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Posted on 13" Planers: Dewalt, Ridgid, or Steel City

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#1 posted 707 days ago

I havr been using the 735 for as long as it has been around and will keep using it. I got it for $500 at Lowes and have not looked back. I get beautiful finish-ready work out of it with no trouble yet. It does what I want which is to make big boards smaller and smoother. Snipe hasn’t been a problem nor has been blade wear.

I purchased it at Lowes for $500 on sale at the urging of my wife who turned out to be right on a lot of purchases. No problems with the 735, consistent results, and good blade wear. I just purchased 2 replacement sets for $55/2-pair with about $6 shipping. Higher now http://www.tools-plus.com/dewalt-dw7352-2.html?utm_medium=shopeng&utm_source=nextag&utm_term=D-ADW7352-2 but worth it/ Under protest, I flipped my first set to the virgin side, ans can’t tell a lpt of differemce between. Don’t seem to have problems with DeWalt blades. SOrry. I have run mine over a thousand board feet at least and have just flipped the first set of blades. I get good service.

If interested in the 735, get it here on sale. Shipping is cheap, or free http://www.reconditionedtools.com/factory-reconditioned-dewalt-dw735r-13-in-two-speed-thickness-planer/dewrdw735r,default,pd.html?start=1&cgid=dewalt-planers Price is hard to beat and you get a new warranty.

Steve

-- Steve in KY. 44 years so far with my lovely bride. Think I'll keep her.


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