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Old 06-05-2009, 07:33 PM   #21
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looks like they already did it with one person in under 1 hour
looks like another ho learned the hard way
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:01 PM   #22
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the TS 75 would do the job. But might fall short on the backsplash portion. It may not go deep enough.

It will miss it by about 3/4 of inch. I used a jig saw and a Rotex or RAS to tune up the rest. I bet I have done 5 or 6 like that in rental houses. There is only so much splash to scribe.
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... I don't care if you use TS-75, C500 or Space Saw 2000 its not happening

Yea, but they have a sawzall...and we all know how precise they are


When I break out my sawzall at home, the Mrs. knows something pissed me off and it's "going down" ~ like that stoopid metal shed that was in the yard.
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Yea, but they have a sawzall...and we all know how precise they are


When I break out my sawzall at home, the Mrs. knows something pissed me off and it's "going down" ~ like that stoopid metal shed that was in the yard.
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I don't see the problem- doesn't Lowes give you a tube of Seamfil when you buy countertops?
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I don't see the problem- doesn't Lowes give you a tube of Seamfil when you buy countertops?
Not the quart sized tube.
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Old 06-06-2009, 07:23 AM   #28
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but but HGTV said I didn't need to hire a professional but but we already bought the counter top!!! Why is it costing us double to do this little "level 2" job???


tree-fiddy sounds bout right
'cus you beez a practicin'
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