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    I see there is a 6A lithium ion direct replacement for the DeWalt 18v nicad tools. Guess I will keep my Dewalt stuff. My Dewalt stuff is still in great condition. Don't use them much anymore.
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    I went to all Ridgid tools. Just had a battery go bad after 3 years of hard use and Ridgid lifetime warranty had a new battery at my door within three days, free of charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartannation View Post
    I went to all Ridgid tools. Just had a battery go bad after 3 years of hard use and Ridgid lifetime warranty had a new battery at my door within three days, free of charge.
    That is hard to beat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cane Pole View Post
    I see there is a 6A lithium ion direct replacement for the DeWalt 18v nicad tools. Guess I will keep my Dewalt stuff. My Dewalt stuff is still in great condition. Don't use them much anymore.
    They also make an adapter that goes in the 18 volt tool and accepts a 20 volt battery
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    They also make an adapter that goes in the 18 volt tool and accepts a 20 volt battery
    Another good thing to know!
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    My 20v stuff is porter cable, drill and 1/4 inch impact. Not heavy duty stuff, but they were a gift.
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    I ordered a DeWalt weed eater replacement motor 40v. It fits Brenda's B and D weed eater. Same o, same o. Makes me wonder?????????????????????????/
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    Saw yesterday where Dewalt is coming out with a new battery. It will be made up of lipo cells like what they use in the RC world. Interesting to see how it performs
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