One of my local Home Depots still has a new 24V saw, I was comparing it to the 18V saw and seen they were very similar with the exception of the 24V having a composite (plastic) deck, and having a slightly larger housing for the motor. 24V saw=3900 RPM, 18v saw 4100 RPM. It almost seems the 24V saw will run slower with an 18V battery? Will the 24V saw with an 18V battery cut better than the 18V saw? It sounds like a stupid question, especially when I add that I do not have any 24V batteries. I am not very happy with the performance of my 18V saw ripping 1/2"-3/4" plywood. I don't use it to cut much, but what I do cut, its slooow, stalls a lot, makes me wish I had drug the cord out. I dont have any plans to purchase 3+ year old 24v batteries, but seeing this saw got the gears turning and made me think of this question.
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