Ever seen a Kentucky Table Saw? This just made me chuckle

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What’s up with this saw? The fence won’t budge, can’t get a clean cut and it keeps leaving burn marks! Gotta love those Kentucky table saws!

I was born in Kentucky so I’m allowed to make fun!

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#1 posted 357 days ago

Yea and you should see the Stove they have in the kitchen , it slices the ribs as it cooks them very rare.

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#2 posted 357 days ago

110v or 220v?

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#3 posted 357 days ago

Apparently natural gas, who knew….

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#4 posted 357 days ago

I hate it when you get there and it turns out it is actually one of the little “toaster” models and not a full on cab saw like that one.

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#5 posted 357 days ago

I don’t see the problem. Door pulls down and the saw slides out. Great idea!

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#6 posted 357 days ago

The handwheels look kinda small and flimsy, I don’t think they will hold up. Plus it has a stamped steel table instead of cast iron. Way too many cost cutting moves on that one.

On the plus side, however, it is the first saw I’ve seen with a clock built into the fence.

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#7 posted 357 days ago

I guess that we in Mississippi are off the hook.
See my post about C’listers have gone nuts.


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#8 posted 357 days ago

I hear those have a tendency to burn the wood pretty easily.

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#9 posted 357 days ago

It’s a dual purpose machine…..
Kiln for drying lumber before you slice it up!!!

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