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Old 02-10-2011, 08:13 AM
shovelracer shovelracer is offline
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When it comes to saws husky gets my money.
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Old 02-12-2011, 11:10 PM
LVHardscape LVHardscape is offline
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I use the Hilti saws. not only do the specialize in masonry tools, but we have a local rep who lets us test stuff out before we buy. The prices for a 14" saw are similar to all the other companies, plus for 1100 total I got a 14" hilti saw, 3 hilti blades, 6 pre filters (oiled), 3 main filters, 3 spark plugs, and 6 recoils!!! It's the Hilti contractor pack, good value!!

I also had a segment come off of a hilti blade, brand new blade and it blew a segment in the first cut. Called up the rep, he was at my jobsite in 30 minutes, got me new blades, sent the old one in for analysis and was genuinely concerned about the safety of my guys. It was soooo great to have situations taken care of right away! Thats service you don't get from any other company. plus if you ever need blades the rep's will run them out to your job! Diamondblade warehouse can't touch that!
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Old 02-14-2011, 12:20 AM
SDLandscapes VT SDLandscapes VT is offline
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I rent my saws for a number of reasons, but the rental place here just added Efco saws and I have enjoyed using them. Easy to start and well balanced.
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