Oh, so not the 7¼" model, 185mm modelI went with the Australian market saw
Do you open the body for that? Or just drive a punch until she pops? I just superglued my Makita, not sure how permanent that is.First thing I did was remove the switch for a switch.
That thing will jar your entire body, especially in rocky soilDoes this count. It was free. Not sure if it runs, but the engine is free, the chain moves and it has been in a garage for 20 years. And all the gas was drained.
Good chance it is fine.
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Opened the body and removed it. Comes right out without issue. Very easy.Oh, so not the 7¼" model, 185mm model
Do you open the body for that? Or just drive a punch until she pops? I just superglued my Makita, not sure how permanent that is.
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It's been a while since I used one of those, but from memory even the straight cuts in smaller wood are better with that than a slider. Easier to hold "zero" with it too. Seems like every time I move my Makita slider I have to spend 10 minutes on the thing with a speed square.I don't even have a real use for it right now, but I couldn't pass that deal up
I might have a few decks on the horizon, maybe this will be my post cutter