I run a T8 from a van, and it's great. However I'm finding I'm working more and more freehand as the years progress..
One ongoing issue I have always had, is the need for my van to be virtually level, wherever I'm sharpening; to keep water from ending up all over the place. I may work up to 5-6 different sites in a day (residential and commercial)
A T2 could be an interesting prospect for a freehander potentially ?
Working freehand speeds up the per-knife process substantially, but not having to constantly be refilling, and levelling / dealing with water would be a HUGE advantage for us who work on the road.. assuming the wheel and motor are up to the job.
Any comments or thoughts appreciated.
Josh (Sydney Australia)