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Offline mlanders

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Whole home renovation.
« on: January 03, 2017, 10:33 PM »
Hello, I have recently started to do a complete renovation on an older home and am looking at picking up either a HKC 55 EB or DWC 18-4500 basic models of each. I will be heading to my local dealer (3 hours away) tomorrow and picking up one of the two. Next week I will be building walls upstairs and a week or two later drywall will be going up. Which one of these in your opinion would be the better choice to get first. I have track that I have used with the carvex but no circular saw and a T18/3 so I have a way to do everything that I need now but life would be easier with both of these. Also I will have a use for both after the house is finished.
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Offline Arvid

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Re: Whole home renovation.
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2017, 10:43 PM »
You don't need either of them to do what you need to do.
So just get which ever one excites you the most first.
Both are overlay priced for their intended purposes. Especially the screw gun

So I guess my vote is if you have to have it get the saw first you'll have more use out of that the. An over priced screw gun