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I think they got a little off track. The post started out about a RIDGID sander but I think it turned into a group rant about Ryobi. They kept talking about "cheap" tools and RIDGID tools certainly aren't cheap.
Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian."
------- Henry Ford
The sign at the shop did say won't fix Ridgid or Ryobi tools though. Im' a ridgid neutral person here. Since new tool purchasers like to come here for purchasing decision, I try to keep things as informative as possible. Pro or con.
As for Ryobi, I agree, they are a cheaper quality many times disposable tool versus Ridgid.