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Using compressed air to clean out the concrete hole.

#21
DeWalt's batterys are crazy expensive.
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#22
They all are!! I mean $80 for a battery???? Dodgy

Maybe for my truck.... Not for my little drill Exclamation
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#23
Thats one reason I would not buy an electric car. lol
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(10-13-2011, 03:52 PM)Ernesto Wrote:  Thats one reason I would not buy an electric car. lol

Oh man, electric cars... Anybody have one? The technology just isn't there yet. Without government funding they would cost a lot more than they do, and seriously, do they save money? Or even the planet?
If the average soccer mom drives 12,000 miles a year and drives a VW Jetta diesel she'll spend $1,150 a year on fuel. She can drive for thousands of miles without worrying about plugging in the car and dealing with a 100 mile range limit. Oh, she could get a hybrid car that has battery and electric, but then she's burning fuel and has the whole battery issue to deal with.

The batteries? They will need to be replaced in about 4 years. Cost? Right around $3500. And while you charge them the power is coming form a coal burning electric plant. I just don't buy into the idea...... Dodgy
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#25
I test drove the Ford Focus and the salesman wouldn't tell me how much they cost to replace or how long they would last. The car hauls ass though.

How long do those DeWalt batterys last. I have some newer ones for my Ryobi tools and they last me 3 about years.
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#26
Depending on use, I've gotten 7 years out of batteries....
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#27
To blow the fine dust out should be no problem. Excessive air might cause you to reach dew point, but that is a remote possibility.
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