Originally Posted by jagans
Well a Milwaukee right angle or a Hole Hawg might work. You need something with a reduction gearbox to get the kind of torque you need, without burning it out. Dont you think you would be better off with a real mortar mixer?
Probably. Didn't know such a thing existed. Don't know how often I'll be mixing thinset, but then you know... you get that tool for one job, that you'll only do one time, and you wind up using it six or seven times a year. I had no idea the impact driver would be so useful... for that matter, the rubber mallet
was so useful I replaced the $5 one with a $20 one that weighs 2 ounces more, is non-marking, and has a hickory handle. I've used it like 50 times in the past week, because I'm moving and breaking down metal wire rack shelving is ridiculously hard.