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Old 03-26-2019
rshrimp rshrimp is offline
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Default Evolution 7.25 inch Metal Cutting Chop saw


It's on sale at Tractor Supply (Online only with free ship to store) for 134.95
Most places it's 189 and up.

I just got this and tested out on a storage bay slide out that I need to cut down.
Goes through Steel like butter!
If you have been using one of those abrasive blades in the past throw it away!
This has a carbide blade and it does not even get the material hot... not even warm!

This is the 7-1/4 inch model. They also make a 14 incher for the big stuff.

Great addition to the shop. Clean straight no heat added cuts in seconds.
Randy and Sonya Shrimplin
FMCA# F457849
Livin' the dream, next door to the Drysdale's in Beverly Hills FL!
87 FC35 "Old School"
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