Drive It Like Ya Stole It
I need opinions NOW! I am going to buy a cutoff wheel tomarow and want to know what brand to get. Are the craftsman ones any good? I dont want to spend a shitload either.
what he said. i try to stick with craftsman exclusively because of their warranty and ease of replacement. i buy the replacement guarantee whenever buying a tool i need to last, and if something breaks, replacement is easy since sears is usually close. i had some problems with IR air hammers... i'm talking the $100+ super duty hammers. kept blowing up. finally gave up on them and bought a craftsman hammer for $41 including the $6 replacement guarantee and it has paid for itself. though i do have an IR 3/8 angle drill and 1/2 impact and they've been solid. whatever you get, don't forget the marvel oil!Physh1 said:I've got some Craftsmand and Ingersol-Rand...no complaints atl...they are all pretty durable...just save and send in the warranty stuff and you'll be cool.
cornwell stuff is good quality, but our travelling salesman charges an arm and a leg. some of the stuff is ridiculous... like $428 for 8 metric combination wrenches.mike94silverado said:for hand tools as well as my air tools I buy Cornwell since they come to my shop and their prices are between craftsman and snap on. They are priced like the craftsman pro line actually
hovisimo said:which is cheaper? those craftsman pro guns are on sale for $189 sometimes.
Whifflebat said:I don't know if you saw the pics of it, but I used that cutoff wheel to cut flames into my computer case before I left