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I hate to derail my own post lol, but I haven't ripped a sheet of anything since the day I bought my track saw. Just use the small table saw for narrow rips like wood flooring
 

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I hate to derail my own post lol, but I haven't ripped a sheet of anything since the day I bought my track saw. Just use the small table saw for narrow rips like wood flooring
That's why I picked up that mini Dewalt. I plan on picking up a tracksaw in the next few months, so as long as the saw can rip 1x12s, that's all I need.
 

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Thank you for posting Artisan! I just went to HD and bought one for $229. I didn't really "need" a new one.....but such a great price break.

Saw this as well....if there are any dewalt cordless fans in the market
 

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your exactly right about them making room for the new model..

on another crazy deal.. i was in walmart and they had the stanley fatmax 16` and 25` bundle marked down to $10 from $30.. bought 2 of em
 

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I see the previous (original?) price was $369...is that why this is considered to be such a good deal?

Just curious because Amazon has it for $299. Not sure if that's a reduced price as well or if that's they're normal price.
 

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I had to grab one myself. I had a $100 gift card burning a hole in my pocket, so for chipping in only $129, I'm pretty stoked. My 20 year old Makita is still kicking, but has definitely seen better days. I also have a 10" Ridgid portable that I caught for just over $100 that is dedicated to the HOH. This DW will be used for interior trim only.
 

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I had to grab one myself. I had a $100 gift card burning a hole in my pocket, so for chipping in only $129, I'm pretty stoked. My 20 year old Makita is still kicking, but has definitely seen better days. I also have a 10" Ridgid portable that I caught for just over $100 that is dedicated to the HOH. This DW will be used for interior trim only.
The HOH is on going?? You holding out on us?:rolleyes:
 

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The HOH is on going?? You holding out on us?:rolleyes:
I'm only there a couple days a month. The painter is there several days a week. Many of the cabinets are built and installed and so are the stone tops. The kitchen is still being built. Tile work is complete, but no carpet or wood floors are installed. The cherry staircase is almost complete and ready for finishing.
 

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loneframer said:
I had to grab one myself. I had a $100 gift card burning a hole in my pocket, so for chipping in only $129, I'm pretty stoked. My 20 year old Makita is still kicking, but has definitely seen better days. I also have a 10" Ridgid portable that I caught for just over $100 that is dedicated to the HOH. This DW will be used for interior trim only.
Stick a Forrest blade stabilizer on it and it will cut phenomenal for a portable. I was amazed myself.
 

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I saw those one sale at HD the other day, and as tempting as the price was, I figured a track saw is more portable...
 
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