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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver XC Kit
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  • Model 2704-22
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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver XC Kit

$299.00 /each
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Model # 2604-22

Internet #203205419

Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver XC Battery Kit
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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver XC Battery Kit

  • M18 system features 90+ compatible tools
  • Quick battery charge time
  • Powerful brushless motor

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The Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt lithium-ion Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver XC Battery Kit packs plenty of power and technology to tackle your toughest applications. Featuring a POWERSTATE brushless motor that delivers up to 725 in. lbs. of torque, this tool's REDLITHIUM battery delivers exceptional work per charge and longer pack life and has a fuel gauge so you know exactly how much remaining charge you have. The REDLINK PLUS Intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection using advanced power tool electronics for total system communication between tool, battery and charger for steady, reliable operation and less downtime. Easy and comfortable to use, the contoured soft grip provides the ultimate comfort and control for prolonged use, while the all-metal ratcheting/locking chuck provides maximum bit retention and durability.

  • POWERSTATE brushless motor delivers up to 725 in. lbs. of torque with maximum sustained torque to complete the toughest applications
  • REDLINK PLUS intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
  • Milwaukee REDLITHIUM battery provides exceptional run time, speed, torque, fade-free power and durability
  • All-metal 1/2 in. single sleeve ratcheting chuck provides durability and bit retention; all-metal gear case provides extreme durability in heavy-duty applications
  • Compatible chargers: M18 lithium-ion battery charger (48-59-1801) and M18 AC/DC (2710-20)
  • Compatible batteries: compact 1.5Ah (48-11-1815), compact 2.0Ah (48-11-1820), extra capacity 3.0Ah (48-11-1828) and extended capacity 4.0Ah (48-11-1840)
  • Includes: 2604-20 M18 FUEL 1/2 in. hammer drill/driver, two 48-11-1840 M18 REDLITHIUM XC battery packs, 48-59-1812 M18 and M12 multi-voltage charger, carrying case and side handle
  • Tool warranty; 5-year limited manufacturer warranty on defects and workmanship from date of purchase
  • Battery warranty; 3-year limited warranty on manufacturer defects and workmanship from date of purchase
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what's the difference between the 2602-22CT and the 2604-22

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May 24, 2014
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You have two different models there, the latter being the Fuel brushless, with a good bit more performance. The CT designates a kit that includes compact batteries, as opposed to the full-size ones.
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The battery. The CT is the compact version so the amp hour on the battery's is smaller.
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September 14, 2013
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the ct stands for compact battery. if you want long runtime get the xc packs. the big differences between the brushed and brushless drill are continuous power,very low heat output, and very long runtime. at least twice as long as the brushed model using the same battery
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February 23, 2013
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The different just the Battery 2602-22CT it came with 1.5A and 2604-22 with 3A Battery
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December 25, 2012
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The 2604 is brushless and stays cooler under stress and more powerful and uses less battery while the 2602 IS NOT BRUSHLESS and gets hot and uses more battery believe it or not. The fuel 4 post motors are fabulous and worth the extra buck considering the extended charge batteries come as a pair with the fuel hammer drill. Alone thats a $300 package not including the drill if you were to buy 2 XC Read More
The 2604 is brushless and stays cooler under stress and more powerful and uses less battery while the 2602 IS NOT BRUSHLESS and gets hot and uses more battery believe it or not. The fuel 4 post motors are fabulous and worth the extra buck considering the extended charge batteries come as a pair with the fuel hammer drill. Alone thats a $300 package not including the drill if you were to buy 2 XC batteries and charger. Read Less
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December 2, 2012
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The Battery is twice as big. ct = compact. the 2604 has the XC battery. Brushless motor and more torque.
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October 25, 2012
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The 2602-22CT comes with the smaller compact battery, the other comes with the XC battery, twice the size and power
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The 2602-22CT is the non-brushless hammer drill model
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July 4, 2012
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The CT means "Compact" The 2604-22 is the new brushless hamer drill / driver kit (drill, two batteries, charger, case)
The 2602-22CT is the old technology in compact form.
Both drills use the same batteries.
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June 30, 2012
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2602-22CT is brushed, and 2604-22 is brushless.
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April 10, 2012
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Both Hammer Drills are part of the Milwaukee M18 (18V) system of tools. The major differences are that the FUEL products (2604-22) will provide much more performance (power and run-time). The 2604-22 has 725 in-lbs of torque, where the 2602-22CT has 450 in-lbs. The 2604-22 also has superior run-time generated from our POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor and our M18 XC (High Capacity) REDLITHIUM Battery Packs.
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March 31, 2012
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The 2604-22 is Milwaukee's newest compact hammer drill, part of the M18 FUEL line that features an all new brushless motor that delivers up to 725in lbs of torque vs. 425in lbs on the 2602-22CT, providing up to 10x longer motor life and 25% more power. The 2604-22 contains (2) M18 XC battery packs vs. (2) compact Lithium-Ion Batteries wirth the 2602-22CT. Milwaukee also offers the 2604-22CT which is part Read More
The 2604-22 is Milwaukee's newest compact hammer drill, part of the M18 FUEL line that features an all new brushless motor that delivers up to 725in lbs of torque vs. 425in lbs on the 2602-22CT, providing up to 10x longer motor life and 25% more power. The 2604-22 contains (2) M18 XC battery packs vs. (2) compact Lithium-Ion Batteries wirth the 2602-22CT. Milwaukee also offers the 2604-22CT which is part of the new M18 FUEL line and claims up to 650in lbs of torque, but I have not seen it yet.
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Which battery is it, 4.0 or 3.0 amp hour?

