How to Use m12 fuel hackzall

Is the M18 fuel hackzall the same as the M12?

If you’re familiar with the M18 or M12 Fuel Hackzall models, the basic form factor is the same. By taking the inline design of a Sawzall and turning the motor up at an angle, you get a shorter tool. Bring down the power some and you can design a much lighter tool as well.

How does the Milwaukee M12 fuel hackzall Recip saw work?

That can actually help when you want more weight to the workpiece—but I’ll cover more on that later. The M12 Fuel Hackzall recip saw cuts the depth of the motor by roughly an inch. Milwaukee also adjusted the pitch of the handle (and, thus, the entire tool) to the battery by more than 15 degrees.

Is the Milwaukee M18 fuel Hackzall brushless or brushless?

Clint DeBoer has not been shy in reaching for his M12 Fuel Hackzall over the M18 Hackzall because the brushless motor gives the 12V model such excellent performance. With the Milwaukee M18 Fuel Hackzall now in our hands, will the M12 Fuel be the next tool he sends off as a hand-me-down?

Can a fuel Hackzall take out a house?

While I don’t recommend using the M12 Fuel Hackzall to take out an entire house (or even a porch), the tool does have some use as a demo device for limited applications. It’s not that the tool can’t hack larger jobs, but it’s made for one-handed work.

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