Anybody know where I can get Drill Master 18V NiCd battery 92603?..even a r...

Anybody know where I can get Drill Master 18V NiCd battery 92603?..even a rebuildable core would be great

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3 months ago #2
bgbevan
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I have a 93440 Drill Master setup: drill, battery(92603), and charger. I couldn't find the battery anywhere and I don't want to rebuild the battery pack I have. I just bought a newer drill.

If you want the battery pack I would sell it to you for $5 + shipping. I assume you want the batteries inside which will make it heavier. If you could work with a picture, I could remove the batteries and ship just the shell. Let me know your zip and I can give you and estimate both ways.
Bill Bevan
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3 months ago #3
92603
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Yes I'm interested and you are right. No sense shipping dead cells but would help if you could include the temp sensor and remove the primary wires as close to the pack as possible. My zip is 12921, Chazy NY..

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2 months ago #4
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Where'd ya go? Change your mind or did you just want somebody to talk to..

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2 months ago #5
bgbevan
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Sorry , didn't see your note until 11/30. Wife having surgery so tied up for a few days. Will get it together and send you a shipping cost estimate. Can also do second estimate with drill included because the drill still works fine. Back to you soon. Bill

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2 months ago #6
guest
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Don't need the drill..

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2 months ago #7
guest
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2 months ago #8
bgbevan
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Finally got back from the hospital after Wife's surgery. Have the case ready to go. In order to get the batteries out, I had to break some of the connections and pull them out in clusters. So I don't have to make 2 trips, I estimate shipping at $5. I'll make up any overage and refund any amount under $5. So, $10 total. I just need your name and street address and will drop the package off tomorrow at the local USPO. You can make payment via PayPal at: <email> .

Bill

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2 months ago #9
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Sounds good but how do I get your email..your reply just says <email>..

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2 months ago #10
bgbevan
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This site filters out emails. Let me try this.

b g b e v a n "at" e a r t h l i n k . n e t

Or, try texting or calling my phone.

<phone> Time zone Pacific, 3 hours behind.

Bill

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2 months ago #11
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Your phone no. just says <phone> but I think I got your email and have sent you a test email..

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2 months ago #12
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Mission accomplished. Thanks for being someone who does what he says in finding this surprisingly hard to find item..here's pics of your battery converted to li-ion and the very handy tools I can now use...

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2 months ago #13
bgbevan
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I think your conversion would be of interest to other owners of the older 18vdc battery packs. They probably throw them away because it's too expensive too difficult to replace the battery pack using 1.5v cells. I assume these must be 3.0v Li cells.

I also ran across a lot of requests on this site for the charger so maybe I'll see if I can help someone else out that has this older battery pack.

Bill

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2 months ago #14
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Hear ya, I've known folks to throw whole tool sets away cuz they couldn't get batteries or the batteries were too pricey. Only thing is you have to use a special charger the li-ion...I mostly use the charger below and jumper leads. It is for radio control model batteries and is inexpensive on bidding sites. ..it's great for NiMH and NiCd also..

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2 months ago #15
bgbevan
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I'll pass that info along if someone wants to buy the original charger and make sure they aren't doing an Li conversion.

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