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Old 11-19-2013, 02:00 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by dad61 View Post
I tossed almost all my Makita's in the trash years ago, I got a couple of Rigid tools that I like too, one of my circular saws and one of the grinders are Rigid, the other grinder is a Makita, piece of crap, no one ever grabs for the Makita's in my shop, love the extra long cords on the Rigids, wished my Dewalt's had that long of a cord.
Yeah, I got the drill/driver combo, a hand held reciprocating saw, a miter saw, an orbital sander and a corded drill. I've been bringing them on the jobs with me and putting them through the wringer and they've been doing great, so far. Oh, and a shop vac strictly for home. My skill saw is a Dewalt. 10 years old and still singing pretty.

Oh, and Ryobi is crap. Don't buy it unless you're just gonna use it for the one job.
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