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Old 04-05-2011, 12:10 AM
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This is the saw for anyone thats wondering http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...ct_48565_48565

Take a look at that base. Glorified cake pan i tell you.

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Originally Posted by NEW INTERIORS
Well no one is saying you don't know how to cut tubing... Just letting you know the ones I have seen in action, work better then any abrasive chop saw I have ever used... Did you try a new blade.. And if so what kind ???

Did the saw just start doing this, Are did it always do it ???
Replacement blades (if we do assume thats the problem) are $100, for the Northern Industrial brand, 180+ for the Dewalt brand and $145 for the Milwaukee brand. Paying $100+ to fix a brand new $500 saw is beyond stupid.

This saw is BRAND NEW. My buddy picked it up at the winter tool fair and just today it got tested for the first time. And no stores around here stock this thing either, so we cant even drop it back in the box and take it to Sears and say "i lost the receipt"
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