Can I use "You'll" instead of "You'd" here?
Yes, in this context you can replace "you'd" with "you'll". There is a slight difference in tense, but it doesn't make much of a difference in this context. "You'll" is a contraction of "you will", and since he is describing something that can happen in the future, it is okay to use "you'll" in this case.
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