Ya know it's a great siding saw but what a bear to lift. :furious: 6 to 8 panels at a time and square clean cuts, no kick back.
This was the first job I used it on. I justified keeping dads old radial arm saw to my wife saying I need it for siding jobs. She called me on it this time and I set it up and used it. Other than the weight I like it better than a store bought siding saw and table.
I should mention a little surprise when I went through dad's old sears and roebuck radial saw, look what I found that I've had in the chest stand for untold years, I think from the war.
The three tab shingles suck dumpster juice. I agree it ruins the look but HO said it doesn't leak so they stayed.
1940's milk barn, you are correct sir. :clap:
I'll bring my camera today and take a pic of the LVL beam the engineer made me hang in the middle, what a monster.
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