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This definitely works, but from a cost saving view you will find you blow thru this bottle way too fast to be worth it. I won't buy it again as I can find something that will last me longer even if I pay a little more. Not worth the money to me.
This is a 10 minute upgrade if you have a racheting screw driver with a variety of tips. Use an old shoppers club card to pry up vent and install. Dramatically increases the sound resolution. Thinking about the regular speaker upgrade as well.
I Live in Houston, TX and bought this to keep from having to remove my antenna before going through the car wash. Unfortunately, the reception was so poor I swapped it back to my original antenna after one trip to the store. I should have taken a little more time and read more of the reviews before buying this. I know reception is different in all places, but I thought for sure it would work in Houston. You are buying at your own risk, but if my review helps you decide, don't waste your money.
I have never read any books by Mark, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was so pleasantly surprised. I could not put the book down. In addition to being an excellent Christian book written from a biblical perspective, it gave an excellent overview of the Mayan civilization. His presentation of the material is well-balanced and well researched. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the subject.
This is my first cordless drill. I always used drills with a cord for the ample power, but for most jobs the 18V power is sufficient. Obviously the convenience of not having to plug it in anytime you want to use it is nice. You won't have to worry about tripping over any cords and you can maneuver this into tight spaces. I would say the weight balance of this drill is pretty good, but not great. After much use you can really feel the weight of the drill. The drill has plenty of torque settings for the type of job you are using it for. I have had no problems with the drill not being powerful enough. The keyless chuck is also great for fast bit changing. The trigger allows a good amount of control for drilling fast or slow. I enjoyed the bit storage on the drill and the easy switch for reverse. The battery lasts fairly long, but once the battery gets low I feel it loses a little bit of power. If you plan on using this drill during a big job then it would be a good idea to buy an extra battery to always have a fully charged battery on hand. The only concern I had compared to a corded drill was the power for drilling through tough materials. I feel this drill is much more suited for tightening and loosening screws. I liked the case the drill came in for protection and travel. The charger is as easy as plugging it an and a full charge only takes a few hours. Overall I am satisfied with this drill especially for smaller jobs. I would recommend this drill to anyone looking for a quality drill at a good price.
This thing is fun! Love it. But afew things i was disappointed about, when i was trying to install the muffler, it kept jamming my breaks, it keeps tighting the breaks unless i bend the shaft of the muffler away. But its a metal cant do it so decided not to install it, its good enough with the stock. Other thing was one of the screw on the pull starter was stripped. And it does not go 30 to 35mph. Not more than 20mph. Fun riding on grass offroading.:)