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Old 08-28-2011, 05:35 PM   #16
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Trim Tramp : Good or Bad?


I have be doing all phases of carpentery work for over 40 years and i have used my trimtramp many times especially when i do exterior siding and trim.i have several sliders but for the long cuts on the siding i find its much easer and faster with the trimtramp.i do have an extra one if anyone would like to buy it.."aaa"",maverick34

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I have used one for over twenty years and am well pleased with it , it will cut boards up to 16" wide
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