I Might Just Know What I'm Talking About
Join Date: May 2002
Location: Selma,CA in the middle of the vineyards, Central California
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The biggest problem I've seen with their grinders, chop saws, etc is the on-off switch. Gets hot and become unreliable or quits all together (no parts available when I checked) I've been able to "hay wire" a switch from other manufactures.
If the price is right ($9 for a grinder) I buy their stuff but nothing that I would describe as for heavy or long term use.
When the wife is shopping nearby, I always wander around in Harbor Frieght.
"The Heep" 73 Commando, 258 I-6, T-18, Scout Dana 300 w/Tera 4:1 Kit, SOA, PS, Thru-dash Cage, Alcans, OBA, ARB's, HEI, Ft disc, MC 2100,Dents, Mud & Rust.