I'd like medium to high quality, but functionally like my cheap cordless Skil drill, with a clutch that works in both directions. But my Skil isn't powerful enough and doesn't include a low gear that tops out at 400 rpm or less.
Hopefully I can disable the braking feature on my DeWalt DC728 14.4 V drill. I disassembled it and got to mess with lots of gears but did not see the braking mechanism. I guess the braking mechanism is located in the one of the clutch pieces. It doesn't seem very modular, I'm not sure I could even use the geared motor without the clutch.
By the way.
Apparently DeWalt drills use MOLYKOTE grease. I see McMaster has several different types. What type of that grease or what other type of grease is suitable for drill gears?
Is handling that grease hazardous?