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Alright, Milwauketool's website brought me to this link when I was looking at M18 fuel hammer drill kit with 2 4.0 batteries. The specifications say it's 3.0 amp hour batteries, but people in the reviews say 4.0, or at least mention it. If you bought this exact same kit, please let me know if it's 3.0 or 4.0, thank you!
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Listed as included in the product overview are two 48-11-1840 model batteries, which are indeed the XC 4.0 ones, though it doesn't include the 4.0 part in the text there.
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February 10, 2014
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This M18 FUEL Kit comes with REDLITHIUM XC 4.0 Batteries which are 4.0 amp hour batteries. (Batteries: Model # 48-11-1840)
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2604-22 HAS THE 4.0 AMP HOUR BATTERIES
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Model 2607 / 20 does it come in a brushless and the price

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April 21, 2016
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This is a FUEL™ unit meaning that it has REDLINK PLUS Technology, REDLITHIUM Batteries, and a POWERSTATE Brushless motor for unmatched power and runtime.
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Is it possible to shut off the "hammer" part and use it as a traditional drill/driver as well?

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Yes, the driver will work as a traditional driver.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by milwaukee fuel brushless drill this drill is garbage do not do not buy this drill i bought 4 drills and in a year it stopped working not just one drill all of theme. i spend almost 2000 dollars. we had to purchase DEWALT. don't know why i bought milwaukee.... DEWALT people been using it for years my father has a DEWALT drill for over 6 years still strong and powerful February 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Horrible Packaging The Milwaukee Hammer Drive is fantastic as are all Milwaukee MADE IN THE USA tools. The only issue I had was the packaging from the warehouse. This item is online purchase only so it must come from the warehouse. I have bought many things via the internet but have never seen packaging so pathetic as this. This is an expensive tool so you would expect that the shipping dept would pay attention to what they are doing . The person that packaged this was either 4 years old or completely incompetent, lazy, has no idea what they are doing and should be fired immediately. This " person " put 2 pieces of bubble wrap in a box that was at least 5 times the size of the case. See pictures. I hope I never have to purchase something on line from Home Depot again. October 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A real pro tool This is a truly a heavy duty drill and it delivers what it promises. My only gripe (although minor) is that it doesn't come with a belt clip. At this price point, having to order on separately feels like an inconvenience. April 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by it's a toy, This my second fuel drill in one month , I'm fancy with Makita and Dewalt, but this time i bought Milwaukee because how much the talking about the drill that is the most powerful drill in its class, the bolt inside the chuck snaps off. home depot has given me one replacements drill , I will sell it and buy Dewalt it was a mistake from the beginning to buy a toy February 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nice drill Powerful rugged drill. Battery lasts for quite a while even doing continuous drilling. I have an assortment of Milwaukee 18volt tools. Milwaukee cordless tools are some of the best I have used. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far no issues. Have used it only sparingly so far. LOTS of torque. Great battery life. March 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by amazing beast im a cable guy, i drill through everything from compsite siding, wood, concrete, aluminium brick and this baby goes like butter, battery life is great and the torque is just crazy, don't hesitate and buy it it has shortened my install time considerably, the cadillac of drills March 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Really great, except the chuck has issues Everything about this drill is really good, except that we've gone through 2 of them in a week, with fairly mild use. The chuck has a tendency to grab whatever is in it too tightly. When trying to remove a drill bit, it takes so much torque that we stripped the motor gears in the first one. The second one just did the same thing with the chuck- it took a strap wrench to remove the bit from the chuck. Too bad about the chuck, because everything else about this drill is really nice. December 22, 2015
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