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Old 11-02-2006, 09:51 PM
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Air die grinder with 3" extension: $15.99

You knew it is from our Chinese buddies at Harbor Freight!

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Old 11-18-2006, 09:35 AM
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Don't complain when it goes out on you. You got your moneys worth! It'll last you for a while, or not!
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It may not last any longer than my HF 4" grinder(I use 4 1/2" discs) that I bought 6 years ago and use regularly . No doubt about it those things are not Snapon quality and I would not use nor recommend them for comercial use but for hobby or home shop use they can be a real bargain.
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It makes no sense not to buy that kind of stuff from HF as the rental fee for a comparable tool is more than HF's regular prices, even on impact wrenches and stuff, tho there impact wrenches are over rated as to there torque.
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i have one of them i paid 19.99 for i have had it for about a year now, i have a wire wheel attachment on it, and i keep it oiled and it works as good as my matco die grinder. for the money you cant beat it, even it it lasts 2 months, thats 7.00 dollars a month, i have had a few problems with some of there tools, but this one has worked great for me, mike.
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Old 11-19-2006, 05:14 PM
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I like the rubber boot. It's easy to grip. I have a typical cutoff wheel grinder,
but it can do only one thing...cut off metal.
With the 3" extension, the one at the top can get into tight places.
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