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prong
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18v XU1 drill for $29.95

Bunnings now sells a 18v XU1 drill for $29.95 for anyone interested.

Post Sat Jan 08, 2005 1:09 pm 
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yeah wayde mentioned that at robowars, wonder if its worth the extra $10 for 5 more drill cells Very Happy
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yeah wayde mentioned that at robowars, wonder if its worth the extra $10 for 5 more drill cells Very Happy
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personally I would just buy 2 12v drills

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yeah, it would be interesting to know if the motors and gearboxes are different also. but ill let some other sucker spend the $30 Laughing
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I'm looking into Kmart's 9.6v Cordless Drills for something like $15.

I'll check them out, and see whether they're as good as KK2's, which sadly have dissappeared...
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@ eyce yer i brought some o those and they are like the kk2's they have a metal end cap and the shaft on the gearbox is a few mm longer
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whats the rpm on the 18v drill any faster? Smile
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Tim F, before you go hunting even more speed, why don't you get that aerial problem sorted Razz
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oh well that ones easy get a new radio probably the 70's range cause you can have those wikid cool surface arials Smile thats what im saveing for at the moment after i get some others sorted like mag motor and crap
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Lol, Magmotor. Waste-o-cash.
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Itís even easier than that
Donít make your Arial at the event and test it for the first time in the arena Very Happy
Iíve never be so unorganized before a event lol the night before I was just going to be happy if the thing moved
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he i know how ya feel Laughing
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