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Before anyone gets too worked up....looks like the 21833 has gone to 459....still a smokin deal though.
 

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I saw that as well when I was looking at it.

Everytime I clicked into the actual saw it went to the $459 price.

*Just a quick question: If you find good deal do you just post them in the appropriate area? Saw a pretty good sale on clamps this coming weekend and am not sure where to post it
 

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I have that exact saw and bought it in 2010 for $499. I saw it too for 413 and 459 but if you look harder, you can probably find additional coupon codes to get it down even closer to 400.

It works a lot smoother and better now that I've rewired it for 240v.:thumbsup:
 

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If you initiate your purchase through Ebates.com, it should make you eligible for an additional 3% cashback rebate. That's in addition to most other discounts you can muster.
 

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LonewolfZ said:
I saw that as well when I was looking at it. Everytime I clicked into the actual saw it went to the $459 price. *Just a quick question: If you find good deal do you just post them in the appropriate area? Saw a pretty good sale on clamps this coming weekend and am not sure where to post it
I usually just post them in the tool forum or the general forum. I always hope somebody can use it...
 

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Sure does....the sears website makes me laugh some days.
 
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