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cram 04-30-2012 10:50 PM

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Here's the picture...It was easy to set up and it's hard to beat the price, especially since the drill can have dual uses. The pictures are a bit big and obnoxious but you get the idea. The only trick is getting the drill mounted the same height as your bucket/base/mill set-up. After that, it's just drilling one hole through the platform to thread a bolt through and into the port in the side of the drill. Finger tight is fine, then you can take it apart when your done or configure it so the drill swivels out of the way and the mill and base can sit next to it like in the last picture. It isn't pretty but I had all the stuff handy (minus the drill) so it cost me $44 out-the-door (sale priced + 20% coupon) and that was with the 2 year replacement plan. Super easy to set-up and I've been really pleased. The drill is loud that's the only drawback I can think of besides the fact that it isn't going to win a beauty contest.


cram 04-30-2012 10:50 PM

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Here's the picture...It was easy to set up and it's hard to beat the price, especially since the drill can have dual uses. The pictures are a bit big and obnoxious but you get the idea. The only trick is getting the drill mounted the same height as your bucket/base/mill set-up. After that, it's just drilling one hole through the platform to thread a bolt through and into the port in the side of the drill. Finger tight is fine, then you can take it apart when your done or configure it so the drill swivels out of the way and the mill and base can sit next to it like in the last picture. It isn't pretty but I had all the stuff handy (minus the drill) so it cost me $44 out-the-door (sale priced + 20% coupon) and that was with the 2 year replacement plan. Super easy to set-up and I've been really pleased. The drill is loud that's the only drawback I can think of besides the fact that it isn't going to win a beauty contest.


cram 04-30-2012 10:50 PM

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Here's the picture...It was easy to set up and it's hard to beat the price, especially since the drill can have dual uses. The pictures are a bit big and obnoxious but you get the idea. The only trick is getting the drill mounted the same height as your bucket/base/mill set-up. After that, it's just drilling one hole through the platform to thread a bolt through and into the port in the side of the drill. Finger tight is fine, then you can take it apart when your done or configure it so the drill swivels out of the way and the mill and base can sit next to it like in the last picture. It isn't pretty but I had all the stuff handy (minus the drill) so it cost me $44 out-the-door (sale priced + 20% coupon) and that was with the 2 year replacement plan. Super easy to set-up and I've been really pleased. The drill is loud that's the only drawback I can think of besides the fact that it isn't going to win a beauty contest.



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