Question about Black and Decker USA 20V Max Lithium Ion Drill / Driver Kit
I checked with a Dewalt service company and they said that at least in the Dewalt line of tools you could not make any changes like that without changing the switch and possibly the motor as well since they are set up for a particular voltage. You might want to do some more research, like it looks like you have done, to make sure that you do not ruin a good tool. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 03, 2013
Testimonial: "I gave up on Dewalt because they placed the protection circuits in the tool rather than the battery. Makita still has the circuits in the battery. I don't think voltage is a problem."
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