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Yep, what Toolie/Loren said…offer $100, go up to $120 if need be. That saw looks in super shape for it's age.

Work with the fence best you can and save pennies until you can score a Delta T2 or a Craftsman/Ridgid fence on CL or E-bay.

Get a SPLITTER of some sort!!! MJ, one from EBay, etc…

That saw can do a ton of stuff once you get to "know" it.

I dont have a belt cover on mine and it's never been an issue for almost 20 yrs.
 

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Tom be careful. The second C-man saw could be "direct drive" I had one of those and you don't want one. Weak, weak, weak…no torque. Or even WORSE a FLEX DRIVE saw!!!

The first C-man saw is good because it is a true contractor saw with a belt driven motor. With just a pic of the top of the second C-man saw, you really can't tell…..also both saws are way older than 10 yrs old.
 
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