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Old 12-14-2017, 10:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Sure is. Is it as amazing at cutting through ice as it is gorgeous?
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6" or 7"? I bought a 7" Mora and will be trying her out on Saturday!
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Sure is. Is it as amazing at cutting through ice as it is gorgeous?
Everybody that tries it falls in love with it. It's a 6" just cuts like a hot knife thru butter. Cut 55 holes thru 7" of ice yesterday used 1/2 of a 5.0 AH battery.

Smooth. Light. Fast. Gorgeous!
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AND I'm using the Milwaukee power source to power my LX-5. A 4 AH batt used all day still had 75% charge left.

Light!

Gorgeous!
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AND I'm using the Milwaukee power source to power my LX-5. A 4 AH batt used all day still had 75% charge left.

Light!

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How are you doing that?
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AND I'm using the Milwaukee power source to power my LX-5. A 4 AH batt used all day still had 75% charge left.

Light!

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...556741&cj=true

this thing How do you do that? So no battery in the LX5?
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How are you doing that?
Just need a wire with a 12 volt barrel plug and a couple male spade connectors on the other end.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...2371/203461325
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Just need a wire with a 12 volt barrel plug and a couple male spade connectors on the other end.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...2371/203461325

The LX5 will weigh next to nothing! That's crazy! No reason to go Lithium!
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Thats a nice setup Slayer!!! Ill get there..... Some day!! Wish my 19.2v Craftsman drill would handle an Auger.!! At least this route(VS an actual electric Auger) you have a bada$$ drill you can use all year round!!
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