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Old 02-21-2012, 05:49 AM   #21
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well timed read as my old b&d rotary just bit the dust last week. It was old, not sure of the model, but came in a plastic case with the flexible attachment thingamajig.
Mike in Duluth

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1. Hefeweizen
2. BM Centennial Blonde
3. LHMS Clone

Next on Tap-Denny Conn Rye IPA
Kegged and aging Ed Worts Apfelwine, Denny Conn BVIP
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Old 02-21-2012, 04:15 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by BrewBeemer View Post
These have never let me down with many hundreds of hours hard use, head porting mostly with a Powerstat.
At 20 years old with less plastic for stones and rotary files, manly tools vs the 4000 Dremel for light work; http://www.milwaukeetool.com/tools/m...e-grinder/5196
I absolutely agree with you BrewBeemer.

Milwaukee is king when it comes to power tools.

That die grinder you are referring to is a "real" beast. I've used that grinder for years working as a pipe welder.

For these guys I would recommend
It is much smaller with all the power one would ever need for brewing projects.
You can grab a used one off ebay for not much than that B&D crap.
Plus your grandchildren will still be using it after your long gone.
I don't know what you said, but your wrong.

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