Lee you are so right!
I have a SUV and my wife was crunched next to the door with the boxes
resting on the dash and myself also being squeezed in. I must say the 300
mile drive was a bit uncomfortable.
I had a pickup load the was far heavier than the suspension was designed
for. I could literally lift up the front end of the truck. If I hit a bump,
the front end lifted off the ground. I took it slow and easy around
I'll say! It is the ultimate candy store. Beyond the looking, they had
good folks on the floor when we were there. The fellow that 'adoped' us was
a retired oil company executive who was also a pretty avid woodworker. He
worked part-time in their training/demo room and built displays on the side.
He demonstrated a 1023S that had been in the backshop for a couple of years
before he even showed us the new equipment. Really nice to talk with
competent, experienced sales people who know the craft. You don't even get
that lucky in a tool store or Woodcraft these days.
On Wed, 08 Feb 2006 13:48:45 GMT, "Evon Barvinchack"
I have a G1023Z. If I had to buy another table saw tomorrow I would
get another Grizzly. Buying was simple--I ordered it over the Intenet
and chose to have it delivered to an OverNite truck center near my
home. Five days later I got a call from the truck center that it was
there for pickup.
Assembly was simple. I have been using it 3 or 4 days a week for
about a year now with no problems whatsoever. Like another user said,
I made my own zero-clearance throat plate. That in combo with Forrest
WWII blades and I get cuts that usually can be glued without further
work. (I own other blades, but I keep coming back to WWII.)
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