Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Re: Life Expectancy of a Oneway Live Center?

Gary Evans Tallassee, TN
>Hi Jennifer,
I have thought that the OneWay live center was overpriced. This thread seems to confirm it. My first live center was a single-bearing Craftsman that I paid about $15 for, I think. While it doesn't have replaceable tips, I cranked the hound out of it for years and it never displayed any unwanted freeplay.

I guess my point is that you don't always get what you pay for. Hope you can get OneWay to help you out with this.

To answer your question, for what it costs compared to the competition, it ought to last a lifetime.

Gary

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