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Posted on 2017 Rip Saw choice

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#1 posted 04-30-2017 05:49 PM

272630425987 on the bay. This is the kind of thing that might be worth it IMO if you are not interested in sharpening yourself. I have no idea on the seller, but the feedback indicates he sells good sharp saws. If you make a $75 ish offer… Again, I am more inclined to go cheap and refurb, and you never know with the bay, but it seems like a good saw. Might be worth just contacting him or look around and some others. If you look carefully for pitting, and straight plates and uncracked handles, I have had very good luck with several sellers.

Just to be clear, you can get a way better deal if you have a decent eye when looking at pics and learn to sharpen yourself. Sharpening is not rocket science especially for rip teeth.


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