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pjones46

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#1 posted 530 days ago

Try these guys for reconditioned tools. I have a Hitachi WH12DMR 12V Cordless Impact Driver which I purchased about four years ago. Needed batteries for it and bought another reconditioned WH12DMR 12V Cordless Impact Driver in the “A” class for $99 which came with case, two batteries, tool and charger and not a scratch on it. Looked like a brand new tool for less than half the cost of a new tool kit. By the way the new batteries priced out at about $55 each best price new, so I got a deal.

Check out Hitachi torque and I think you will find it is among the highest.

pj

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