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  1. #14
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    I have hilti te-4 with the dust extractor. Next will be the fuel m18 1-1/8 with dist extractor since everything else i own is milwaukee

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  2. #15
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    I almost paid for an expensive hammer drill but then I found out a good friend of mine was really good at making holes in walls so now I just use him. He's kind fat and has bad rosacea but he really is a sweet guy!

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  4. #16
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    I just got a 1 9/16 Milwaukee rotary hammer recently when my makita wouldn't make it through an 18 inch concrete wall. It works really well. Also have a cordless Dewalt for the small stuff. That's Hawaiian punch reference is hilarious.

  5. #17
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    I've got 2 hilti's that I got at the tool auction. I think I got my ATC-76 for around $200.00 and it was in good shape.

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    My son in law works for Bosch so I use a 11250VSRD, it has the dust collection system and the lock in type bits. SWEET......

  7. #19
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    Have had Milwaukee M18 for about 8 years now used daily. Not one of my M18 tools have even had a problem yet. Not only that once you get 1 milwaukee tool, the battery is interchangeable and you can buy other bare tools cheaper.

  8. #20
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    I can recommend the DEWALT DCH273B 20v for what I think may be your need.

  9. #21
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    I generally use a M18 Fuel hammer drill and the newest version will literally hurt you if you don't use the aux handle. But sometimes more is required, and I have a Hilti for that work, and if that won't do it, I shouldn't have taken the job!

  10. #22
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    After 3 years I sure hope the guy got his hole drilled.

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