Decent grinder for the money. If you have done your research, all the things that you should look for before using is true. Paint is heavy in areas, castings are rough and scaly in areas, holes not deburred, etc. All in areas that you have to fix, file, sand and reassemble to make a smooth operating grinder.
The stock wheels do run out a bit. If you replace with a good quality diamond wheel, you will need 4 countersink head bolts to fasten.
The miter gauge is particularly in need of attention, all three pins in the small slide bar will need delicately welded in place. The peening job on these areas is not sufficient.
I purchased a diamond wheel right away, although very expensive is miles superior to the bonded wheels.
All in all, I knew what I was buying and after the TLC I gave it, I am very satisfied with this machine.
I wouldnt recommend for everyday shop type use, but for me sharpening stump grinding teeth periodically, it works perfectly.