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Forum topic by Lezh posted 02-18-2019 11:06 PM 390 views 0 times favorited 5 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Lezh

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02-18-2019 11:06 PM

Any one has an experience of using grizzly cabinet saw(table saw). someone recommend the Grizzly table saw G1023 RL.


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Woodbum

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#1 posted 02-18-2019 11:48 PM

I have had my 1023 Grizzly for 10 years and it has performed flawlessly. I changed the belts the first time last winter when I took the top off to clean the mechanisms inside and lube everything. I do this (except the belts) annually. I use Forrest Woodworker II blades (40 tooth full kerf) on a daily basis and use a Freud Glue Line rip for dedicated rip jobs. I have an Incra TSIII fence mounted on it that I think is just about the most precise and accurate fence available today. It is a great saw, with plenty of power. I have other Grizzly tools also, and am very pleased with their customer service. It has been a great investment for me, and I think that you will be pleased, should you decide to purchase one. It is the best price/value cabinet saw on the market IMHO. Hope this helps. Work Safely, Have Fun and Good Luck!

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#2 posted 02-19-2019 12:13 AM

I have had the 1023RLWX for about a year now and have no complaints. Trying to get a saw with the same specs in a Powermatic or Jet will run you almost 2.5 times.

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Lezh

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#3 posted 02-19-2019 12:19 AM



I have had my 1023 Grizzly for 10 years and it has performed flawlessly. I changed the belts the first time last winter when I took the top off to clean the mechanisms inside and lube everything. I do this (except the belts) annually. I use Forrest Woodworker II blades (40 tooth full kerf) on a daily basis and use a Freud Glue Line rip for dedicated rip jobs. I have an Incra TSIII fence mounted on it that I think is just about the most precise and accurate fence available today. It is a great saw, with plenty of power. I have other Grizzly tools also, and am very pleased with their customer service. It has been a great investment for me, and I think that you will be pleased, should you decide to purchase one. It is the best price/value cabinet saw on the market IMHO. Hope this helps. Work Safely, Have Fun and Good Luck!

- Woodbum


Thanks woodbum.
I searching Grizzly website. didn’t find dealer in Canada. I sent an Email to their customer service inquiring, they told me that the Grizzy can ship table saw to Canada from USA. I think that will increase the price. some people in Lumberjock toll me G1023RL is CAD1475, but in website is CAD 2175. that is big gap between from my budget.

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rustynails

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#4 posted 02-19-2019 12:27 AM

I think the Busy Bee Tool Comp. from Canada is owned by Grizzly and may have something simular?

https://www.busybeetools.com/

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#5 posted 02-19-2019 01:36 AM

Your original message never mentioned that you were in Canada, so prices mentioned were in US dollars..

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