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Posted on What's the best portable 10" Tablesaw

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#1 posted 05-30-2012 01:44 PM

I used a Ridgid 4510 portable table saw for my main saw for a little over a year before stepping up to an older UniSaw. It is a great little saw with a great collapsible base. What really surprised me was how good the dust collection was on this little saw when only using a shop vac. You can’t beat the LSA (Life time Service Agreement) on the saw either. As far as hauling it in the back of a SUV I guess it would depend on the SUV but I did haul mine in the back of my wife’s Pilot a couple of times but normally I just put it in the bed of my Ridgeline.

Why did I upgrade to a UniSaw if it was so great you may ask. Well lets be honest none of these portable saws are perfect no matter who makes them. They are all small, which is need for portability. They all have small motors, again so you can move the thing around or haul it around when needed. But they are great for what they are meant to do. But the big reason for me switching was that I no longer needed to haul a saw around and much prefer working on a large heavy saw just because I feel safer using it. But if I needed a job site saw again I would buy another Ridgid.

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