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Ryobi 6" Bench Grinder (BGH6110SB) EXPIRED

braincrusher 526 196 November 30, 2012 at 05:20 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 12-01-2012 by yuugotserved at 12:00 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has Ryobi 6" Bench Grinder (BGH6110SB) for $24.88 with free store pickup only (click on Check Store Inventory button). Thanks braincrusher
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Was at the store today and they had stacks of these grinders so check your stores. Reviews seem fine on the hd site, amazon only has reviews on reconditioned models with 2 people not liking this. For $25 whatever i will use it to sharpen mower blades and edging shovels.
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#31
This one is way underpowered.
I was shaving off some rough edges on a piece of aluminum, and I felt if I pressed hard enough I would have stopped it.
But for 25 bucks I'll keep it for now.
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#32
Thanks OP In 4-1.
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Affordable. Now if I could hide it without the wife seeing. Says I've been buying too many tools lately.
A few days ago.. i was writing on similar lines about a polisher I wanted to purchase and Then I got this recommendation.

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Recommendation:

STEP #1----remove your skirt
STEP #2----remove your wife's pants
STEP #3----put on the pants
STEP #4----have wife put on the skirt

Your allowed to have some fun between STEP #2 and STEP #3...as long as your wife allows it.
I learnt my lesson Wink.... so should you. Never write wifey issues on the slickdeals. It comes back in your face. laugh out loud
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It comes in your face. laugh out loud

Dude...really?




P.S. - That's what she said
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#35
Got one! thanks OP
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Affordable. Now if I could hide it without the wife seeing. Says I've been buying too many tools lately.
put it in a gift box and say that it was a White Elephant gift from work.
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laugh out loud
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Dude...really?




P.S. - That's what she said
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#38
Just checking out and at the very last step - after entering my CC info, saw the price jump by $5. Now shows up as $29.88. Still probably a decent price, but once you've had the $25 in your cart...
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Quote from braincrusher View Post :
Even if i use it to restore one mower blade i would be happy. I have been using my jawhorse and a dremel with grinding stone. Works aaight but takes forever
Sorry for being off topic, but I wanted to ask how you like the jawhorse? I've been trying to talk myself out of it just b/c i've been on such a buying spree lately (damn you, SD) but i really want one. Have you found that you use it quite a bit?
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Just checking out and at the very last step - after entering my CC info, saw the price jump by $5. Now shows up as $29.88. Still probably a decent price, but once you've had the $25 in your cart...
Hmm... Cleared out my cart, started over and eventually checked out with it at $24.88. Strangely, if I tried to my with paypal, it added $5 to the price. With CC, it went through just fine. Now here's seeing if they'll have one when I go to pick it up next week!
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It may have just been my luck, but I purchased the 8" one as part of a 50 off 100 purchase and had to return it after it started smoking after using it with some buffing wheels for less than 5 minutes. These may have to be kept to grinding only, and not used for buffing/polishing. For an all around buffer though (softer materials), of course you'd want something that can be adjusted down to much lower rpms.
what I did was use an old swamp cooler motor (1/2 hp) and put a drill chuck on the end...I set up some buffing wheels with a bolt and nut through the middle with washers on either side...then I just "chuck" in the buffing wheel that I need, add the rouge to the wheel and buff away...then I can quickly change wheels...I also set up some round grinding stones the same way for lawn mower blades and such....the swamp cooler motors have a lower rpm and are made for running all day long...set up is great for jewelery buffing (just be careful that the stones don't get pulled off).
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#42
too coarse to sharpen knives?

If so how about like a machete....I use one for work from time to time

I work in forestry for the power company.
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And I'm a serial killer
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Sorry for being off topic, but I wanted to ask how you like the jawhorse? I've been trying to talk myself out of it just b/c i've been on such a buying spree lately (damn you, SD) but i really want one. Have you found that you use it quite a bit?

Yes, jawhorse is an amazing vice. I have used it to paint chairs (clamp a leg so the chair is up in the air and spray), sharpen mower blades a bunch, planed 4 doors which went very well, and put up a huge birdhouse on a pole by myself among many other smaller projects. Many people found the rigid vice here on SD for $40 which is very similar. That was a screaming price though. i would recommend the jawhorse. I might even bolt this grinder to a piece of plywood and clamp it in to the jawhorse and keep it off the workbench. Thanks for the idea!
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#44
I bought one of these 20 year ago. Haven't used it once yet.
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I bought one of these 20 year ago. Haven't used it once yet.

I was 8 when you bought this.
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