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RYOBI 12 in. Sliding Miter Saw with LED $219

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Had picked the 10inch but doesn't cut straight when you slide the saw forward
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Had picked the 10inch but doesn't cut straight when you slide the saw forward
Sounds like the fence needs to be adjusted. Most of the time sliding miters come set up but sometimes you have to adjust them when you first get them. Hopefully it's adjustable.
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Damn. assuming this is considerably better than the harbor freight 12" that drops to like 170ish on sale? might be pulling out the credit card today.
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OP, you might want to add single bevel compound in the title. TU
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is this better than a Hitachi? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000NKB3LW
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is this better than a Hitachi? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000NKB3LW
The Hitachi you linked is 10" non sliding vs OPs 12" sliding. I personally own and like multiple tools from both brands (maybe it's cause green) but this case is two different categories of saws.
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No reviews from HD?
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Is 12" the cut length before sliding? How long can you cut including the slide?
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Damn. assuming this is considerably better than the harbor freight 12" that drops to like 170ish on sale? might be pulling out the credit card today.
Assuming you are talking about the Admiral 12in miter from HF, that one has better specs IE dual bevel va single, comes with 60t blade vs 24t. I wouldnt say its considerably better.
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Assuming you are talking about the Admiral 12in miter from HF, that one has better specs IE dual bevel va single, comes with 60t blade vs 24t. I wouldnt say its considerably better.
maybe im confused as to what a dual bevel is then. it says single bevel in specs, but it shows this image.

https://images.homedepot-static.c...4_1000.jpg

and in all the images it shows an adjustment for tilting the blade.

edit: oohhh, maybe i see now. single means it tilts in one direction, double means it tilts in both directions, like the first 2 pics on this page

https://perfectcutsandmiters.com/...miter-saw/

if so, id rather single bevel and more reliable(assuming the ryobi is more reliable), as its not something we plan on using overly often.

tooth count im also not really worried about.

thanks though!!!
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