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Old 10-25-2010, 08:10 PM   #16
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ok. i see enough votes on here to go electric, so that is what i will go with.

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Just for the record, I own at least one (in some cases 4 or 5) of everything mentioned in this thread so far, and I'd recommend the 14" electri cut-off saw.......................
is this your profession? or are you just a tool nut (like me ). I've bought tools only to use it once or twice and then never touch it again, but I like having them . As much as I would like to add a cutoff saw to the collection, its a lot of money...

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Old 10-26-2010, 05:26 AM   #17
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i'll see jomama's list of saws & raise him we've also got milwaukee bevel-drive saws w/roller carts & dust muzzles,,, also 2 14" bosch electrics - both w/dust muzzles & water,,, just be sure to use GFCI plugins w/ANY elec tool,,, we'd like to hear from you again

forget the chain saw - that's definitely a pro tool,,, many conc coring/sawing companies don't even own 1.

our source for the dusties is joe due, dustmuzzle, & dustless technologies,,, all have good stuff

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