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  1. Hi, If we talk about the grinders, the best grinder to handle is Angle grinder of Dewalt. Actually I have done a great research on grinders and also I have mentioned that in my Blog. Cheers!
  2. I buy stuff and then never get around to using it. I need to get rid of some of this stuff to make room and funds for something new. All items include USPS shipping from Queenstown, MD. Flexvolt Grinder, DCG414B - $130 -sold Flexvolt Grinder, DCG414B - $130 - Sold pending funds Veritas Medium Shoulder Plane w/ PM-V11 blade - $190 - Sold Veritas Low Angle Jack Plane w PM-V11 blade - $225 - Sold 4x Bessey BPC-H12 1/2" Pipe Clamps - $60 for the set. If someone wants everything I'll do $675 shipped USPS. None of these items have been used. With the exception of the grinders everything is in its original box. The grinders will each ship with all accessories except the Dewalt bags. Photos Below Please note that the shoulder plane has some black marks on one side, I believe this is from when they did the center fill area. I did not notice it when I bought it, but also did not remove the plane from the box when it arrived or I would have requested a replacement. I'm sure those more knowledgeable than I know of a way to remove it, but I didn't want to risk damaging it just to clean it up to sell. It is also possible that it is ink from the manual.
  3. Greetings folks, Hoping to dial into some wisdom from anyone familiar with maintenance for an old Craftsman (Atlas) grinder/honer I just acquired. Craftsman is the manufacturer, but I have a feeling that Atlas actually manufactured the machine and they were sold under the Craftsman label. Anyway, the machine is likely 60+ years old (run perfectly well), and I got it as part of a package from an old metal worker. It is mounted to a rolling bench, which I loaded (horizontally) in my truck when I picked it up. When I got home and set the bench right side up, fluid began to drain out of the grinder wheel side of the machine. In I located the Atlas Griner-Hone Manual.pdf online and based on what I've read, I presume the leaking fluid (lubricant) is transmission fluid. The Atlas 2400 manual says to use SAE 90 Transmission Fluid as the lubricant. I am no lubricant/transmission fluid expert, but I've been told there is a big difference between synthetic and regular fluid. If you own or have experience maintaining this machine, my (rookie) question is - What type of fluid (that is currently sold) would you recommend? Appreciate any help! Thanks, Eric
  4. At the Home Depot and I saw this deal on a 1" hammer drill for $199.99. Seems decent since it also comes with a 4 1/2" grinder. Fair market price?
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