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#1 posted 08-07-2018 05:08 PM

Let me share my life experience. All my life, I have always bought less than the best in order to save a few cents. Now in my waning years, I realize how much of a mistake that is. If I had it to do all over, I would go for the best right off the bat. I tried to save a few bucks by buying a lawn tractor. After a few years it broke and I had to buy 2 more. If I had sprung for a zero turn mower way back, I would now be ahead of the game instead of a credit card charge I’m still paying on. I realize affordability is an issue. When you are young, you’re impatient for that new toy, so settle for less than what you want. As one gets older, you develop more patience and will wait until the resources become available. I guess that’s why you see an old guy driving around in a Mercedes or Porsche and the young guys driving a Chevy or Ford.

In response to your original question, save up and buy the saw of your dreams.

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