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  1. Just so I don't screw it up you're thinking these two (that follow) are good starters if I just save up a little longer? http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-13-Amp-10-in-Professional-Cast-Iron-Table-Saw-R4512/202500206 https://www.grizzly.com/products/10-Hybrid-Table-Saw/G0771?utm_campaign=zPage Thanks
  2. I'm just getting started looking to see whats out there and this popped up, I kind of figured after about 5 min of CL that these weren't that great of deals, personally I think the Depot bought them and are using the name like HF uses Chicago Electric or Lowes with Kobalt. Sorry to fill up the board with this junk but thank you for the info, much appreciated.
  3. Is this just the Depot's version of Chicago Electric (IE Harbor Freight) or is any of this WEN stuff worth a second look at these prices, sorry you guys are the experts here and I'm not sure who else to ounce this off of? Thanks http://www.homedepot.com/SpecialBuy/
  4. Okay so here are a few (maybe prices are just high near me?) Delta 36-600 looks well cared for and decent fence http://cleveland.craigslist.org/tls/5755476829.html I'd offer $150, 40 min drive (NOTE I do not currently have a 220 in my garage) Powermatic (can't tell how whole saw looks) http://cleveland.craigslist.org/tls/5741126691.html Offer 400? 30 min. drive Another Delta 36-600 in good shape with roller base, basic fence http://cleveland.craigslist.org/tls/5716958228.html Offer 220? Hour drive Craftsman 3 HP Exact I Rip with Decent fence? http://youngstown.craigslist.
  5. Needless to say Im still lookin ha
  6. http://cleveland.craigslist.org/tls/5743620985.html Decent deal for 200? Assuming fence probably needs replaced?
  7. Thanks Brendon_t yea I'm hoping to start with building a pretty basic farmhouse table (sorry if that's pretty cliche) for my home and expanding from there. So I'm thinking I need to look for something with a decent cast iron table even if the fence sucks because that can be upgraded if need be with something like a Biesemeyer fence like they had said earlier.
  8. Hi guys i'm sorry to piggyback on this topic if that is a no no however I am similarly trying to get into woodworking and am trying to start with a CL buy in the Cleveland Ohio area. Few questions for you guys is direct drive a bad idea?... belt drive better (at least considering long term use and possibilities?) Are there any brands to avoid? How hard is it to clean up a rusty top? I've found mostly older Craftsman saws around here in the mid 200 range and don't mind a stationary saw but I see there is a wide variety of Craftsman saws? Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, so