After a few years of good service Ole Orange coughed, sputtered, spit out a bunch of sparks & laid down for good.
He’ll lay to rest right next to the Black & Decker 2700 (which was the best of the bunch so far).
We’ll give the Milwaukee a go, I already like the chuck, long cord and with the whopping 2800 rpm’s he ought to be up to that work load.
We’ll see.

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  1. I learned everything I need to know about paint removal, brushing, and finishing from that little rigid…Rest In Peace. His power was beyond what anyone could understand.

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