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    Default Pneumatic Cut Off Tool

    Anyone have reviews about a Pneumatic Cut Off Tool for use in the tool box? We are thinking about adding this tool, but most tools seem made in China. Any positive reviews of specific tools, and what is the preferred size 3 or 4 inch? Do these have enough power not to bog down under load? Thoughts/experiences?

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    There are some USA made tools. I'd suggest buying them. Check out the Dynabrade line. There are others obviously.

    A 3" tool may do a good job, for close quarters. Invest in quality replacement wheels! Also, invest in high quality hose, connectors, and regulator, perhaps even 1/2" ID.

    Train often.

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