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Old January 29th 12, 10:14 PM posted to rec.skiing.nordic
lolix
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Default Angle Grinder vs Drill

Beside his ideas on how to improve glide, that are not the object of
that topic, Kuzmin came up with tools that fit onto and Angle Grinder
instead of a Drill.

Using a tool the way it has been designed for, unlike a drill, looks
like common sense now that he came with the idea and the tools that
fit.
This is how roto-things should have been made for from the beginning !

At first I thought that a left handle would be even better but it
would also encourage to apply more pressure, which not desired with
his tools.

Laurent
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