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    My new miter saw

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    Yep. Just when I was thinking I should get around to replacing my old Delta cheapo..... The dishwasher crapped out and I had to replace it. Oh well. Hopefully this one will last long enough for me to think about replacing the saw some other time.
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    so which mitre saw were yu lookin to get rennie???
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    so which mitre saw were yu lookin to get rennie???
    I got the one with the sanitize wash cycle and the adjustable racks.




    Oh, you mean some day? Been looking at a DeWalt.
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    I have or I should say Anna, has the same "miter saw" only hers is in black.

    She loves it!

    joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Mioux View Post
    I have or I should say Anna, has the same "miter saw" only hers is in black.

    She loves it!

    joe
    We purchased two of these for a kitchen remodel at our church 5 years ago and they have run flawlessly. Once set up properly the cut a mean 90* angle.
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    Boy do I know that feeling Rennie. Similar thing happened to me. When I was ready to buy my cyclone the central a/c went kaput. I guess I screwed up on my thread of building a cyclone to fit my needs and should have posted pictures of the hvac guys removing and installing the new unit.

    I look at it this way, everything happens for a reason and sometimes that reason isn't quite clear at the time. For me I was able to get my cyclone and ductwork for less than the cost of the cyclone itself. That made loml very happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Bienlein View Post
    I look at it this way, everything happens for a reason and sometimes that reason isn't quite clear at the time. For me I was able to get my cyclone and ductwork for less than the cost of the cyclone itself. That made loml very happy.
    So, you think there's a big sale coming up?
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    I think that you rushed too much to buy it.
    They are agoing to market a new model in august that cuts dishes and washes the wood perfectly. OOOPPPPPPS I meant the other way around.
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    Don't know if thats the reason but I do love my hitachi scms. I have used delta, ridgid and dewalt chopsaws along with a scms dewalt saw and I definitely like the hitachi best. The only other saw that I liked better was an italian made one we had in a shop back in Baltimore. I wish I could remember the name of it. It had a 14" blade, belt driven and was 208 3 phase.

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    What a coincidence. I'm getting the exact same machine this Tuesday. LOML's run it 4 times a week for the last 3 years without issue. I, like you, Don't see a new, quiet, efficient dishwasher; I see what might have been. Congrats and welcome to the "but I could-a got-a" club.
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