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Posted on Craftsman Professional 10 in. Contractor Saw (Sears#21833) Question

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#1 posted 01-01-2012 04:15 AM

I have been using the 21833 for two years, and any problems have been my fault, not the saws. $250 delivered is a steal for this type saw, as long as it includes the 30 day return and 1 year warranty just in case a problem crops up. As mentioned above, the Ridgid version is a better deal if it is at the same or nearly same price, since it has the lifetime service agreement. $250 isn’t much more than some aluminum top jobsite type saws with universal motors, so that is a lot of saw for the money.

Although their have been complaints of alignment problems, there are solutions if you are willing to spend the time checking on line. I have made comments on several topics here on LJ’s about this saw over the past couple years, so just click on my homepage link and check some of the 21833 and R4512 topics I have commented on.

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