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Thanks for this tip, I am struggling with how to cut the bricks, did you purchase this? Have you used it yet? Is it worth the cost? Any other tips?
I bought one, as have a large number of other builders here. For the price, it is a great tool. Plenty rugged and works as well as more expensive brand name saw. Much neater than a dry saw and cheaper than renting. If one can find a deal on, or borrow a 14" saw it's probably better, but you can do everything you need to with this saw.
Easy to sell on Craigslist or to another builder when you're done with your oven
According to the product page ( 10" Tile & Brick Saw - 2.5 HP ), it has a fixed 45 degree miter fixture. I'm almost to the point of needing a saw to cut bricks - how would I use this saw to get the proper angled cuts I need? Am I missing something?
A new set of Harbor Freight coupons came in the Sunday paper today. I'm not sure if the deal is limited to the Seattle area, but it included a coupon for 20% off one item and it didn't seem to indicate that it was for regular price items only. Since the HF website says the price is currently $249.99, this coupon would bring it down to $199.99. I'm glad I was delayed in picking up the saw.
Haha, no. I've been down in the caves a few times, but my moniker is an old identity tied to my awesome "man cave". Unfortunately, too much pizza has lessened my ability to squeeze through many small spaces.
I picked up one of these saws today and got an even better deal. The person in front of me had a 20% off coupon and did not need it. They also had the saw on sale for $249.99 so I got it for 199.99 I am thinking that was a pretty good deal. They did not have any blades though, so I still need to get one. I am currently helping a friend with a paver sidewalk does anyone have a recomendation for a good blade? Thanks for the help.