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#1 posted 01-25-2007 07:19 PM

My Opinion.

Buying a new saw has the advantage of “If anything goes wrong, you can get it replaced or fixed under warranty”.
MOst tools don;t have a season as far as I know, so if you have the “better half’s” permission, I’d buy new and I’d buy now. Between now and the fall, think of how many projects you could do. You could really learn a lot in 6-8 months.

Never put off til tomorrow what you can start on today.

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