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I purchased brushes for my 12 volt dewalt drill yesterday at the Dewalt warranty store in Denver. Today I took the housing off the drill and it does not have the same type of brushes in it as the counterman sold me. (I took the drill into the store so I would get the correct parts.) are they different for the 12 volt than the 18 volt? these look like the ones for a 18 volt. The production date on the drill housing is 200602-49.

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Brushes over time will wear down so comparing from the old to new will not look the same. If 18V brushes fit into the your drill then it should be fine.

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