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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-24-2009, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Well it came yesterday, I bought a Grizzly hybrid cabinet saw 2hp/110/220 it was on sale. that's my excuse..
Its a lot bigger & heaver than my old saw round 350 to 400lbs
I can live with the green it kinda grows on ya.
Got it set up and all check out the alignment blade to miter slots and it was dead on, the fence had to adjust just a titch,
I oped for the 7' rails I know it doesn't leave much room in the garage
fired it up and it is very smooth with no vibration did some test cuts and I think I will be happy with this saw for quite a while,
Oh in the background on the bench, its a mission style book case in the making
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That saw looks like it will make a fine addition to your shop. Please post some pics of the bookcase when your done.
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well im green with envy Congrads (mumble things under breath) just kidding
looks real nice!!
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I'd get some rust and pitting on that top, it's way to shiney

Just kidding, that looks like one fine saw. What are you going to use to build your extension table?

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If you ever get tired of the green let me know I"ll take it off your hands!! That is a fine looking saw I am sure it will serve you well and ditto on the green with envy thing.

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Rick that's a beauty and congratulations

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Congrats really nice addition to your shop. I'm as green as your new table saw have fun and be safe.

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Congrats Rick on your new table saw.




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Looks like a really nice saw.



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Verrry nice! Treat her right and she will last many years.

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