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    Administrator Brian's Avatar
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    So what is the price difference between the harbor freight model including the wheel replacement and a unit that comes with good wheels?

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    About $1000.

    Actually, it depends on which grinder you buy. A Baldor with CBN wheels will run you at least $1500.
    I don't have that kind of money, or time left in my life to justify buying one of those.

    This is just a hobby grinder, so I don't have to change the wheels on my grinder I use for my lathe tools. I have some 1" wheels around here that are fairly decent for actual grinding work
    I can use to put on it.

    I'm not using my good $150 wheels for my lathe tools to grind a brick chisel by any means.
    That's why I got this grinder.
    So, now I have one grinder for my lathe tools, and this new one for everything else.
    Last edited by Twin Oaks; 08-29-2016 at 11:49 AM.


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    I like the disorder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Name View Post
    I like the disorder
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    Lately I'm finding myself using a phrase in your post every time I consider a new tool(toy) - "how much life do I have left to use this tool"
    Becoming aware of your mortality after finally "getting it" is sobering even if I have no real limitations now

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