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devann

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#1 posted 1271 days ago

At A tool supply atore, after cosidering 4 planers in the $450-$550 price range I noticed one of the manufactures bragging about not having any plastic parts. So I weighed them, found out the heaviest one had the biggest motor. That’s the one I bought. They all had the same cutting capacity. It’s an old two knife DeWalt that’s gotta be 6+ years old and still works fine. What ever you get put it on wheels so you can roll it outside.

-- Darrell, making more sawdust than I know what to do with


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