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#1 posted 08-18-2016 11:57 PM

A new will start north of $500, and may or may not be as accurate as the old one, depending on the specifics of what it is.

I’d buy a decent used full size belt drive contractor or hybrid saw with an induction motor and a good fence. Ridgid, Craftsman, Delta, Jet, PM, Grizzly, Bridgewood, Steel City, etc. Or fix the old one. It’d be good to know what model you have….a used donor saw might be a good source for cheap parts.

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