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wouldn't you want your second drill to be compatible with the first so you could exchange batteries and chargers?
Or are you asking what would be a recommendation to replace your RIDGID with another make drill/driver?
Who else has the warranty on the tool or batteries that RIDGID does? That's where you want to look, and I don't think you will find a better deal than the one RIDGID has.
Stick with RIDGID, I think you'll be better off.
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