Milwaukee 2804-20 M18 FUEL 1/2 in. Hammer Drill (Tool Only) Tool-Peak Torque = 1,200

December 8, 2019 - Comment

The M18 Fuel ½” hammer drill is the industry’s most powerful drill delivering up to 60% more power, is up to 1.5” shorter and is up to 2x faster under heavy load. The Powerstate™ Brushless motor delivers 1, 200 in-lbs of torque and 2, 000 RPMs providing fast drilling through demanding applications. At 6.9” in

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The M18 Fuel ½” hammer drill is the industry’s most powerful drill delivering up to 60% more power, is up to 1.5” shorter and is up to 2x faster under heavy load. The Powerstate™ Brushless motor delivers 1, 200 in-lbs of torque and 2, 000 RPMs providing fast drilling through demanding applications. At 6.9” in length This is the most compact drill in its class giving better access into tight spaces and reducing fatigue. The redlink Plus™ Intelligence ensures maximum performance and protects from overload, heating or over-discharge. The Redlithium XC5.0™ battery pack delivers more work per charger and more work over the life of the pack than competitors. The all metal ratcheting chuck is the best in Class by providing increased bit grip strength and corrosion resistance.

Product Features

  • Power state Brushless motor: purposely built for the M18 Fuel 1/2″ Drill driver to provide up to 60% more power than the competitive set
  • Redlink Plus Intelligence: ensures optimal performance and provides overload protection to prevent damage to the tool and battery during heavy applications while still maintaining compatibility across the entire M18 system.
  • Red Lithium XC5.0 battery pack: delivers more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitors
  • Up to 60% more power: 1, 200 in-lbs of torque

Comments

Anonymous says:

Useless, locks up Ordered this drill to replace my previous gen of fuel hammer drill. First off it came with some external damages on it. I didn’t really care about that part as my tools get roughed up at work anyways. I do plumbing and the first time I tried out the spade bits, the drill could not turn through a 2×4 without locking up and buzzing. My older fuel drill has no problem and I know a few people with this exact drill so it must be a melon. Unfortunately I kept using my old drill before I even tried…

Anonymous says:

Failed after a few uses I have 4 Milwaukee drills I keep 1at home at the 2nd home at work etc. I’ve only used this drill for a few things around my house and its already failed…The clutch has stopped working and the torque is just not there. This is the only fuel drill I own and might be the last. At this point it wont turn a 1_5/8 screw into the wall

Anonymous says:

Good drill. Gets hot really quick??? Bought this tool because I’m a huge fan of milwaukee tools. I’m a diesel tech and my first use with it I drilled about 30 1/8″ pilot holes into a frame rail that’s about 1/4″ thick. After drilling about 10 pilot holes the back of the drill got hot to the touch and it was so hot i had to stop and had to let it cool down. The still works great except it gets too hot too quick. Don’t know if it’s an engineering defect because there is no inlet holes for clean air. Would like to know what it is.

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