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re: FDL-60 use
>I can understand the choice
>of an FDL60. If I were starting this operation I'd prefer to have a
>Rank, but might be forced to look at the hard economic realities and
>end up with the Bosch.
not to mention maintance issues. Although Bosh tech support was thin
when I had an FDL-60 (1981) ((yea, like how good IS you German???)) I
only had one maintenance issue in the year I worked on it. Although a
replacement part was not to be found, a substitution was easy. I can't
say the same for my URSA.