They're only showing one contractor's saw -- and it's the $645 one! By
time I convinced myself that there was no real price-equivalent
for their bottom-of-the-line model (1022S, I think it was), they drop
it, and now they've dropped the next one up, too. Am I missing
something, or have they let go of a niche that they held pretty well?
And is there anything out there worth considering in the US$300-400
price range other than the oft-maligned HF/Central Machinery saw?
P.S. My apologies if this message posted twice; I don't think my ISP
put it through, so I posted it with Google.
Don't want to spoil your dreams but most will tell you the single
biggest change w/largest difference they made to their saw was the
fence. Look at them also. Some here can tell you which ones are good;
I like Bies and Unifence.
Thanks for the input, but I'm not sure I understand.... Are you
talking about Ryobi, Grizzly, JET, or Harbor Freight? And did they
improve or degrade the fence? From what model to what model?
In any event, I've got a Shop Fox "original" fence that I'll be using.
I like it, and probably won't even unbox the JETfence.
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