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Old 12-11-2011, 08:25 PM   #13
FlyWright
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City: California Delta and SF Bay
Country: Sacramento, CA, USA (boat in Vallejo)
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Vessel Model: Marshall Californian 34 LRC
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RE: Oscillating Multitool uses

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VAtrawlerguy wrote:ARoss wrote:
*I think Harbor Freight has an el cheapo versoin also -- can't comment on quality.... but you still seem to get what you pay for.
*I bought the cheapo version from Harbor Freight just to try the tool concept (I'm a skeptic) and it has been a great addition to my tool box.* I'm a contractor and it's saved my butt on several occasions.* I*use it frequently and it's going on 2 years.* I can't imagine how a more expensive version could do any better.* HF puts it on sale frequently and it's lower priced now than when I bought it.

Gary

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I have the HF version and just leave it on the boat.* It's great for plunge cuts for new switches or control panels.* I've used mine at least a dozen times on the head conversion, windlass and tank monitors.* Great for those tight spaces and perfect LOW DUST cuts for panel mounts.* I haven't even gotten around to trying the sander yet.* Maybe this spring...
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