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Old July 7th, 2009, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default Purchasing a Chop Saw. Any Suggestions?

Hey all.
Well i burned up the old 14" chop saw in the shop the other day. I have no idea how old the dang that was but i know it has been there for a long time lol. So Right now I am looking into a Milwaukee Chop saw. They make 2 different ones. One has a little bigger motor for $50 more.
The only other thing i was wondering about was a bladed chop saw if it was worth it or not. Milwaukee also has a cold cut saw but it is like $150 more and then blades are around $130 too. Are they really worth that much extra? I have a band saw but that is what we use for bigger cuts.

Let me know what is out there.
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Old July 7th, 2009, 09:39 PM   #2
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Dont bother with the bladed chop saw, they dont seem to hold up.

This is from what I have read, not my own experience.

I have a milwaukee, not sure which one, but it works great. I dont use it everyday but I bet there is not much better out there.
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