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RIDGID

Model # EB4424

Internet # 100061671

Store SKU # 428230

Oscillating Edge/Belt Spindle Sander

$199.00 /each
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with Registration
  • Tool free conversion from belt to spindle sander
  • On-board accessory storage

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Model # EB4424

Internet # 100061671

Store SKU # 428230

Constructed as two tools in one, the RIDGID Oscillating Edge/Belt Spindle Sander operates with rotary and oscillating motion to help you effortlessly achieve burn-free finishes on edges, contours, faces, inside curves and outside curves. The tool-free conversion from belt to spindle helps you quickly and easily make changes, so you can complete multiple jobs in the time it would take for one. For your convenience and to help keep your work area neat, the onboard accessory storage neatly holds the belt mechanism, washers and more.

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  • Includes a 4 in. x 24 in. belt, all drums and a set of sleeves
  • 5-Amp, 3/8 hp motor to supply power for high performance and excellent results
  • Up to 1725 RPM spindle speed
  • 60 OPM for speedy sanding action
  • Ball bearing construction for smooth operation and longevity
  • Built-in sawdust collection port to help keep your workspace and air clean
  • Lockout power switch to help prevent unintentional activation
  • 8 ft. cord for long reach to where you need it
  • Table that tilts up to 48° with detents at the most popular angles (0°, 15°, 22.5°, 30° and 45°) to sand bevel edges
  • 3-year limited manufacturer warranty
  • Lifetime service agreement with RIDGID with registration within 90 days of purchase (begins after the warranty period expires)
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
19.25 in 
Product Height (in.) 
23.5 in 
Product Width (in.) 
19 in 
Spindle diameter (in.) 
Spindle height (in.) 
Table Length (in.) 
19.25 
Table Width (in.) 
19.00 
Details
Amperage (amps) 
4.6 
Bench & Stationary Tool Type 
Spindle Sander 
Bench or Stationary 
Bench 
Color Family 
Orange 
Cord Length (ft.) 
Dust collection type 
Port 
Power Tool Features 
Lock On Switch 
Power Tool Product Type 
Bench & Stationary 
Product Weight (lb.) 
40 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Variable Speed 
No 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Limited Warranty, Lifetime Service Agreement. 

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Power Tool Features: Lock On Switch
Brand: RIDGID
Bench or Stationary: Bench
Price: $150 - $200
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Spindle height (in.): 4
Spindle diameter (in.): 2
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The tighting nut just spins

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Clinton, Tn
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August 10, 2014
I installed the belt sand to my Oscillating Edge/Belt Spindle Sander. I am finished using it and wanted to remove it but all the unlocking nuts just spins and I cant remove the belt sander. Does any one have any ideas on how to remove this nut?
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Roanoke, Il
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March 24, 2015
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must be stripped out, your tightening it to tight
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January 14, 2015
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If you are talking about the nut that holds the unit to the shaft, just hold the spindle from spinning and turn to the right. It is a left hand thread.
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January 13, 2015
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It is a left-handed thread, so to loosen it make sure you are turning it clockwise. If the threads are stripped, maybe Ridgid's lifetime warranty will cover that.
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August 12, 2014
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We are talking of the top plastic coated center nut that holds on the assembly right. This nut is reverse threaded so it lefty tighten and righty loosen. Could you have stripped it when you installed the belt assembly? If it is stripped, you'll have to cut it off without hurting the rod threads with a cut-off wheel on a grinder. It's a brass nut so it will cut through fairly easily with an abrasive wheel Read More
We are talking of the top plastic coated center nut that holds on the assembly right. This nut is reverse threaded so it lefty tighten and righty loosen. Could you have stripped it when you installed the belt assembly? If it is stripped, you'll have to cut it off without hurting the rod threads with a cut-off wheel on a grinder. It's a brass nut so it will cut through fairly easily with an abrasive wheel on a Dremel type grinder if you have one. You'll have to order a replacement from Rigid. If you cut the rod threads then you'll need the whole rod assembly replaced. This is all based on your description of the problem. Read Less
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August 12, 2014
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The knob nut that secure the belt sander assembly in place is left hand threaded and screws onto the sanders main spindle. You need to insure that the belt sander assembly is properly seated in the unit, which will allow it and the spindle to lock together, then the knob nut should rotate off in a clockwise direction while holding the belt sander assembly by hand, Read More
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The knob nut that secure the belt sander assembly in place is left hand threaded and screws onto the sanders main spindle. You need to insure that the belt sander assembly is properly seated in the unit, which will allow it and the spindle to lock together, then the knob nut should rotate off in a clockwise direction while holding the belt sander assembly by hand, to keep the spindle from turning. If you are not able to resolve the problem with the above information, the sander will need to be taken or sent in to a local service provider to be checked and the problem resolved.
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Bentonville, VA 22610, USA
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August 12, 2014
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Hopefully the threads are not stripped. The nut is a reversed thread, so you may be turning in wrong direction.
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Huntington Beach, CA
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August 12, 2014
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That does not sound right. I know the nut turns in the opposite direction of a normal nut, but it should still tighten/loosen. You might want to return the unit to the store.
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August 12, 2014
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There is only one nut to remove and it has left hand threads. It would be best to refer to the instructions in the manual. If you do not have a manual you can download one from the sanders product page on Home Depot's website. You can also download the manual at Ridgid's website.
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Wheat Ridge, CO
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August 11, 2014
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Roger, hold the big tube end of the sanding paper to keep it from spinning with your left hand. Then with your right had turn the top knob in the direction of the unlock symbol / clockwise. It will then to take maybe a little more pressure than one might think.
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August 11, 2014
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ive read lots of reviews on this problem, with it not un screwing, even with vice grips, thats why i always loosen mine after use. it just spinning i never heard of. if the wing nut that you take off to remove the sander mech is what your talking about, well sounds like the gears ares stripped. the shaft that it screws to shouldnt move, letting you loosen it. they come with a life time warranty so id Read More
ive read lots of reviews on this problem, with it not un screwing, even with vice grips, thats why i always loosen mine after use. it just spinning i never heard of. if the wing nut that you take off to remove the sander mech is what your talking about, well sounds like the gears ares stripped. the shaft that it screws to shouldnt move, letting you loosen it. they come with a life time warranty so id take it back to home depot. Read Less
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Aromas, CA
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August 11, 2014
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The nut is a "backwards" thread. Hopefully you didn't reverse the thread.
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How are other owners keeping the sleeves from slipping off the larger drums?

