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Wanted / Re: AMC20 Housing in good condition
« Last post by rich on June 15, 2017, 06:29:21 PM »
99% sure wide track
The BBQ is coming up quick
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Wanted / Re: AMC20 Housing in good condition
« Last post by Bluerocket on June 15, 2017, 02:50:13 PM »
I have a model 20 if you need it

I'll let you know over the next couple weeks.   do you by chance know the width?  (mine are widetrack)
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Wanted / Re: AMC20 Housing in good condition
« Last post by rich on June 15, 2017, 02:41:36 PM »
I have a model 20 if you need it
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Wanted / Re: AMC20 Housing in good condition
« Last post by SPYDER on June 14, 2017, 07:08:33 AM »
My vote is mogs to be different.  Everyone is doing tons these days
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Wanted / Re: AMC20 Housing in good condition
« Last post by jeepgod on June 13, 2017, 08:35:12 PM »
Jeepgod-Influencing people to do cool things since 2003. Actually, probably way before that, but that's when I met him.

Haha, thanks I try



Tons! Rocks, planetary, mogs, etc
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Wanted / Re: AMC20 Housing in good condition
« Last post by rockdaletj on June 12, 2017, 09:26:37 PM »
Jeepgod-Influencing people to do cool things since 2003. Actually, probably way before that, but that's when I met him.
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General Discussion / Re: Opinion on cordless/electric yard tools
« Last post by jps4jeep on June 12, 2017, 02:09:03 PM »
SO I bought the brushless Ryobi string trimmer on Friday, charged it over night as the direction instructed to and trimmed out the entire yard Saturday morning.  It got it done, weighs less than my old gas job but clearly doesn't have the power.  But that lack of power didn't cause me to take any longer to get the work finished and that's a win in my book.

This particular modle uses the same batteries and charger as all my other ryobi cordless lithium junk so that was a positive.
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General Discussion / Re: Opinion on cordless/electric yard tools
« Last post by Tooch on June 12, 2017, 07:51:24 AM »
Thanks.  Looking at the pictures in your link, it appears it uses a different battery than all the 18 volt ryobi stuff I already have.  Regardless, thanks for the advice.

It uses a 40V because i wanted the extra power.  I tested both the 18v and 40v before i bought them at a demo day a couple years ago and the 18v didn't feel right.  I don't have any ryobi equipment so it didn't matter to me for compatibility, but i'm very glad i went 40v. 
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General Discussion / Re: Opinion on cordless/electric yard tools
« Last post by Twisty on June 10, 2017, 09:49:29 AM »
I have the lithium 18v ryobi batteries that I use in a 1/2 drill and various flashlights.  Overall, for the price I'm very pleased with the performance.  The batteries are relatively low in their amp hour capacity and do wear out a little quickly, but they are probably pushing 5+ years of use.  My only complaint with the drill is when it's cold out I get some bearing noise.  I have the Milwaukee 1/2 brushless impact and am really impressed with the system.  Not so sure that they have as many home owner attachments as ryobi, and they are significantly more expensive.
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Public Events / Re: NEJZ club meeting Sat June 10th
« Last post by Axle on June 10, 2017, 07:06:29 AM »
I'm there
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