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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-11-2018, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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Last friday, along with several supplies, I received three new tools. The biggest is a Triton router That I bought to a member and two deWalt drills I just bought on my last trip to USA.

I never have had a tool from Triton so I want to hear your comments. Just now I am working in the modification of my former work bench to install this tool.
Regarding the electric drills, I love that model from deWalt in fact I have three of them now. After all the problems with the batteries for my cordless drills I decide not to buy them again.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-11-2018, 07:38 PM
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Great Alexis, I hope the voltage is right for those.

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I have and love my Triton. Be careful not to lose the spring if you put it in the table. Looks like it's a new model. The older one is missing a feature or two for table use. I also have the Triton Track Saw, which is a really nice tool.

I like my DeWalt cordless tools, but when the batteries stop working, I'll at least be able to use an adapter for the 20v batteries. I don't know if other companies are doing the same.

Looking forward to seeing more of your creations Alexis. Hope all is well.
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Read through the manual and it will describe how to remove the spring if you are going to use it in a table. I keep mine in a bag with the plastic base. You liked that packaging, huh?

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Enjoy Alexis.

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I too have the 3.25hp Triton Alexis & it's a beauty. And like Herb said (I hope there's no problems with your power voltage) Good luck, James jj777746

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I ended up with 4 x triton routers. love them all.

1 x 1010watt, 1x 1400 watt and 2 x 2400w
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I have and love my Triton. Be careful not to lose the spring if you put it in the table. Looks like it's a new model. The older one is missing a feature or two for table use. I also have the Triton Track Saw, which is a really nice tool.

I like my DeWalt cordless tools, but when the batteries stop working, I'll at least be able to use an adapter for the 20v batteries. I don't know if other companies are doing the same.

Looking forward to seeing more of your creations Alexis. Hope all is well.

Tom,
Where do you get/buy the adapter for the batteries?

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I found it at HD as part of a kit, but I ordered it online. I think there is something wrong with it, or I have the wrong type of charger. They have two types of batteries, Lord knows what's the difference. It's one of those good idea, confusing execution . Had it too long to return it now, so I'll eventually get around to inquiring at DeWalt.
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Nice additions to your workshop, Alexis. We will be expecting more projects now.

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