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craftsman commercial grinder.

pic of grinder I found online model # 335.25841

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My craftsman commercial hand grinder tag. clear to the eye, just cheap cell camera, can't find a manufacturer date. works great, had to grind off stripped lug nuts w/tire on car, grey plastic sears case it came in had a bunch of different grit/size/shape grinding bits in it, very kool.

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Thats very cool. I am not sure the date, but wondering about the plastic case. It looks old, but the plastic case makes me wonder how old. I am not sure when they went from the metal case to plastic cases.

Here's the front of case

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Top: Sears Label on top left corner

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And here's what was inside, even adapter for smaller bits, sure all those were added by previous owner.

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On tag says

24000 R.P.M

40 deg c rise (idk)

max 1 1/2 inch dia wheel w/1 inch shank mounted points(?).

And at bottom it says:

Sears, Roebuck & co.

Simpsons-Sears LTD

Grindertag.jpg

click on link you will see it pop up for a second then message about item ended, only thing I found so far. still searching.

http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-CRAFTSMAN-BALL-BEARING-INDUSTRIAL-HAND-GRINDER-/250821019902?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0

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Here's the front of case

NewPicture2.jpg

Top: Sears Label on top left corner

NewPicture3.jpg

And here's what was inside, even adapter for smaller bits, sure all those were added by previous owner.

NewPicture4.jpg

On tag says

24000 R.P.M

40 deg c rise (idk)

max 1 1/2 inch dia wheel w/1 inch shank mounted points(?).

And at bottom it says:

Sears, Roebuck & co.

Simpsons-Sears LTD

Grindertag.jpg

click on link you will see it pop up for a second then message about item ended, only thing I found so far. still searching.

http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-CRAFTSMAN-BALL-BEARING-INDUSTRIAL-HAND-GRINDER-/250821019902?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0

Found out Simpson-Sears is a Canadian based Sears.

Grinder must not be worth much, and not very popular in U.S.

Canadian based sear's, maybe I should Google some Canadian tool forums and see what they come up with.

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