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Discuss Small grinder.... at UK Plumbers Forums; At the beginning of the year my old mini grinder give up the ghost.....got a couple of quid for Xmas what are you using...regards Turnpin...
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    At the beginning of the year my old mini grinder give up the ghost.....got a couple of quid for Xmas what are you using...regards Turnpin
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    Mine is a Makita , just spot on, herin doors drove over it back in the summer and it still works
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    Quote Originally Posted by townfanjon View Post
    Mine is a Makita , just spot on, herin doors drove over it back in the summer and it still works
    sounds painful that...mrs ran over your 4 1/2incher, glad it still works though!!!
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    I use Makita 18v aswell only because all my kit is Makita so its easier, if you want a mains one i'd recommend Metabo for grinders
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    bosch if on mains and what ever bat platform your on there all about the same these days
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    Plus 1 for Makita. Everything from stainless steel cladding to marble tiles, used to have bosch but Makita is better build quality. Use a Hitachi 9" and that also quality tool.
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    Bought a Titan one 5 years ago from Screwfix. All my main battery tools are Makita but for a 4" mains angle grinder it is spot on and a shade over £20.
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