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#1 posted 01-12-2013 01:06 PM

The 3650 was indeed made by TTI/Ryobi for Ridgid, which is owned by Emerson. The 3612 was the last of the US made Emerson contractor saws. Pretty much the same design through out….and all have plenty of parts that are interchangeable. Craftex still offers a version of the 3650 in Canada. AFAIK TTI still makes the R4510 and R4516 portable jobsite saws for Ridgid, and the nearly identical Cman 21828.

For those interested, the former Ridgid R4511 was made by (or in conjunction with) Steel City/Orion….same guts as the current Sears 22116. The current R4511 and 21833 are allegedly made by (or in conjunction with) Dayton….some confusion comes up because Sears uses Colovos as an importer for that model.

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