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#1 posted 08-28-2016 11:50 PM

Thanks to all for the great advice. I ended up with the DeWalt corded tool. It has the quick change blades, soft start, variable speed and I didn’t need to invest in yet another battery system. I also saw some reviews that said the battery systems may not have the power of the corded tools. Time will tell if I end up regretting the decision to bypass the batteries.

It’s been a busy few days and I only had a brief time to try it on the vinyl siding trim on my garage. I have a third door opening out on the side in the back of the garage. A tractor is stored there. I started in the less visible area and was surprised that it tool a little time to cut the vinyl. There seems to be some sort of metal backing on it, but didn’t have time to really examine it closely.

I hope to get back to that job this week, but it may not be until next week.


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