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|Today 01:48 PM|
Bottom line for that original guy who was looking is for what they are going to do, it really isn't going to matter which saw they buy, I'd probably get a $50 used one from craigslist since he just borrows saws now.
|Today 12:18 PM|
If you are just using this as a construction-grade chop saw for 2x4's or to build a deck then any of the blades at HD or Lowes will work fine as long as they have 40-60 teeth and are carbide tipped. Many of those blades are sold in pairs, which tells you that even the manufacturer admits they are going to give out on you and one blade isn't enough.
However, as I posted above, unless you really need the extra capacity of the slider I would strongly urge you to look at the Hitachi 10" miter saw at Lowes for $80 as it makes very accurate miter cuts. And the lack of HF accuracy is verified by a professional in the post right above yours:
|Today 10:59 AM|
|jacan||Guys, im about to buy the 10 sliding miter saw, and i read that the weakest link of this saw is the blade, what is a recommended budget brand of good blades?|
|Today 08:01 AM|
i feel stupid for paying $180 for my craftsman 10" sliding compound miter but it works very well. angles are spot on so no adjustment is needed to compensate.
another thing to note - here in the Philly area there is a huge problem with jobsite thefts. people will sneak onto jobsites either during off-hours or while the contractor isn't looking and is working on something else. i think contractors are fed up with have their $400+ DeWalts stolen so they say screw it and get these ~$100 ones which are nearly disposable. writing off a $100 loss is a lot easier to swallow than a $400 one
|Today 07:53 AM|
i picked up that parabolic electric heater last night and used it for the first time. i am very impressed with how well it heats up the room. you need to use the oscillating function to cover a whole room otherwise the dish will just direct the heat to where it's pointed.
i really like how it only uses 450W which means it can be run on the HF Storm Cat i have.
note - initially there was some smoking from the coil element. that went away after 20 seconds
|Today 04:13 AM|
|michvhf||7321 Monthly ITC for December|
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|Yesterday 01:53 PM|
Not a deal, but I was amused with this review:
Comments about Pittsburgh Professional Pc Universal Impact Joint Socket Adapter Set:
I work on 2 vehicles. One owned by an idividual named Han. Another owned by a fellow who likes to be referred to as ObiWan. I was more than pleased with the integrity of this 1/2" drive adapter. I'm happy to say both ships are in commission and helping to protect our freedom from the dark forces of galaxies far, far away.
From here: http://www.harborfreig
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|LeighAnne12||Looks like a man's dream. Need to show my husband.|
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|michvhf||4814 Retail A Thru 12/7 - Earthquake Air Tools and some super coupon wannabes|
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|intelinside||Anyone knwo where to get lowes 10% off coupons? Will home depot price match them?|
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