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Case Needed for Power Glide 60101325 Cordless

I accidently dropped my Power Glide 60101325 14.4 volt 3/8 inch cordless drill. The plastic casing is damaged and won't screw tighten due to damage. Where can I get a new case? raylinks

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A roll of duck tape wrap around the case will work quite nicely.

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