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Review: Ridgid - R851150
This tool has great performance when new, but that dose not last long... the batterys are the worst that I've ever seen in the top grade class tool. I think the tools poor performance is related to the battery problems. the tool actually performs better on the 18V ni-cad. It preforms like a 12v thats 24v heavy
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