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Kdrill

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For those of you that are using the kdrill does anyone use a smaller drill?  I have a Makita with around 450 lbs of torque.  I would hate to drop another 300 bucks on a drill that has at least 600 lbs Torque.

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It also has to do with the RPM's, the milwakee has a much faster RPM than other drills.  I tried one on a Dewalt last year and it didn't work very well at all.. 

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you would probably be fine with a 6". Turning an 8" you may have problems

 

If you already have the battery and charger this is cheaper than 300.

https://www.amazon.com/Makita-XPH07Z-Lithium-Brushless-Cordless/dp/B00M46N19K/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1480423160&sr=8-2&keywords=makita+brushless+hammer+drill

 

This is what I use and its a beast! I think you could spin a 10" blade with it!

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On 11/27/2016 at 0:26 PM, Todd Caswell said:

It also has to do with the RPM's, the milwakee has a much faster RPM than other drills.  I tried one on a DeWalt last year and it didn't work very well at all.. 

I do not entirely agree with this statement. The RPM's are very similar between the two manufacturers brushless drills.  Plus you are supposed to run your drill on the lowest speed setting.

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