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    Default Re: Cutting 4 by 4s

    Me, too.
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    Default Re: Cutting 4 by 4s

    Geez .... that puts my little 8 in compound to shame

    BTW ... nice bench .

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    Default Re: Cutting 4 by 4s

    Yeah, that's a DeWalt 708. About 8 YO ? At least I got a good one and not one of those flimsy things they make now.

    The table is kinda heavy, but that's okay. One guy handle it alone......although it is a grunt. It's also very rigid, so I can flop it down on a pair of sawhorses and away we go. No adjustments to make even if the horses aren't setting just so or start sinking in the mud, etc. And it's rugged.

    With the extensions retracted, it's 95 1/2" long. Slide it in the truck and close the topper door. Saw comes off first of course, but that's only four 3/16" machine screws down into some T-nuts.

    One of these days I'll fit it up with some wheels, but will probably wait until I blow my back out again....of course. Duh.

    Just got a call, so gotta go jet a house drain. Grrrrrrr.

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    Hi I Live In A House Made Of Cender Blocks. I Have A Mold Problem Around The Bottom Parts Of The Walls What Can I Do To Prevent This

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