After my 5+ year old Dewalt 7.5 amp 4 1/2" angle grinder busted a gear and a bearing I purchased a Milwaukee 12 amp 4 1/2" power house. So far a great tool but a little heavy for my latest project - sanding the trim on my shop. An 80 grip flap disk take off 5 layers of old paint real quick!. But when hanging off a ladder and operating the grinder one handed... the Milwaukee is a bit of a handful
So I purchased a mini-angle grinder at Tractor Supply. On sale for $20. How could I go wrong? Let me count the ways. The first one died after about 30 minutes use. The replacement about the same. They got hot, the motor sputtered to a stop and that was it. Here is a link to the item: http://www.tractorsupply.com/tools/p...rinder-3910505
So my question is... Is there a QUALITY, reliable small size grinder on the market? The feather weight of the Kamikaze was nice. But to have to return if every half hour for replacement does not cut the mustard.
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