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Recommendations for good Cut-off tool? 90psi air #4495734
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Need one with power/high rpm. CH is too weak. I would prefer a longer body one as opposed to the shorter stubby models. I like the longer Chicago Pneumatic but it's near $200. Does anybody know of a good one that performs well at a lower price point?

Re: Recommendations for good Cut-off tool? 90psi air [Re: SquirrelMan] #4495864
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Originally Posted By: SquirrelMan
I like the longer Chicago Pneumatic but it's near $200. Does anybody know of a good one that performs well at a lower price point?


Chicago P is already the "Middle"

You can go up in quality & price with a Sioux.

Not really any options.


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Re: Recommendations for good Cut-off tool? 90psi air [Re: SquirrelMan] #4496037
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The Sioux 1954HP is the standard. I have one and that thing will twist my wrist when it fires up.

Re: Recommendations for good Cut-off tool? 90psi air [Re: SquirrelMan] #4496108
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Wow, I didn't realize they got that high in price. Is the Chicago powerful? I will keep my eye out for a Sioux on eBay or something. I appreciate it.

Re: Recommendations for good Cut-off tool? 90psi air [Re: SquirrelMan] #4496665
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I am going for a Sioux. I need power. My co-worker makes fun of my $15 Tractor Supply unit. He has some generic model with a black rubber housing but it screams. I cannot find any markings on it because I would be happy with one like his but now I will go for the Cadillac. Bottom line is I also need the best performance available. We cut a lot of bolts, flat and round stock and sometimes we have to cut through weld.


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