Hello folks. I've read quite a number of threads on cordless drills being used for setting up PUPs. In looking to cut down on the sweat factor here in the muggy part of the U.S., I want to use a cordless drill on the tongue jack, stabilizers, roof lifter and the BAL leveler. I have a Craftsman 19.2 EX with (IIRC) 450 in-lbs. of torque. I figured I would start with the worst offender, the BAL. I chucked up a socket adapter and put in the 7/8" socket to use. Fresh charge on the battery (replaced about a year ago), and it went no where. I switched to the other battery which had just finished up on the charger, same deal. They would obviously crank down, but not up on the BAL. Further information: I have a single-axle 2006 Fleetwood Sequoia that is about 3,300 pounds when loaded, so this is no lightweight unit. I think this setup would have worked fine on my previous PUP which was about 1,900 pounds loaded. I don't know for sure, as I only recently got the leveler. I know first hand that the most power needed in my set up is the BAL, even with it cleaned and well-lubricated. It works me over pretty good getting the PUP leveled. So, I am looking for suggestions on what specific cordless drill does anyone know of, through personal use or other indicators, that will be able to handle the load of lifting approximately 1,500 pounds via the BAL. Thoughts? Here's what I have. Yes, it's NiMH batteries, so I know moving to LIon would help.