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6117-33 Angle Grinder


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Smaller wheels are perfectly safe since they'll be rated for a higher RPM, but it generally won't be as effective.

 

to clarify this, a 4" disc in a 5" grinder is just as effective as in a 4" grinder. But the 5" disc will get better depth of cut.

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I am a big Fuel fan and was looking at the 2781, but I can't imagine it having a great run time for surface grinding saw joints and around drains/clean outs on the job. No cord is nice, but having to have a shop vac for dust collection means I have a cord anyway so it defeats the purpose IMO.

Would be pretty slick for cutting Tile though.

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In have three of the millwakee 6177-33d. It's a variable speed version of the one you mentioned.

Great grinder. It's got good power but still ergonomically balanced. I really don't have any complaints. I have used for a year an the other 2 are just a few monthes old.

When it comes to grinders either go with millwakee or metabo.

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