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Nordraw last won the day on November 27 2015

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About Nordraw

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    One Tool to go


  • Favorite Tool or Brand
    DeWalt, Milwaukee, Bosch, EGO
  • Hobbies
    Wood working, Audio/Video electronics enthusiast,

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    Beaumont CA
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  1. Go with the Husky you can't beat it for cost value for a home owner. No way is a Snap on worth the ten times the price for the value you would get. Unless money is not an object then just go for it.
  2. If they don't take care of it for you then I would think about going to another brand of tool.
  3. Nordraw

    Forum spammers

    It's the GD Russians, they will stop at nothing
  4. Must mean 8' and not 8"
  5. Nice job. How did you get started with that.
  6. Nordraw

    Printer Stand

    Yeah I have three of those things.
  7. I was going to make a stand to go over a center channel speaker and put the TV on top of it but due to a complete mind fart screwed up the numbers and it was so far off I turned it into something that will now hold my printer in the bedroom. I put a couple of drawers for storage of paper and whatever. You are only as good as you mistakes someone once said.
  8. Nice job Chris. Keep posting the pics, I saw the bench and wondered how it would be. Don't have any room for more in my little shop.
  9. Here's the little shop I work in. Three benches I built and one was purchased.
  10. Very nice job. Did you make the threaded shafts for the vice or was that something you bought?
  11. I don't think that Husky or Milwaukee or DeWalt advertise their boxes for commercial use. They are for homeowners all the way. If you are looking for commercial use don't go to Home Depot or Lowes, that's not going to cut it.
  12. Does anybody really expect a drill to last 20 years. 5 years is more than good enough to me. By then it's time for a new toy.
  13. How is that new line feed working out? Is it a real improvement on the bump feed?
  14. EGO is the way to go for outdoor yard work. Great customer service too
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