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#1 posted 07-26-2012 11:10 AM

I’ve seen them go for less, but I think $325 is still reasonable if it’s in good shape…$400 is too much, and goes along way towards a new R4512 or similar. The idea is to get the best saw you can for your money, and I’d think the TS3650 would be a likely candidate at the current asking price. You could always offer $275 to $300, but I’d hesitate to let a good saw slip through the cracks over $25. $250 TS3650 deals are great, but not always available….the old “bird in hand” adage comes to mind.

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