Its a beaut and very quiet !
Kind of a no brainer for me. I use the DeWalt 20V/60V platform for numerous tools so have more batteries and chargers. The nice thing about this system is that the 60V Max batteries will work in any 20V tool. The 60V 9AH batteries go for $199.00 'Merican every where....I found this saw as a "tool only" buy, found it at Grizzly Tools for $249.00......but as a "sale special" threw in a 9AH battery! So after shipping and sales tax was delivered to the shop for $289.00.....so....essentially paid $89.00 for the saw delivered .......no brainah!!!The Its a beaut and very quiet !
The standard 240/245 are classics in their own right though. The design was constructed to to be one of the safest auto cabins on the road......at the cost of looks perhaps.The PV series had the curves and the Duett was a classic, what came after was less classic.
Yeah those Fresh Water Stone folks are pretty tricky eh?WOW !
Sure enuf are!Yeah those Fresh Water Stone folks are pretty tricky eh?
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Spensive!If you go to their website and then to "Our Work" then to "Fireplaces and Chimneys" there are even a couple houses I built or worked on. Pic # 230 is a place we built in 2010. All wood you see I installed. (for whatever that's worth) Wish I had some pics of the scribe work... That fireplace backs up to a similar one that's in a a screen porch. The next one is pretty well down the page. Pic #147 is of a fireplace and woodbox they built in a home my friend Dave built in 1987/88 . Kind of a crappy pic as it was taken in mid trim work......that's my old Delta 10" saw in the pic and my old beat 12' stepladder.....LOL!!!! The saw was only 3 years old then.....36 years old now still in use here at the shop. They prefab every thing at the shop these daze but that one from 88 was built in place by one mason and his tender.......took nearly 6 months to build......it's 30 feet wide and 22' to the peak. One a really good day they might set two stones.....more likely one stone most daze........sometimes none......no mortar showing and no tool marks to be seen either. Quite a pit of puzzling!!!!!