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The 5/8 arbor insert is needing to be knocked out. I don't know how to do it correctly or safely, but I know how I do it. I put the disk on the grinder with the threaded nut flipped flat against the disc. Needs to be really tight. Give the button a few hits, letting it spin just a second with each. Then unplug or pull off battery and wiggle the blade ...


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Logically, you're correct, but practically, you might run into problems. For the purposes of this answer, I'm assuming you're only crossing lithium ion batteries from different manufacturers. (Crossing battery chemistries is even more fraught.) Lithium ion batteries don't like being run down to an extremely low voltage. (This varies subtly by chemistry, ...


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No, it's a lot more complicated than that. An 18V pack might be NiCd, NiMH, Li-Ion, Li-Po or other technology. All of them charge and discharge differently, and the safety circuits may be different. It's not a matter of "put only Apple brand accessories on your Mac"... it's a matter of electrical compatibility. If your oh-so-clever adapter manages to ...


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A battery is container for power ( DC electricity ). The only difference between the different manufacturers products is the connection interface that allows the DC current to be transferred from the battery to the tool. ( given that the two tools are of the same voltage I.E. a 20v dewalt vs a 20v craftsman ) The reason being they want your battery money ...


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