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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Have a tiny urban yard. Like 200 square feet of grass.
    School me.
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    Blah blah not enough runtime if you want to cut your yard and neighbours yard 3 times per charge, only benefit is compatibility with other tools.
    So basically you made the argument that Makita or Milwaukee would be perfect for OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcticcat522 View Post
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    Do any of the 40v+ manufacturers make anything other than the yard tools? Like an impact for tire swaps?

    Dewalt makes all three and has a few impacts that can do tire changes. The blower is able to move snow, just has a little trouble with hard pack from people walking on it. I've got the trimmer but haven't been able to use it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    Dewalt makes all three and has a few impacts that can do tire changes. The blower is able to move snow, just has a little trouble with hard pack from people walking on it. I've got the trimmer but haven't been able to use it yet.
    He was referring to the same ecosystem rather than different voltages. ie if Dewalt makes a 40v mower and a 40v impact wrench.
    I think Makita might be the only one that does the piggy back (x2 system).

    I personally have the Ryobi 40v system for outdoor tools and Ridgid 18v system for power tools. No complaints and Ridgid also comes with lifetime warranty including batteries.
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    He was referring to the same ecosystem rather than different voltages. ie if Dewalt makes a 40v mower and a 40v impact wrench.
    I think Makita might be the only one that does the piggy back (x2 system).

    I personally have the Ryobi 40v system for outdoor tools and Ridgid 18v system for power tools. No complaints and Ridgid also comes with lifetime warranty including batteries.
    You can use the 60v Flexvolt batteries on the 20v tools without a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    You can use the 60v Flexvolt batteries on the 20v tools without a problem.
    Thats neat. Never knew this. Seems like a good option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    You can use the 60v Flexvolt batteries on the 20v tools without a problem.
    That's fantastic. Never knew that. I suppose that's why it's called Flexvolt. Although, I'm satisfied with the Makita stuff.

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    I overheard tonight while at Home Depot in Beacon that they are loosing or dropping the contract with E-Go to Lowes. Expect what stock they have to start taking price drops but unknown when. When you go on their website you'll notice that there isn't much to be found anymore.

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