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California drove another business out. Laguna Tools is moving to Texas. They are selling off all kinds of tools so they don't have to move them. If you have always wanted that Laguna, check them out. They are located in Orange County, CA, close to the coast, so if you can pick up, you might pick up a serious bargain.
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Thanks for posting this Tom -
I really like their tools - I now saw they are moving to a 115,000 square foot manufacturing facility and showroom in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Not to far from Ft. Worth where one of my son's live - now I have another reason to visit.
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Thanks for posting this Tom -
I really like their tools - I now saw they are moving to a 115,000 square foot manufacturing facility and showroom in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Not to far from Ft. Worth where one of my son's live - now I have another reason to visit.
I've been to their So. Cal. facility three times, each was a real treat. They have a show room with tools in it. I also got to see the machine that sharpens their Resaw King blades. The CEO is a European engineer which explains why their tools are so well made. I went there with a friend to buy his 17 inch Italian band saw, and was amazed by the heavy duty bearings in the saws. They were enormous compared to every other brand I've seen, even the fourteen/12 saw has heavy duty bearings. Go visit, you can even buy something there.
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