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Old 01-13-2010, 01:55 PM   #1
 
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First let me say I am not a contractor, and I DID post the question on the sister DIY site but did not get a response. I am a homeowner plus i own some rental proprieties. So the saw is only for light use.....

I am looking at a used ( but in good shape) bosch 4000 work site table saw with gravity rise.
Anyone have any experience with these saws? its about 3 yrs old and asking $400. I,ve seen the newer model at Lowes for $600.
Any feed back?

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Old 01-13-2010, 02:24 PM   #2
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First let me say I am not a contractor, and I DID post the question on the sister DIY site but did not get a response. I am a homeowner plus i own some rental proprieties. So the saw is only for light use.....

I am looking at a used ( but in good shape) bosch 4000 work site table saw with gravity rise.
Anyone have any experience with these saws? its about 3 yrs old and asking $400. I,ve seen the newer model at Lowes for $600.
Any feed back?

Thanks
To much money! When it breaks and you go and buy new it will have cost you 1000 bucks. I say piss on used and buy new.

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I would buy new at that price.
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