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Davenport, FL
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July 10, 2014
I have been relatively successful with slipping carefully measured scraps of paper or fine grit sandpaper between the rubber and the sleeve, but the 2" sleeve is driving me nuts. I think the Diablo Sleeves are a few thousandths larger. Give me some of your ideas.
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california
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November 4, 2014
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never have that problem, just use the largest washer on top of the spindle and make sure its tight enough.
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October 4, 2014
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Try wrapping some masking/ painters tape once or twice around the rubber. This has worked well for me.
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Huntington Beach, CA
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August 12, 2014
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I've not had this problem, but a larger washer that physically holds down the sleeve would help.
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Wheat Ridge, CO
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August 11, 2014
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I think it's a bit of an art but find that if I just turn the belt adjustment knob slowly I can find the balance point - the point at which the belt stops moving up or down on the spindle and just stays in place. Usually doesn't take too long after a little practice.
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Mohave Valley, Arizona
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August 11, 2014
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i couldnt so i called the manufacture and had them send me 6 of there belts, the exact ones they include with the sander. they seeem to be the only ones that wont constantly move up and down.
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Aromas, CA
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August 11, 2014
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Tightening the top nut should expand the rubber to take up any gap between the sandpaper & the rubber drum.
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Davenport, FL
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July 14, 2014
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Answering my own question. The 2" rubber drum is 1.936" in diameter. The 2" Diablo Sleeve is 2.003" on diameter. Thats 0.067 difference. I had to sandwich 2 pieces of Adhesive Back 220 grit, back to back to get it to tighten. I did a review on Diablo's sleeves. It states they are too big for this sander. Try Ridgid Sleeves on Amazon as HD does not sell them anymore.
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DENVER
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July 11, 2014
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Make sure you have the proper sized washer on the top of the drum, tighten the nut a little tighter and don't press the wood into the sleeve as hard. This usually works for me.
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I'm still using the stock sleeves, but it might be feasible to take up some gap with painters tape (removable). If tackiness is all that's needed a shot oh repositionable spray mount (Krylon or 3M) make it. Can be had at art or office supply stores.
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July 11, 2014
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There is not a recommendation or customer indicated means for keeping sanding sleeves from slipping on the rubber spindles that we are aware of or can advise of, since it is not something that we have received reports of as being an issue with the sander from other customers. You may want to try some sanding sleeves from 3M, Norton, or another manufacturer, if the Read More
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There is not a recommendation or customer indicated means for keeping sanding sleeves from slipping on the rubber spindles that we are aware of or can advise of, since it is not something that we have received reports of as being an issue with the sander from other customers. You may want to try some sanding sleeves from 3M, Norton, or another manufacturer, if the Diablo sleeves you are using are not staying on the rubber spindles when the spindle washer is installed and the spindle retainer tightened to compress the rubber spindle, which then holds the sanding sleeve in place under use.
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I haven't seen this problem. Clean the drums with mineral spirits. You may need to look for a different manufacturer for the sanding sleeves if cleaning doesn't work. It sounds as if they were made slightly too big.
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Can it grind metal

