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Old 03-09-2007, 03:11 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Amontoya View Post
Good. I'm just going by my personal experience. I have an expensive hammer drill that will never touch mud no matter how easy it does the job. That's what the big slow turning corded monster is for. I don't mix mud professionally, so I'm not sure what the trend is. I am glad that your drill is working good for you though.
Hammer drills don't do well as mixing drills. I think it's because their gear ratios are completely different. You'll burn them out in about 1 year of average use. (Been there and done that a while ago) My Milwaukee hammer drill will also never touch anything but concrete and stone.....



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