I am sure I am going to get some greif for asking a non-Ridgid Question in this forum, but her goes: Does anyone know of a good reason I can't charge my 12v Black and Decker batteries in my 12v Dewalt charger ? The batteries look identical excpet for a small molded ridge on that prevents them from being interchangeable. With a slight modification ( grind off the ridge ) I will then have 4 interchangeable batteries. The B&D charger takes quite a while and batteries should not be left on it, while the DeWalt charger is quick and its OK to leave a battery in it. Any ideas or feedback would be helpful. For what its worth, I love the DeWalt drill, but it goes through batteries like crazy. I am just a home hacker and its somewhat of a problem, so for a pro I imagine it would be a big deal.
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