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Drill gen - not sure of the model

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Old 09-12-2017, 04:18:30 PM
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Default Drill gen - not sure of the model

Not sure where to put this but I have a 1/2 inch drill gen complete. All I need is the recoil starter fixed. It has its metal box and everything. Are they any good or will they be a wrist breaker?
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Default Re: drillgen not sure of the model

If this is the drill made by O & R, it's a good drill but, you better learn how to fix that starter yourself because you will have to fix it every time you use it! Their original starter was a real stinker. They later replaced it with a "square" starter then went out of business shortly thereafter.
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