NYagerSo I've heard that Milwaukee drills are typically the most consistent when it comes to torque/speed settings because they have a metal clutch. I've also heard that the best settings are at 2 for the clutch and 5 for the speed, with a #3 phillips head for the bit.
I'd like to invest in some quality mounting equipment this season, so any info on this from ski techs would be helpful. Thanks
Milwaukees are the shit, I got the impact driver/ hammer drill combo set. The impact works for everything from driving screws into cement to taking apart some lighter stuff on cars. The drill is great quality, very consistent clutch. I'd recommend buying the proper bit for mounting from tognar, but I just use electrical tape wrapped around a regular bit to mark depth. No issues with the mounts I've done using that method, just have to be careful not to go too deep.