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    Bosch hand grinder with wire wheel ruled the day

    Bosch hand grinder with wire wheel ruled the day on my rotors. Not bad for sitting 12 years
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    Re: Bosch ruled the day

    What did Bosch have to do with it?


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    Re: Bosch ruled the day

    The angle grinder with a wire wheel is my no. 1 tool for rust removal. I use a Makita, not Bosch, but it still seems to do the job.
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