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Best Snow Blower for Wet Snow (Part III)

Best Snow Blower for Wet Snow (Part III)

Briggs & Stratton — 1696563 Top snow blower for wet snow if you want a heavy-duty model. This snow blower will get rid of wet heavy snow with ease. Features: Engineered to start strong  Push-button electric beginning makes for fast and simple begins down to -20F Free hand control provides one-handed operation of the snow blower, giving you a free hand to turn the chute, adjust the deflector or alter the speed Steel dash panel with on-the-go dash mounted chute rotation and…

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Best Snow Blower for Wet Snow (Part II)

Best Snow Blower for Wet Snow (Part II)

Snow Joe ION100V-21SB-CT 2800W brushless motor helps to deliver optimal motor performance, battery endurance, as well as diminish noise vibration. Clears around 16 tons of snow per charge 100V battery has integrated USB ports, onboard LED emergency light ideal for camping power failures, and a carrying handle When selecting a snowblower, you have to decide how much, and how frequently the snow melts to amass enough water to make it heavy enough to need a bigger, more costly snowblower. This…

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Best Snow Blower for Wet Snow (Part I)

Best Snow Blower for Wet Snow (Part I)

What’s the best snow blower for wet snow? Craftsman 2-Stage GAS Snow Blower Handling heavy, wet snow is no joke. If you reside in an area where you have to move big piles of wet snow, you probably know the significance of having the top snow blower for wet snow. Unavoidably, you’ll be wanting a two-stage snow blower, maybe a three-stage machine if you have a very big yard. Though for most domestic users, a two-stage snow blower should be…

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Best Cordless Tool Kits for 2019 (Part III) 

Best Cordless Tool Kits for 2019 (Part III) 

  Milwaukee 2696-24 M18 Cordless Compact Combo Tool Kit This cordless power combo kit ranks high on our review. The Milwaukee 2696-24 M18 is a 4-tool cordless combo kit which has an M18 Sawzall drill/driver, M18 Hammer reciprocating saw, M18 work light, and an M18 circular saw. This cordless combo set is crafted to have an efficient blend of performance, weight, and power to provide an incredible workforce for you. The drill/driver has a two-motor design which can go from 0…

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Best Cordless Tool Kits for 2019 (Part II) 

Best Cordless Tool Kits for 2019 (Part II) 

PORTER-CABLE PCCK619L8 Cordless Power Tool Set This combo tool set is about as close to the DeWalt combo kit as you’re going to get. It has close to all the features, except the Bluetooth speakers. This combo set has a PCC601 drill driver. Also, the impact driver that is included has a two-speed setup. This set comes with a jigsaw that lets its users to work with a speed of over 2,000 SPM and cuts only around a quarter inch…

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Best Cordless Tool Kits for 2019 (Part I)

Best Cordless Tool Kits for 2019 (Part I)

Getting a cordless tool set is a very wise decision when it comes to getting your workbench ready. It is truly a choice you won’t regret. Folks buy a combo tool set because it is inexpensive, very versatile, and they are quite portable when it comes to handling. People like to work on their own, well, most folks do. They want to tackle that opposition until they can’t find a way to fix it. The only solution is to contact…

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Top Gas Chainsaws

Top Gas Chainsaws

Gas powered chainsaws are matchless for their performance and raw power. When it comes to the demanding work of felling trees and chopping them into firewood, there’s just no stand-in for the chain saw. In fact, they’re so incredible, it’s difficult to find a bad one. Top Overall: Stihl MS 261 C-M The Stihl might be heavier and longer than its competitors, but it’s a good, torque chainsaw that locks in and stays with the cut, no matter how hard it becomes….

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Best Chop Saws

Best Chop Saws

When you’re sawing rebar, the loud noise of metal hitting is as loud as school bell. Steel is hard. You could use an angle grinder, a hacksaw, or even a torch to cut it, but an abrasive chop saw is a superior choice because it utilizes an abrasive disc instead of a saw blade, it has no teeth to get stuck and can plow through cast iron, steel pipe, chunky angle stock, or rebar. With one of these saws, you…

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Top Cordless Drills

Top Cordless Drills

We’ve taken a look at the future, or at least as it relates to cordless drills. That was our opinion after testing some new cordless drills. These tools can be outfitted two ways, either with a big battery for long sessions of driving screws or boring holes. Or, a little battery that reduces their bulk and weight. Nonetheless, they possess an amazing ability to screw and bore. We tested the tools’ performance after leaving them in a cool garage for…

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Buying Used Tools

Buying Used Tools

When putting together a home workshop, you need a wide variety of tools. Buying them all new is very expensive, so looking at used tools is definitely something worth considering. Whether you are into wood working, repairing cars, or fixing small engines – buying used tools and equipment can save you a lot of money. You may also be able to buy higher quality used tools for lower quality prices. High quality tools that are taken care of can last…

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