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dm71 wrote:
It hadn't occurred to me that the extra weight of a cordless SDS and a dust extractor clipped on the side would cause difficulties when drilling the ceiling. I'll look for a lighter corded SDS and pre-filter cyclone extractor instead.

It won't cause difficulties per se, but the extra weight will tire you out a lot faster

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