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Made the jump to cordless, should have done it years ago , just too tight to buy one πŸ˜‚.
Deffo a worthy purchase though. πŸ‘
 
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Made the jump to cordless, should have done it years ago , just too tight to buy one πŸ˜‚.
Deffo a worthy purchase though. πŸ‘
Hope you got the brushless, I've had to open an account with Makita so I can buy in brushes wholesale .
 

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Lol.I agree with you there jcr
 

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Yeah mine burnt out last week ,too late to save it πŸ˜“.any recomendations might be able to pick up a black Friday deal 😁
 
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Yeah mine burnt out last week ,too late to save it πŸ˜“.any recomendations might be able to pick up a black Friday deal 😁
If you have Makita batteries try the brushless .
Parts are available and inexpensive and it's an easy repair .
 

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