Updated above Garage Journal thread with more pictures of the whole assembly.I might have a bit of a tool addiction, so I'll be a frequent visitor to this thread. I built a vacuum sandblaster for cleaning the underside of my car inside the shop without making a huge mess of things (though there will be a small mess).
Full write up here - Media Blaster with Vacuum - The Garage Journal Board
If it has lasted 9 years and you liked what it did you may not need the best newest high torque product. If you do need new you might find a smaller lighter tool with the same torque and speed as the old one. Lighter weight tools=less fatigue.After 9 years, my trusty Milwaukee M18 cordless drill transmission has decided it only wants to stay in low//Are the new brushless drills that much better? Worth getting?