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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 08:35 AM Thread Starter
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Time to tear some shit up...

This is the first one I have ever owned and now I am walking all over my house looking for crap to alter... I really need it for some of the work on the bikes but I.. must.. grind... something...
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 08:45 AM
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Reminds me of when I spent four hours modifying a computer case with the cutting attachment when it would've taken 10 minutes with the tin snips

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I sold mine with all my tools a few years back and now I regret it. It looks like you bought the extra deluxe bells and whistles package. I wouldn't expect any less from you Paul!
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That is how I felt when I got mine. LOL

I ended up making a "tobaco pipe" out of a piece of wood. Many hours and a few brain cell are gone because of it.

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That is how I felt when I got mine. LOL

I ended up making a "tobaco pipe" out of a piece of wood. Many hours and a few brain cell are gone because of it.
hah! That's a good idea! I actually have it at work now. I am scoping the office for somethign to fix. I need to use it, COME ON!!!!

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post #8 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 01:57 PM
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cool toy! i need to get one, are they usually less than $100 or so? Do they still sell the attachment that's 2ft and flexible so you can do detail/get in small spaces?

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That is how I felt when I got mine. LOL

I ended up making a "tobaco pipe" out of a piece of wood. Many hours and a few brain cell are gone because of it.
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post #9 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 07:16 PM
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a dremel set like that one is one of the best tools you can own. It makes soo many jobs sooo much easier

BTW The only tool that's higher on the coolness scale is a sawzall

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Do it yourself dentistry. Start with her.

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Do it yourself dentistry. Start with her.

sorry but dentistry isnt what i would be doing
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post #14 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 02:07 PM
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My favorite toy in the world!!!!!

Well, OK- 2nd favorite.

Great for custom fender eliminator work. Just know that melted plastic burns hurt like a mother.


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Great for custom fender eliminator work
HAHAHAHAHA - Gasguzzler (with Larry supervising) Special on the old Busa
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HAHAHAHAHA - Gasguzzler (with Larry supervising) Special on the old Busa
From what I hear that was a hack job to be proud of.
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From what I hear that was a hack job to be proud of.
The Hack Job to end all Hack Jobs - We started off with GREAT intentions and it soon ended up with just "fucking grind it off and I'll hand sand the shit outta it"

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This is the first one I have ever owned and now I am walking all over my house looking for crap to alter... I really need it for some of the work on the bikes but I.. must.. grind... something...

how much did it end up costing you?? Also is it easy to use??
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I fixed my chipped tooth with a dremel, true story. BTW, the cordless is the suck (i have one).

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i used a dremel to polish my brakes on all 4 corners. if you use it to polish something....beware...it is addicting.
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I fixed my chipped tooth with a dremel, true story.

thats hard core man
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thats hard core man
I like the term 'Gangsta' better, but hard core will suffice.


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