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Old 07-04-2011, 07:54 PM
Yeller Yeller is offline
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Default Should I throw a dremel in the tool bag?

Hey guys, about to go and get a dremel 4000 tomorrow. The dremel 4000 is corded, and I obviously couldnt use that at the junkyard.

I am debating on if I should get the cheep dremel 7300 (cordless) just to throw in the tool bag that I take to the junkyard. I am well aware that it isnt very powerful (a family member has one that I borrowed and used for some small ranger projects.


and before you say--- "get the nicest cordless one, and just use that for home and JY"

I refuse to have a cordless dremel for use in the garage and around the house. Not enough power and torque
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Old 07-04-2011, 08:06 PM
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Default Re: Should I throw a dremel in the tool bag?

Dont bother man, just take a hacksaw if you're chopping or a drill for obvious reasons. I see no need for a dremel at the yard and have never used one myself.
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Old 07-04-2011, 08:08 PM
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Dont bother man, just take a hacksaw if you're chopping or a drill for obvious reasons. I see no need for a dremel at the yard and have never used one myself.
ok. thanks man. I will prolly save my money and get a nice drill, along with the dremel 4000
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Old 07-04-2011, 08:11 PM
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Default Re: Should I throw a dremel in the tool bag?

I have kinda banged up tools I take to the yard. I take cordless drills etc I find on craiglist dirt cheap so if I break something its no real loss. Always keep the good stuff at home and ready for the ranger!
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Old 07-04-2011, 10:02 PM
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Dont bother man, just take a hacksaw if you're chopping or a drill for obvious reasons. I see no need for a dremel at the yard and have never used one myself.
x2 i just take a small drill like Clint said. Good stuff at home.
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