"The difference is a Chevy pick-up vs. a Hummer 2.
Both marketed by GM, but the Chevy won't do what the Hummer will. Either will get you to the market and back, but if you want the ability to go in the big weeds, take the Machine."
And if they put that civilian so call Hummer up against a real Hummer it would lose badly.
If you were to have the military & the civilian Hummers side by side & really look them over you would see what I mean.
No contest. But neither is the Chevy v. H2, and they are made by the same company. More like the Blue toys v. Orange tools.
I own some of those Blue toys, but they do what I needed them to do, excepting the Craftsman router that broke an adjustment ring with less than 5 hours on it. All Craftsman power tools should start with model number POS. . .
Should I have said S-10?
BTW, which Oak Harbor?
Talk about butt ugly---that H2 gives ugly a new meaning. At least the military Hummers have a somewhat funcitonal look! Really ugly---H2 painted Ridgid orange! [img]tongue.gif[/img]
That's called camaflage. You could hide one in the BOB and no one would see it. Think that's what will happen with the woodworking tools?
If you put a real Hummer up against my Willys RockCrawler........
Love the new color. It will allow me to find my tools in the dark!
County of ORANGE!!!!!
City of ORANGE!!!!!Ca.
Sadly, my house isn't ORANGE!!!!!
[ 09-01-2003, 01:48 AM: Message edited by: Backyard Woodworker ]