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  • BeRotten
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    I've been using a Hitachi 4.5 inch grinder that I got from Lowes, that I really like. It has the paddle switch like you want, it also has a quick lever on the guard that lets you change the position of the guard in about 2 seconds. It seems to have plenty of power...at least considerably more than the 4 in. Makita that it replaced.

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  • GWOL
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    jniolon


    I got the Milwaukee 4.5 " and it has worked great. Like Rocky said there is a ton of stuff on grinders if you do a search. I know I had the same questions about 2 months ago.

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    Re: grinder recommendations

    Originally posted by jniolon
    My 10 year old craftsman 4.5" grinder is dying a slow death... any recommendations, cautions, warnings about other brands.. I definately want a paddle switch type and I want to stay with 4.5"...got lots of disc already...

    I'm leaning toward the 8 amp Milwaukee for 99.00 at Lowes unless someone knows something better ??

    thanks

    John
    John, not to side-step your question, but there's tons of info on grinders here, just do a search on 'grinders' and you'll get more than you ever wanted to know.

    I like a 5" grinder...more power, and speed.

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  • jniolon
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    grinder recommendations

    My 10 year old craftsman 4.5" grinder is dying a slow death... any recommendations, cautions, warnings about other brands.. I definately want a paddle switch type and I want to stay with 4.5"...got lots of disc already...

    I'm leaning toward the 8 amp Milwaukee for 99.00 at Lowes unless someone knows something better ??

    thanks

    John
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