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March 24, 2015
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yes but machine must be clean from saw dust
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January 26, 2015
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Not really. Perhaps very light touch on non-ferrous.
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You would need to get a sanding belt made for metal. It should do light metal ok, It is intended for wood.
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August 11, 2014
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no
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Millville, PA 17846, USA
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April 22, 2014
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You can finish anything that you can finish with sand paper.
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April 15, 2014
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I'm not sure if you are supposed to grind metal with it, but I did and it worked. I polished up some 1/2 x 1/8 in steel strips inlayed into wood on the belt attachment. I think the biggest issue would be to make sure your sanding medium is appropriate..
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April 7, 2014
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Yes, with the right abrasive belts and drums. But it won't take a lot of pressure if you try to remove a lot of material at one time. It will work as a surface finisher with light pressure. Try open coat abrasives and let the machine's belt speed and movement do the work.
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this sander is designed for wood, and the belts are made for wood. I suppose it could sand a soft, non-ferrous metal like aluminum or brass, but a grinder that is designed for metal is so much less expensive and would work better.
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It will sand metal. That is a loaded question, however. It is NOT a grinder, it IS a sander. I use it to do minor shaping/finishing on metal parts from time to time. It is not suited for large material removal (in metal). Does great to finish edges on aluminum, brass, copper & some steel; thickness dependent. The more agressive you try & be with it, the faster you will wear down the sanding belts. Also, Read More
It will sand metal. That is a loaded question, however. It is NOT a grinder, it IS a sander. I use it to do minor shaping/finishing on metal parts from time to time. It is not suited for large material removal (in metal). Does great to finish edges on aluminum, brass, copper & some steel; thickness dependent. The more agressive you try & be with it, the faster you will wear down the sanding belts. Also, you may want to purchase a belt that is suited for metal applications. Read Less
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No, it comes with sand paper rolls - not the best for grinding metal. I wouldn't use it for metal unless they come out with a model made specifically for that.
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Sure, if you don't mind voiding the warranty and destroying the moving parts! (It's a woodworking tool)
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Is there a dust collection port/attachment?

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Can I connect my shop dust collection system to this unit? If so, what size is the port?
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Yes
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you can connect it to your shop vacuum. yes
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Millville, PA 17846, USA
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You can connect it. The port is 2-1/2" outside.
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Yes you can use your shop vac. I believe it fits the normal 4 inch tube.
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Yes. It has a 2 1/2" fitting for a shopvac on the back side.
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its one on the back a 2 1/2'' but it dont catch a lot of the dust you can build a extra one for the top r rig up one as i have shown u tube may have more on this but its a good sander
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The port size is 2.5 inch, so you may need adapters depending on your dust collection hose size. Most adapter from shop vacs will work.
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Yes, 2 1/4
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Yes
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Yes; 2-1/2"
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Yes, there is. It fits the standard 2 1/2" hose used by the Rigid Vacuum, as well as others. I have it hooked up to my dust collection system, which collects most of the dust. I have also mounted an additional dust collector hose with a jointer dust collector plate to the left edge and that picks up almost all of the dust.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 345 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hope You Never Need Parts I lost the safety key for the switch, so I can not turn it on or off. I tried several HD stores to get one and they just looked at me and laughed. I just lost over an hour of my life on the RIGID parts site trying to order it and getting nothing but broken links and "not found" statements. At one point it said "click here to order", and when I clicked it I got a message that I can not order that part. Then I followed another link to another site of their, chased around, and ended up with more "can not order that" statements. So, the tool is useless. This is representative of the typical support service that I get from RIGID -- a brand I will no longer purchase (or accept as a gift). April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Machine Easy to disassemble to paint the awful orange color. I used black paint.. Sander does agreat job. Easy to use and set up. love the tool and belt storage areas as well as the drums. The feet dont require the machine to be bolted down. Tiltin table is a plus. The only problem I have is the cost of the belts and drum sleeves. I do have a very serious problem with the extended warranty. They expect me to jump throiugh hoops to register it. Why cant they accept the proof from the register receipt? I will reply when I have the time. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really Versatile Sander With Good Product Support Sander is easy to assemble and use. At first the 1" spindle drum was a little smaller than it should have been. The 1" sandpaper tube did not fit tightly and slipped, making it useless. I called Ridgid; the lady apologized, took my info and I had a new drum in about 3 days. I was really impressed with the service. April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best tool added to my wood shop. I would buy this again Pros good sturdy construction light weight quiet love the dual conversion table great dust collection Cons none Suggest simpler instructions on which washers and spacers to use with each implement. A little vague but figured it out. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product! The sander accomplishes what used to take me hours on a traditional belt sander. Having the large deck surrounding the belt or spindle that is a true 90 degrees to the sanding surface allows me to rest my workpiece and focus solely on the edge that is being sanded. On long curved pieces such as table legs, chair backs, etc., I find it especially helpful. Add the flat surface provided with the belt sanding attachment and I can quickly square up small pieces for easy assembly. I have owned this sander for around 3 months and probably have 3-4 hours of use on it. At this point I have found nothing that would detract from my overall opinion of this product. March 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great sander at a great price was impressed with the packing around the sander , everything was in the box , easy to assemble and worked great ( smooth and quiet for a spindle sander ) wish it had a metal or phenolic table but it is very well built for the money! April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by awesome For the work I do in a very small work area, this sander is the po perfect addition to my shop. April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by OBsolete Bought this sander used less than 5 mins motor locked up than Rigld says its obsolete and motor cost more than sander no more Rigid motor made in China JUNK April 14, 2016
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