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Posted on Just wondering about the Craftsman brand....

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#1 posted 02-17-2012 11:07 PM

I have a large collection of Craftsman mechanics tools some of which I bought 50 years ago. They’ve served me well wrenching on several cars and trucks over the years. I’ve also had several Craftsman wood working tools over the years, but have replaced most of them with better grade tools since I “went pro”.

One Craftsman tool I’ll keep is a commercial grade router that SWMBO bought me for my 30th b-day. I replaced the trigger switch several years ago, and it still works fine. Another is this wobble dado cutter a neighbor gave me. I have a nice stacked dado set, but the wobble cutter is easier to set up and gives excellent dados and rabbets. I used it today on a hutch I’m building for a customer.

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