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Its deceiving. The kitchen doesn't have much room. We have a small table and two chairs in there. But there's plenty of cabinet space thats for sure.

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Not my style but certainly appreciate it looks good. My wife would absolutely love those though.
 

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I wasn't to crazy about it when she showed the picture from online what she wanted. It didn't look good at all. But after it was done it looks 100x better than a picture.

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My wife is crazy about the "rustic" or slightly worn/aged look. I always tell her just buy nice new/used stuff and it will age with us. And be a real age not artificial.
 

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For what the worn looking stuff cost I want stuff that looks new or at least appropriate for the price.
 

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She's pretty good about not going crazy with cost. She goes to hobby lobby for alot of her decor.

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So I noticed dewilt has gotten into the "comercial" mower segment. I wonder if they make a battery powered back pack blower and pressure washer yet?
 

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So I noticed dewilt has gotten into the "comercial" mower segment. I wonder if they make a battery powered back pack blower and pressure washer yet?
Dewalt recently came out with a 550 PSI 20V power cleaner. It's more designed for work applications where there might not be electricity or a water hose. Users who like the tool are those who want/need a lower PSI power cleaner for engine cleaning, tool cleaning, condenser cleaning, window screen cleaning, etc. You basically fill up a 5 gallon bucket of water and use the power tool. I've seen YouTube videos where people have used the Dewalt power cleaner (with foam cannon) to wash their cars, trucks, RVs, trailers, UTVs, and other equipment with it. Just like with all tools, you find multiple uses for it.

Dewalt is releasing more 60V Flexvolt tools, so I think that's where we might see some of the items that you're talking about.

 

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Hot Shot's Secret had a spring special with a free 16 oz bottle of Diesel Extreme, so I stocked up for the next 12 months.


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I'll admit. The Dewalt chainsaw did better then I thought it would do. A couple little things I think that could improve it, but for what it is, I can't complain
 

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And here I get great pleasure from just ripping branches off with the grapple.
Don't need no stinkin' chainsaws.
 

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I'll admit. The Dewalt chainsaw did better then I thought it would do. A couple little things I think that could improve it, but for what it is, I can't complain
I'm glad that it met, and possibly exceeded, your expectation. (y)
 

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We drove by our old cabin.


 

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Here's our new property.

 
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I'm glad that it met, and possibly exceeded, your expectation. (y)
Honestly. Trimmed and sectioned a 16 ft tree into 12" long rounds. Took less then 1/4 of the battery as I just pulled the battery off of the grinder and went to town. The only thing I noticed it for be better to have was a bumper spike. Nothing to dig into with to rotate when going into some of the thicker rounds. But beyond that it did its job as expected, and didn't Make me pull out the 391
 

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The only thing I noticed it for be better to have was a bumper spike. Nothing to dig into with to rotate when going into some of the thicker rounds.
It's got a bumper with built-in grooves, but they aren't effective like the spikes.




But beyond that it did its job as expected, and didn't Make me pull out the 391
Yup, no need to pull out the big saws with the expensive chains on the small stuff. I also like the idea of conserving fuel (saving MotoMix).
 

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Honestly. Trimmed and sectioned a 16 ft tree into 12" long rounds. Took less then 1/4 of the battery as I just pulled the battery off of the grinder and went to town. The only thing I noticed it for be better to have was a bumper spike. Nothing to dig into with to rotate when going into some of the thicker rounds. But beyond that it did its job as expected, and didn't Make me pull out the 391
My makita has the spikes. I bought the 12” version. Love it and the old lady can climb the ladder and trim oaks with it. The chain tensioner is also nice.
 
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