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Old 12-22-2012, 03:13 PM
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i plan on adding a second saw for jobs like this with tons of cutting. looking into one of the newer lighter saws.
already have a 20 year old Target version of this bad boy
http://www.husqvarna.com/us/construc...rtasaw-ms-355/
and a stihl ts400 for the quick and dirty.

interested in feedback on one of these... it has to be good, its called the brickie
http://www.husqvarna.com/us/construc...ckie-ts-355-b/
its light and sells for around $900/1000 around here.
downside I see is its dry, does this kill blades? i sometimes cut dry on my wet saw but I try not to. I cut dry probably 50 on the ts400

The other option would be a gas portasaw since I do pop a good amount of breakers but I have heard tales of blade vibration

i know, BUY AN EDCO but they are $3k. look like a beautiful machine :checks craigslist:
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