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Old 20-07-2020, 07:31   #1
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The Cranker

Hi

Does anyone know if the Cranker is still available?

https://www.thecranker.com/

As I order one over approx. 3 months ago--- and nothing.

I have had 3 email asking what colour cover I would like (Looked like and auto Email.) Which I have replied to.

I have also emailed direct to their website email and still no reply.

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Old 18-03-2021, 15:44   #2
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I ordered one on line a couple of months ago for my Milwaukee RA drill and it arrived this week in Australia. So no problems there.
I’m a great fan of the Milwaukee as I have to raise and lower my mast to get under the bridges here in Perth.
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Re: The Cranker

I bought one something over a year ago via their ebay presence. I got it promptly.

Did you buy via ebay or their web site?

If ebay you may have more alternatives, or an alternate way of reaching them.
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I bought one something over a year ago via their ebay presence. I got it promptly.

Did you buy via ebay or their web site?

If ebay you may have more alternatives, or an alternate way of reaching them.

Ordered via their web site - still nothing and no reply to emails.

Have once again emailed them.
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I emailed them about a year ago multiple times with a couple of questions about buying one and never heard back - They are not big on responding to emails. I never purchased one in the end.
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Ordered via their web site - still nothing and no reply to emails.

Have once again emailed them.
If they have not charged your account I would simply attempt to buy through the e-bay store.

https://www.ebay.com/p/1591216973

Except it says “Currently sold out” with no further info.

Covid????
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I ordered one on line a couple of months ago for my Milwaukee RA drill and it arrived this week in Australia. So no problems there.
I’m a great fan of the Milwaukee as I have to raise and lower my mast to get under the bridges here in Perth.
Which Milwaukee RA drill are you using and where did you get it in Australia? I’m wanting to get one at the moment.
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Old 15-09-2021, 07:43   #8
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Hi Brett20
I bought the M28 Milwaukee RA drill online from USA supplier and had it shipped with a 240VAC charger. These drills are not sold retail in Australia. Cost over Aus$500 incl shipping about 7 yrs ago.
Bought the cranker but couldn’t get the chuck off so sticking with the winch bit head that fits in the 1/2 inch chuck.
Don’t wast money on smaller or lower power/voltage drills.
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