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Old 05-30-2014, 03:09 PM   #1
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Done this with saw that kept loosing the tension as I saw. Was holding tension knop and saw with one hand, not nice. Last few cuts it started working correctly. My friend Arthur done the back plate as he don't trust me with other saws, ha ha ha. This project was my first one for my son's birthday, he loved it.
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Wow. If that's what you can do one-handed, then I'd like to see what you could do with no limitations. Hey, maybe you could cut with two saws at once - one for each hand. Ha. Anyway, a superb job. Well done.
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I just had to order a couple of new Blade Chucks for my machine because it keeps losing tension.
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very nice that looks like good project I need to put on my list for this winter
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