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Old 11-23-2013, 07:53 AM
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Default Re: What Type of Saw?

10" HF saw is what I meant. SC, yeah, you being in the trade, it is not the saw for you. I know what you mean Gulf. mine is in the garage taking up valuable square footage along with cement mixer. What is the saying, ....those who die with the most toys....... but I got to do some clearing out or build a new garage. I am encroaching on the SWMBO's parking area
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Old 11-26-2013, 12:58 PM
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Default Re: What Type of Saw?

I bought the 10" HF saw with the stand. With some MK Blades and I also bought a Dewalt continuous rim blade for tile. I've used it quite a bit already and it has worked great. Definitely better than renting as you will need to make cuts throughout the process probably. For SC it isn't a pro saw but it does a great Job. @ Russell - if you want to make some temporary room in that garage i'll borrow your mixer haha
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