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Just wondered what tool wouldnt you have coped without while doing your conversion ? It's my fellas birthday so bought I'd buy him a new too :)
 

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Mine is the short-version, hi torque Makita 18V (sorry, MN not im my head)
Used to prefere Bosch, but that is way back;)
Look at the range of tools Makita provide & can be powered with similar battery-packs
 

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Makita are the bomb! Also cost a bomb but are worth every penny :)

Failing that a decent socket set with a ratchet & extension bars,, screwdriver with interchangeable heads & set of heads is always great for servicing the van.
 

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Not really a tool but Coffee, coffee, coffee more coffee and cigarettes lots of lovely soothing cigarettes and my Bosch drill sorry Makita boy's still love ma Bosch pro T:
 

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Bosch has good torque but lower battery capacityI:
Not to mention the quick chargerT:
Not all smoke either;)

I will not do without mu WERA impact screw driver:ILU:
 

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Had plenty of use from my angle grinder as the previous owner
had taken out the bulk head but didnt clean the sides up so there
was loads of sharp bits everywhere. :(

Buy him any power tools by Dewalt or makita and you cant go wrong T:
 

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Dewalt tools all day long! Cordless grinder , drill, recip saw etc love em.
 

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Bought a Makita drill with 2 batterys from B&Q £99 good value i thought.......and id have been really happy if my other half bought it for me T:
 
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