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I’m moving from USA to the UK and with my tools is my Milwaukee ProPress gun. I am under the assumption that I will need to leave the 1/2” 3/4” and 1” jaws in USA and buy new 15, 22, 28 jaws in the UK unless someone here might know if the imperial jaws will press metric fittings too?
Thanks in advance.
 
Correct you will have to have new jaws and a new battery charger
 
As above yeah. List in for sale section on forum if you want. It'll be good for somebody.

Moving for work or family or something? As I don't think I'd come to the UK from many places especially USA!
 
As above yeah. List in for sale section on forum if you want. It'll be good for somebody.

Moving for work or family or something? As I don't think I'd come to the UK from many places especially USA!
Thanks Dan, thinking I’ll buy the UK set, keep the jaws and charger, and send the tool to my brother in USA, I’ll leave the imperial jaws with him.
Wife’s family
 

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