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does anyone know were I can get one of these tools at a good price. It doesnt have to be by the same people, a differant name is fine.



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It's actually a cutting tool.

MrSmith, have you looked here ?

Actually, if you're not particular about the brand, you can use a Dremel to do the same things. There is also another manufacturer that makes something similar too; can't remember the name though. I know that they're both available at Home Depot.
 

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LegendGS said:
It's actually a cutting tool.

MrSmith, have you looked here ?

Actually, if you're not particular about the brand, you can use a Dremel to do the same things. There is also another manufacturer that makes something similar too; can't remember the name though. I know that they're both available at Home Depot.
LegendGS, You may be thinking about RotoZip. It is a similat tool. I have the Dremel my self and really like it. Very versatile, and lots of accessories out there for it.
 

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Check on Ebay. There is a seller in Denver (Tool King) which can also provide reconditioned tools. Another would be Amazon (www.toolcrib.com) which could also have a reconditioned one. The ToolCrib Cut-Out Tool (Dewalt 660K) lists for $80 new. Personally, I believe you can't beat Dewalt tools.
 

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HHEEAY

Thanks yall, I found One at Wal*Mart, It was 60 dollars, My sister inlaw works there so I get 10% off of that.

SpeedDemon, I'll be using this tool to cut two 10 inch wholes in my rear deck in between my 6x9's, (1990)LS four door. This tool has a different cutting pattern than a regular drill, Instead of cutting in a straight line, it cuts side ways.

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/prod...type=1&dept=4044&path=0:4044:51199:4093:55338

 
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