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#1 posted 02-14-2010 05:00 AM

I was going to go through all the bother of trying to make my old Craftsman CS usable. Then Ridgid slashed the price of the R4511.

No regrets. And what a world of difference.

I had a T2, PALs and the link belt on the old Craftsman. But the lack of DC and a splitter/riving knife were simply insurmountable obstacles.

If cost is not a major facotr, get a decent TS. The accuracy, repeatability and ease of setup (the ol’ craftsman required two hands to raise/lower the blade) will take about thirty seconds to appreciate.

-- Some say the glass is half full, others say it's half empty. I say the glass is too big. George Carlin


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