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Powering Up Your Power Tools

Are your power tools losing their power? As much as you wish they weren't, I'm guessing that many of them probably are. Let's face it, power tools don't last forever, but hey, don't just go and chuck them out. Perhaps all they need are some good replacement parts. Treat your power tool parts like you would your car. When it fails to run you don't just go buy a new car right? Well, maybe there are some out there who are wealthy enough to do so, but for the other 95 percent of us, the first thing we do is take our car in to replace whatever part caused our car to either lose its power or stop working all together.


To make my point I must mention this mostly true story. Roxy is 11 years old and has been through many lengthy trips, mostly traveling from her college apartment carport to her much more superior summer garage. She has helped a number of siblings get through college and has never complained much about doing it. Sometimes though, Roxy would get a little weary from all the work she had to do and would sometimes have a "break down." However, after she got her break and had a few parts changed, she was back at it like new.


In June there is a popular day for giving gifts and DeWALT power tools, Porter Cable generator parts, and Porter Cable cordless drill parts become hot products for gifts. Forget getting in your car right away and going to the local power tool store because you don't have to go and buy a complete power tool for your Dad, just find out what power tools he has that are of need of some replacement parts. Maybe he has a Porter Cable Generator that needs to be fixed. Find him the right tool parts to get them going again. What a great way to be with your dad and replace some of his cherished DeWALT or Makita power tools.


What do I know though? Maybe your Dad doesn't like DeWALT power tools. You better do a little research and see if perhaps his favorite power tools are Makita or even Porter Cable. But then again, there doesn't have to be a holiday to fix up yours or your Dad's power tools. Just think of how devastated Roxy the car would have been if she had to wait until the next holiday to cure her "break down."


Now you have it. Some much needed advice on how to take care of your precious power tools. Just remember, almost everything can be fixed by using the right parts. That is, everything except our dear friend Roxy. She will no longer hit the open road. Some of her parts just aren't fixable anymore. Well, they definitely are, it is just not worth it to fix her again. What is even worse is that soon she will be resting in pieces.


Jason Luke is a writer for ioVentures, Inc. Visit eReplacementparts.com now to find a large selection of DeWALT Router Parts, DeWALT Planer Parts, and Makita Parts.


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