize return value
Bought the M18 $399 kit to return battery/charger (max refund $253) and keep circular saw (max refund $145)
Bought the M18 $279 kit to keep battery/charger (max refund $181) and refund most expensive gift of Wet Dry Vac (max refund $97.13)
Bought the M18 $279 kit to return battery/charger (max refund $206) and keep random orbit sander (max refund $73)

I was originally going to keep going on my Ridgid items but missed their event in March so this seemed like the next best thing but now I have two battery lineups
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Ghiness wrote: Guys... I RFDed it up Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Bought 3 sets to keep 1 item of each and maximize return value
Bought the M18 $399 kit to return battery/charger (max refund $253) and keep circular saw (max refund $145)
Bought the M18 $279 kit to keep battery/charger (max refund $181) and refund most expensive gift of Wet Dry Vac (max refund $97.13)
Bought the M18 $279 kit to return battery/charger (max refund $206) and keep random orbit sander (max refund $73)

I was originally going to keep going on my Ridgid items but missed their event in March so this seemed like the next best thing but now I have two battery lineups
Better to keep the high output batteries for $253 instead of regular ones for $181. Higher resale value as it’s the latest plus it comes with rapid charger instead of regular
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cmosve wrote: Better to keep the high output batteries for $253 instead of regular ones for $181. Higher resale value as it’s the latest plus it comes with rapid charger instead of regular
Damn why must you do this??? I may have to go and repurchase the most expensive with the impact wrench and return it to make the high output battery/charger at $234. So $181 vs $234, an extra $53 dollars for fast charge and 8ah/6ah vs 5ah/2ah seems worth it...

But gotta spend more to save more amirite?
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cmosve wrote: Better to keep the high output batteries for $253 instead of regular ones for $181. Higher resale value as it’s the latest plus it comes with rapid charger instead of regular
Not to mention the heavier duty tools will see a significant increase in power by using these specific batteries. Even some of the regular tools have shown to benefit from these as well.
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Sep 21, 2006
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When you return the battery/tools do you get store credit or full refund?
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cmosve wrote: Better to keep the high output batteries for $253 instead of regular ones for $181. Higher resale value as it’s the latest plus it comes with rapid charger instead of regular
A week ago I just purchased the m18 mid impact wrench & battery set for $299 with 5 & 2ah battery & standard charger, not sure it's worth it to return and spend the extra $100 to get rapid charger and higher battery. I don't see anyway I can get the bundle lower as I don't have any m18 batteries. How much faster is rapid charger? And does it with for M12 batteries too
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Sep 21, 2006
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The rapid chargers are much faster. I have both and it is less than half the time to fully charge my 12ah battery.
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antiflux wrote: When you return the battery/tools do you get store credit or full refund?
You get the full return value of the item back on your method of payment.
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Nov 12, 2018
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Anyone know if the grinder will run ok on 5ah batteries? Thinking about buying and returning battery/charger kit.
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DIY_Tanker wrote: Anyone know if the grinder will run ok on 5ah batteries? Thinking about buying and returning battery/charger kit.
Yes. It takes any m18 battery.
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Has anyone one here used the vacuum?

I want to grab it for small jobs but I also know it’s a almost 10yr old design.

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