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Re: Laying laminate floor? [Re: Bass Bug] #12504912
11/16/17 02:00 AM
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Originally Posted By: Bass Bug
thought Id throw in my .02 cents on this saw. I liked it, worked well, made all the rip cuts & cross cuts I needed, I guess its a lot like a tile cutter, but for wood, etc. I paid 145 on Amazon and bought a couple extra blades, after approx 1500 sq ft the blade still cuts fine. 4 1/2" blade, also you can hook a vacumm to it & that cuts down on dust by 75% or more



I want this

Re: Laying laminate floor? [Re: TexDawg] #12504954
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Originally Posted By: TexDawg
Originally Posted By: Bass Bug
thought Id throw in my .02 cents on this saw. I liked it, worked well, made all the rip cuts & cross cuts I needed, I guess its a lot like a tile cutter, but for wood, etc. I paid 145 on Amazon and bought a couple extra blades, after approx 1500 sq ft the blade still cuts fine. 4 1/2" blade, also you can hook a vacumm to it & that cuts down on dust by 75% or more



I want this



Most Lowes home improvement stores carry them.

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