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post #21 of 39 Old 11-04-2014, 10:53 PM
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thats the trick, good chance its long gone. I dont know your location, but unless its timbuctoo, when deals like these come up, they usually go FAST.

Thats how I ended up with the delta 3000 table saw. Sure I wanted that jet cabinet saw for $700 on CL, but it was sold in less than a day. I surf CL every day, I haven't seen a deal that Id pick over my delta in probably 6 months... Thats the benefit of the delta or rigid, they are sitting on the shelf waiting for you.
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I use the jet ProShop with the CI wings and absolutely love it! It's a great saw and the fence is a joy to use after struggling with a contractors saw.
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Even if the saw is already gone (keep trying until you know for sure), I suggest you keep looking for good used iron. Powermatics, unisaws and others come up on CL fairly often. Use the notification feature on CL searches. You will get emailed within a short time of an ad going up. When you see it, make contact. If they give a phone number, use it immediately. But also email them if they give an address. A lot of sellers take the prospective buyers in the order of contact so being first is crucial. Good luck!
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post #24 of 39 Old 11-05-2014, 04:38 AM
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Just out of curiosity, if your budget is allows, what about a new Grizzly table saw? The ones I plan on savings for run around that price, and with their $99 shipping, it's kind of my future plan. I'm not judging the Jet or Ridgid, no experience either way, just curiosity.
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So I've been trying to get a hold of the guy with the Jet and while combing Craigslist today I cam across a Shop Fox W1677 cabinet saw for $500. Should I abandon the Jet and go with the 3hp Shop Fox? Of course I'll have to check it out but it seems like it's in great condition. Any of you have experience with the Shop Fox W1677?
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Pictures?

The tools don't make the craftsman....
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looks like a very robust saw to me.

again... its been listed for 2 days now :p I bet its sold.
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The shop fox looks like a good saw.

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I'd pick the jet hands down. A t-square fence, cast iron wings, and more power would make it an easy choice for me if it was in good shape.
I think this is suit for my needs. And how about the price Ryan? It is worth? Thanks
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I'd guess the jet would be in the 6-700 dollar range of in like new condition. 500-600 if a bit worn.

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I got the Shop Fox and I can't wait to fire it up. Now I just need to wire my shop for the higher voltage. Thanks everyone for the comments. I appreciate it.
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Without pictures....we don't believe you bought anything. Lol.

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Where in this great country are such pristine looking saws posted on CL?

Up here in the Pacific NW, all I seem to see on CL are old rusty C'man contractor saws. Maybe it's the climate- I'm watching the Seahawks playing in the rain as I write :(
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They pop up almost everywhere. The thing is they're usually gone really quick. You've really got to watch craigslist all the time to catch the good ones.

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Looks like you got an awesome deal! I've been trolling cl for months looking for tools. Just brought home a drill press and a sander but haven't seen a saw like that (or anything close) yet. Great deal!

wish I had a cool line like everyone else...
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Good to see you are doubling down on the dumb.
That's funny.

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Here's a picture of the Shop Fox in its new home. My shop. And yes, it is in that good of shape. https://www.dropbox.com/s/6iyzqrb2uf..._3769.JPG?dl=0
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Looks like it will serve you well.

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