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Old 10-11-2011, 06:17 AM   #16
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yah, i do that with the blade guards... shouldnt say that out loud though...

Kirk--what is a blade guard?------------------------------------------

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what is a blade guard?------------------------------------------
Thatís when you lower the blade at the end of the day to protect it from everything else that gets thrown in the back of the truck.
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umm thats the grey round thing with a built in handle which is on the side of the bosch table saw. it holds your spare blades, wrench and allen keys.. plus a carpenter pencil and regular pencil...

when im done with the saw for the day i lower the blade below the surface of the table and then slide the fence directly over it so anyone tinkering with the saw cant raise the blade
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Love the Bosch ! It's the " Mercedes" of saws. Love never having to carry the saw, just roll it around and loads easily into my van. Not one complaint. Took me about half a Sunday to assemble and set up.
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