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Posted on Switch to a unisaw junior

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#1 posted 01-25-2018 04:02 AM

Unisaw Jr. was a relatively rare machine only produced for a limited time (1948 to 1951?), so there isn’t a lot of parts available should you need them. It’s also only an 8” saw… if that matters to you. If your existing saw is in good condition, I’d keep looking. A Unisaw Jr. is nothing like a Unisaw and is more like a contractor saw similar to what you already have.


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