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helluvawreck

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#1 posted 07-17-2012 03:09 PM

I have recently put $250, including tax, and extra warranty, into a Harbor Freight belt disc sander. So far it’s been a good deal. I was considering a $500 sander that Grizzly sells. However, I was really pushed for money at the time. So far I haven’t been sorry. If it will last me a couple of years I will be happy because I was doing a whole lot of hand sanding and I consider it has already paid for itself in time saved in the last 6 weeks. I would probably still not have any sander yet so getting this cheaper one has helped me a lot. BTW, I put mine on a plywood base with casters because my shop is small too.

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