Re: [7x10minilathe] Help! 4.5" Angle Grinder Needed...!
- That has been my experience, Lowes has been beating hell out of HD lately in
Service, stocked selves and prices in my area
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael C Taglieri" <miket-nyc@...>
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 1:13 AM
Subject: Re: [7x10minilathe] Help! 4.5" Angle Grinder Needed...!
> So does this mean your Home Depot is better than Loews in prices or
> service? around here I see articles about how Loews was winning and Home
> Depot was having trouble retaining customers.
> Mike Taglieri -- miket-nyc@...
> On Mon, 1 Dec 2003 00:24:24 -0500 "Syd H. Levine"
> <wireline@...> writes:
> > I have an old Black and Decker which has served me for way over a
> > decade, probably closer to two. It is old enough that it has no
> > safety interlock, and it is possible to accidentally trip the paddle
> > switch when it is picked up. My guess is that all the major brands
> > will do the job nicely. But if it were me, I would check out the
> > new Rigid power tool line since they have a lifetime warranty deal
> > for a short time if the guy at Home Depot was telling me da truth.
> > BTW, they finally got the Home Depot open in Owensboro, Kentucky (30
> > miles from me and the closest shopping). Loews has had this market
> > tied up for years, but Home Depot sure has emptied their lot. I
> > find that 90% of the time I grab the little side grinder rather than
> > fight the big heavy large diameter monster I have had for decades.
> > For us dauber welders, a side grinder hides a multitude of sins.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Conrad Weiss
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2003 11:52 PM
> > Subject: [7x10minilathe] Help! 4.5" Angle Grinder Needed...!
> > Gentlemen,
> > I need your help! I can't find what I'm looking for.
> > I need to buy a new 4-1/2" ANGLE GRINDER; here's what I'm after:
> > 1.) Large paddle switch.
> > 2.) Light-weight; less than 5 pounds -- hopefully under 4 pounds.
> > 3.) 6 to 8 amp motor size.
> > 4.) Small-ish barrel diameter for easy grip.
> > 5.) Solid/rugged construction/gears/etc.
> > 6.) 5/8" arbor
> > 7.) Around $100
> > So who makes the best one?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Conrad
> > San Carlos, CA
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- That sounds like a good place. We have no restrictions hear in NE Mo but sometime I think my neighbors may notice my coal burning forge. Tridionally the heavy forester parts of the country were good for moonshining because the foliage blocked the smoke. Now with IR detection no place is hidden.I don't think I would want to burn too much plastic-Ben in NE Mo