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I'm new here and have enjoyed the posts to this point. Dud of a dude...if you don't like the tool? Buy something else. You bought it at a Home Depot or some homeowner grade source center. If you are a pro...why didn't you buy professional grade from your supply house? Don't cry now because YOU were cheap then!
Mark was nice enough to point out your posts are still here and well. Trust me any other Forum would have not been so generous, given your insults. Maybe some of the tools are disapointing, but most tools lines have problems. Why not apologize for jumping the gun by assuming your posts were taken down? Stick around and get to know some of the folks here, they are really good hearted and knowledgeable people.
Ask a simple question that won't cause trouble, for example "Is it okay to charge a lithium battery on the older style charger"? Sorry, inside joke.
Seriously, the guys here are open to comments, criticism, questions, and all sorts of everday life conversation. Give them a fair chance. Frank
I may have come across wrong. Being new, I am slamming Ridgid in anyway. Every tool has a rating. As a pro you should research each tool you buy. Decide how it will be used, how often, and even more so...by who? Ridgid makes the best threading and die tools I have ever touched, not to mention my plumbing basics. I do not buy off the shelf at a home center unless my research says that is the best for the money. My question to you is...did you buy the right tool for the job and was it used within it's limits?