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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-03-2014, 09:36 PM Thread Starter
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Just picked up what I think is a great deal. A Grizzly G1022Z in great shape. Paid 260 for it with a mobile base, cast iron extension, a 60 tooth freud blade, a dado set and a dust shroud. What makes the deal really cool is the new, still in the box(es) Shop Fox W2006, with the 7' rails. Now all I have to do is find room for it. And maybe call in sick tomorrow.
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I'm not familiar with the saw but it still sounds like a sweet deal. The extras are worth most of that.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Hi Will. I have an older model G1022 that I have completely gone through. They including new mid green Hammerite paint (which is the right color), new Shop Fox fence, 7 foot rails, dust collection scoop, and Wixey digital readout (which I dearly love). I paid $450 for this saw in the mid 80's. There are a couple of things to watch for. Just PM me and I may be able to save you some trouble.

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Dick - note the post count; can't use the pm system. My email is [email protected]. Any tips would be appreciated. I put it back together this evening, and made the first cuts. Seems to be a good, tight saw. Haven't put the shop fox on yet because I don't think I have enough room for the 7' rails. I'll probably order a set of standard rails for now, and store the 7'-ers until I move and get more room for my shop. I zeroed in the grizzly fence and it's nuts on. This is quite a step up from my 30 yr old Makita 8" portable. But I made some nice stuff on it, and learned to be pretty creative. Thanks for any help.

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