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I just got back my Dillon Square Deal back from my nephew who let it get rusty and such.  Does Dillon still offer to rebuild these machines?  Thanks.

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And don't loan it out to your nephew anymore, I like and care about my two nephews but I wouldn't loan them a wheel barrow cause they would find some way to tear it up. Just give it a good cleaning like everyone else suggested cause Dillon is backed up.

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This is the reason I don't loan tools. I either never get stuff back or it looks like they drug it behind a truck. 


Just curious, what did he do to let it rust up?

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I believe that just a lack of use as he has had it almost four years and never used it, and hot humid Tennessee summers did the deed.

Now that I think about, he has my big chainsaw.

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This is why I have a strict rental policy which all of my friends know and abide by.

The tool or whatever I loan you has to come back in the exact same condition that it left.  That means no taped cords from where you cut through it, no damage, replaced blades if they are worn, etc.   If it doesn't you simply replace it with new regardless of how old it is.  

Cuts down on my tool loaning quite a bit.

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Beltfed, note to self don't loan said nephew anything. Note # 2 tell said nephew to bring your chainsaw back and while he is at your house get him to clean the rust off your square deal. Then on his way to his vehicle give him a good swift kick and tell him Adios Amigo!!!

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