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    Christmas came early. My new toy.

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    But, there are consequences to such a purchase. I had to buy the LOML this....

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    Ps... pay the $150 extra to have it assembled if you get one. What a pain.
    Pps... Get divorced first. Saves on the car. Lol.
    Last edited by Keith Outten; 04-29-2019 at 8:20 AM.

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    Congratulations! I'm sure you're going to love it. Had the Sawstop been around when I bought my Uni I probably would have bought it.
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    I love my PCS and enjoyed putting it together. It is an excellent way to learn about it. The directions and parts are the best organized of ant tool I have bought.

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    Congratulations on the new saw; I'm sure you'll enjoy it. I am surprised by your assembly experience though. SawStop provides the best packaging and assembly instructions that I've ever encountered. Putting it together was a breeze, although a second set of hands would have been nice at a couple of points. And by doing it myself, I was able to ensure that everything was aligned & assembled exactly as it should be.

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    I would have rather not have had to hold those oily wings up myself and get rid of... oh so much packaging trash. I'm amazed at how quiet it is.

    They also could have given more room to attach the on/off switch. Fence is off by 1/32" as well.

    But I have never seen hardware packaged so nicely in any product. We usually get a bag of assorted parts.

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    Your negotiating skills are seriously lacking.

    Unless you are in arrears from previous deals.


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    In my world it is the " Diamond Surcharge ". Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Costa View Post
    Ps... pay the $150 extra to have it assembled if you get one. What a pain.
    Pps... Get divorced first. Saves on the car. Lol.
    You had to assemble the car?!?!

    I've never been divorced but from what I hear the car is cheaper.

    Congrats on your new saw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Bueler View Post
    You had to assemble the car?!?!

    I've never been divorced but from what I hear the car is cheaper.

    Congrats on your new saw!
    Now that right there is funny.
    Marshall
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