hey just in time my brithday is coming up pm me and i'll give you my adress:D:D:D:D
I must admit, that since I started using that, my 18 volt stuff is pretty much collecting dust. I cant say enough about that drill and driver and the flashlight is great too.
Quite a colection. I have a Craftsman 16.8 that the battery is starting to lose its run time.
Then theres an old Makita 9.6 volt that afriend gave me for helping him move-It was left in his shed by a previous owner.
2 makita 14.4s- a 6336 and a 3 speed 6339 MXT
Corded Milwaukee 7 amp 1/2 inch drill 0299-20
Corded Milwaukee angle drill 7.5 amp, 3 speed
Corded 3/8th Craftsman Industrial, 4 amps.
Corded 3/8th Black and Decker Quantum Pro 4 amps.
Corded 1/2 inch Black and Decker Quantum Pro Hammer Drill 5 amps.
Corded Ridgid Hammer Drill 5010-Pulse and Keyless Chuck
Corded Rockwell 3/8ths drill- Steel body, no reverse
Yeah, but after seeing what I typed, I could stand to loose a couple of them. just seems like a waste.
Please try inserting the shank end of twist drills into the pilot pin holes of the chuck on the Craftsman and then post the size that fits. I bet I can look up which chuck key(s) should fit that chuck.
Thanks Woussko..That drill is old, the variable is now iffy till fully on the brushes are shot too and besides its another drill I never much liked..for a3/8 its huge and way over powered.Its only used to stir paint and looks it from a long time of only stirring paint.Maybe when it finally dies I'll bury it and plant a flower on top lol.
Thanks for the offer guy