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    Replacement batteries for Hitachi drill

    G,day all. I have a perfectly good 12volt Hitachi battery drill, with a stuffed battery pack. i have been told that the battery is no longer avaliable from
    Hitachi.
    Can anyone recommend an aftermarket replacement that won't burst into flames?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    G,day all. I have a perfectly good 12volt Hitachi battery drill, with a stuffed battery pack. i have been told that the battery is no longer avaliable from
    Hitachi.
    Can anyone recommend an aftermarket replacement that won't burst into flames?
    A length of 2 core wire soldered to the drill pointes 2 battery clips =12v drill

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    Heap of them on eBay Craig. Not sure which drill you have but the list was long mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by roofy View Post
    A length of 2 core wire soldered to the drill pointes 2 battery clips =12v drill
    That was my thinking when I got the drill, but no good on a tin roof, though.

    Quote: Heap of them on eBay Craig. Not sure which drill you have but the list was long mate.

    Yeah, i've heard of really cheap and nasty knock offs having incendiary qualities.

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    I run Hitachi cordless tools ,heres one with a 3 year warranty.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/18V-3-0Ah...EAAOSwo6lWGLhn

    My old 12v cordless Makita has a lead and a merit plug on it boy can the spin,
    store the drill bits in the old battery cavity
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    Battery World also have a few options normally.
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