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Just wanna say I love my DeWalt sawzall.
It is the 10amps of pure destruction.
i love it, anyone else out there got a tool that just kicks ass.
Eric and Tadd, your penis does not count!! :poke:
 

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It quite a bit smaller then a sawzall, but I love dremels.
 

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It quite a bit smaller then a sawzall, but I love dremels

That's okay Kyle...it's not the size of your tool, but how you use it.:rollhappy:
 
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I have to say that the 4" Angle Grinder is right up there with the sawzall. I stripped most of the rust and paint from my Land Cruiser with mine (with a twisted brush wheel)... use it for grinding down welds, cutting off metal parts that I don't feel like sawing through, etc. And I've never seriously injured myself with it, that I can recall. I might have to move up to the 6" one of these days :)

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real men use hand tools. I have a 5 lb pick mattock for the garden--now that's a manly tool!
 

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I have to say that the 4" Angle Grinder is right up there with the sawzall. I stripped most of the rust and paint from my Land Cruiser with mine (with a twisted brush wheel)... use it for grinding down welds, cutting off metal parts that I don't feel like sawing through, etc. And I've never seriously injured myself with it, that I can recall. I might have to move up to the 6" one of these days :)

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Good call Matt, I fully agree on that one. Mine has done tons of rust stripping too.
 

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Thanks guys for very illuminated posts.
Finally I figure out why asian women love american men:sob:
They have big manly tools, and they can handily wield them like the Pro..:clap:
I should say canadian men has manly tools too , no? (can not discriminate, and leave anyone out)
 

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I shouldn't be putting myself down, but if you've seen a Dremel in person you would hardly call it manly. Its extremly useful and versitile, but barely manly.

Thanks Hien for trying to not discriminating.

 

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I don't have mine in front of me but I think it goes up to 35000 RPM
 

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Speaking of which, there used to be a dremel-head by an aftermarket Co. that was a saw-tooth edge, blued steel. Anyone seen one around?
 

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I shouldn't be putting myself down, but if you've seen a Dremel in person you would hardly call it manly. Its extremly useful and versitile, but barely manly.

Thanks Hien for trying to not discriminating.

Wow, so many versatile exchangeable tips:p
I can see them women trembling with anticipation while lining up in front of the canadian embassies for visas.:wink:
 
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Just like men! Leave it to the guys! :rollhappy::clap::wink:You're cracking me up!
Hmmmm ........ I wonder how I should rate this post?
 

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Can we give negative stars?:evil:

Sorry, Eric I own a Dremel and think it's pretty wimpy. Now, when I think manly, I think huge chainsaw!
 

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real men use hand tools. I have a 5 lb pick mattock for the garden--now that's a manly tool!
I have to agree with you Scott. I have a 5lb maul for splitting wood. A few years ago it also came in handy to put down a deer that was run over in the road in front of my house. Only took one swing.

I also have a couple of chain saws for the power freaks. The biggest one is only 24" though.
 

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I have to agree with you Scott. I have a 5lb maul for splitting wood. A few years ago it also came in handy to put down a deer that was run over in the road in front of my house. Only took one swing.

I also have a couple of chain saws for the power freaks. The biggest one is only 24" though.
Wow Rick...your a man for all seasons, or should I say "all reasons?" :rollhappy:
 

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