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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 7:12 pm 
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Well after cutting the car in three in less than a half hour and cutting through exhaust pipe/clamps and a host of other things I have nothing but great things to say about this 'budget" tool. Definetly a big thumbs up from me.

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Now get your trash man to pickup the pieces! :razz:


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how about some pics of the tool.

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I couldnt live without my boss's cordless dewalt tools. The recipricating saw, jig saw, and impact driver are my favorites.


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tuffcarguy wrote:
how about some pics of the tool.

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I've cut up a few cars with a Dewalt saw too. 8)

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Dewalt are one of the top of the line when it comes to professional tools. They are often manufactured in the UK. Yea they're cordless drills are great to, damn expensive though over here!


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