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Old 06-24-2005, 11:23 PM   #11
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The DeWalt I mentioned is variable speed, and has 17 torque levels, so you'll never strip a screw. It's got great power too - I've used mine on very hard woods like oak and maple. It even has enough power to drill multiple holes through 1/4 inch thick aluminum alloy.

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The DeWalt is nice, but unless you are a contractor you are more or less just paying for a name. I would suggest a Craftsman (Sears) or Ridgid (most other places).

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