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My 4 1/2" angle grinder just went for a crap. I see a local chain store has a Bosch one on sale for $59. Any ideas on the quality of Bosch stuff these days?......Made overseas etc?

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Not a clue. I have been impressed by their innovation in the line of "sliding" compound miter saws, where they devised a "gliding" saw that doesn't take up as much font to back depth on a bench as a saw with the long sliding tubes that need space behind the saw, but beyond that, --------. Everyone seems to have their favorites, and I am no exception; my go to for corded drills and recip saws has always been Milwaukee, I like Skil circular saws, and Makita battery powered drills and drivers. I have had several different grinders and disc sanders, but none has particularly stood out in my mind, and I never wore one out, I usually lost them on a jobsite, or just gave them away as loans that never got returned. I have a couple of DeWalt drywall screw drivers, both corded, and they are difficult to keep the depth setting fixed - it keeps wandering. I guess the first three words are the main idea here, though.

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Well, I bought it....The German in me told me to.....lol
Will see how it lasts. I am not too rough on them, my last one lasted 10 years or so.

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