Should I replace Craftsman 22114 with GI 50-200R?

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Forum topic by CVN72 posted 06-28-2018 03:23 PM 955 views 0 times favorited 0 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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06-28-2018 03:23 PM

Hi all. It seems I’ve been on a table saw binge lately and keep wanting to upgrade my table saw. I currently have a Delta 34-444 contractor saw that I’m using until I build a table for the Craftsman 22114 saw I bought recently. I wanted the dust collection of a cabinet style saw as I work in my garage and there is sawdust everywhere from my projects. I have boxed in the 34-444 but there is still a fair amount of sawdust that is not collected.

I’m always perusing CL for deals on table saws and I have come across a GI 50-200R M1 for what I think is a good price. It looks to be in very good condition and comes with the following:
- Shop-made folding outfeed table
- Shark guard
- ProMax cast iron inline router table
- Mobile base
- Triton router

Should I just keep the Cman 22114 or go with the GI? The few reviews of the GI are from a while back, so I’m hoping more people have used this saw since then and have opinions they’d like to share on it.

Thanks for the help.

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