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#1 posted 02-19-2013 05:33 PM

I’ll agree with the above comments that the price (even if was all together) was a bit steep.
Grizzly will serve you well for many, many years. Just an FYI—I used an old Delta (1947 model) for years after my dad passed, and found it quite acceptable. Best advice I ever got was to use top-notch blade, so I opted for Forrest and never, ever regretted it. Kept the table clean and smooth and made many jigs/accessories over the years. Finally updated to the “wife-approved” SawStop and still found that, as good as it is—and it really is—the blade makes a big difference! I’m confident this would also apply to your Griz model.


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