A Google search shows this model is made by Ryobi. Not knowing the cost,
condition, or your needs and skills, I can't say if it is worth buying.
Ryobi saws are on the smaller side so I'd pass on it. YMMV
I went to the site and found nothing for this model.
However, I did buy the saw and did everything everyone suggested EXCEPT cut
something - I forgot. The saw was running and the blade looked true. I got
up underneath it and all looked true, too.
I did not remove the belt as it was 9900 degrees with bright sunshine.
The guy said that he cut two sheets of plywood with it and by looking at the
plastic coating on the table and just a tiny bit of sawdust, I believe it.
It also has wing extensions (cast iron) another type of fence, a spare
carbide blade, the manual and a rolling, locking base.
The bad: I put it on my trailer with brand-new boards and it went into
resonance between 30 and 45 mph and shook the stand to where it cracked in
two places but I have already welded it and it also cracked the aluminum
motor adjusting bracket and I welded it, too but I will get a new one.
I am very happy with what I got.
Thanks again, everyone, for their help.
I may have given you a bum steer there. Sorry. Someone else mentioned
that it was the Ryobi saw I have, and I didn't verify. From your
description, it sounds like it is not the same saw--no CI wings on the
3000/3100 or sears branded version, and you would not have been
tempted to remove the belt--it is a short and wide toothed belt on the
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