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Originally Posted by Fender Does this HF grinder come with the fittings to make it a cut off tool, using the thin 4. I'd buy one to keep a cut off disc on it. I hate changing discs out all the time. HF grinders are fine for low to moderate use. Don't listen to all the others telling you that you need a top end grinder for here and there.

If you start using it more down the road and decide it's time for a better one then you can get one when you see fit. Last edited by kctyphoon; at AM. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. BB code is On. Smilies are On. Forum Rules. All times are GMT The time now is PM. User Name. Remember Me? Members List. Advanced Search. Page 1 of 3.

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Page 2 of 2 First 1 2 Jump to page: Results 26 to 45 of Thread: cheap grinders. Re: cheap grinders I have a paddle switch HF that is strong. An orange HF that runs good but not as strong. A blue variable speed Clark that is strong but runs like crap at less than full speed. I bought a 2-pack of nice looking Kawasaki grinders and gave them as Christmas gifts 2 years ago. I was embarrased to learn they were junk - didn't last a day. Reply With Quote. Liked the first one so much Also it has good looks, IMO. Yet it weighs about the same and has about the same motor amp rating 4.

The switch seems a little chinsier than alternative switches, but I like how its located centrally on top. It is spring loaded, but has a lock by pushing down, that can be operated with one thumb. I found some of them have smoother operating switches than others so, may be worth opening a few boxes and selecting the best.

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And what I like about the is that it has a metal gearbox bottom cover. The spindle lock of the seems noticeably chinsier, however. The spidle lock button kind of racks around and moves side to side. Not as confidence inspiring as the other models. The doesn't include any type of wheel inside the box, whereas most of the other models include one grinding wheel. If you are worried about a cheap grinder breaking in the middle of a job, just pick up a second one to have as a backup. I plan on have both of mine set up at the same time and switching between them, one with a flap disc and another with a cutoff wheel.

Should cut down on wheel change time compared to having a single, more expensive angle grinder. Re: cheap grinders Wow I think you win for the categories of : "Cheapest price cheapy" and " Cheapest sounding name", also "poorest name choice" honor as aswell!!!! Funny though, as cheapest of the cheap it is, the designer was thoughtful enough to put the two peaks at the top of the gear housing so you can put it upside down, on the bench whilst it's still spinning.

Originally Posted by jakeru. Re: cheap grinders I think that black 'Drillmaster' model might be the replacement for the old blue regular duty grinder. It has less power than the Heavy Duty orange model, and is cheaper. Both have aluminum ahead of the handle. The paddle-switch one red is even more powerful than the Heavy Duty model. All that said, I've got blue and orange models and all of them have held up fine.

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I don't notice any significant difference in normal use. And the black body looks good. Jack Olsen My garage website. Join Date May Posts 9. Re: cheap grinders. Originally Posted by bert the welder.

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Re: cheap grinders I opened up the two Harbor Freight 's I've got. I generally liked what I saw inside! First off, I was surprised each had a unique serial number, and a manufacturing date.


That might allow some quality control. No bushings to be seen! The electric windings were nice n' laquered looked pretty dust resistant. Armature was balanced. No metal shavings left behind, improperly torqued fasteners or other missing parts, or other evidence of sloppy assembly to be found. My biggest criticism is that the circlips holding on the gears, and the half moon key between shaft and gears was a little sloppy fit. In reality, I don't know if it matters much for the performance of the tool.

There was possibly an OK amount of grease see pictures , but I added much more. I did also deburr the cooling air intake passages in the handle. Attached Images. Join Date Sep Posts Gow - thanks for your detailed review and info about the harbor freight angle grinders and accessories earlier in this thread.

On their first use today, those were allright! Re: cheap grinders gow - you got it. By the way, if you use cutoff wheels for grinding, only the edge of the wheel should be allowed to make contact, not the face Also, I attached some more pictures of the harbor freight grinder disassembly. First two pics are of the gearcases of the two grinders I opened up, as they appeared right being opened. Also, one, with the earlier manufacturing date, was missing a circlip retaining the pinion drive gear from falling down when the gearcase was disassembled.

I don't know if that is a manufacturing defect, or a design change between the two grinders. Third pic showes a bit sloppily cut half moon keyway excessive chamfering visible on the edge of the slot, sloppy overall fit , and fourth pic shows my deburring job of the air intake holes completed on left side, still original on right. Re: cheap grinders I actually have several ways I use it. I do use the face a little depending on the situation, but more so just at a shallow angle.

You can go back and forth and work layers fairly well. Also, after some passes, I turn the grinder over because one side is kind of scraped off a little and you can work the other side of the wheel. Be sure to wear glasses and other gear.