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Hi Friends,

I am a DIYer--repairs around the house, build small furniture, help a neighbor or two from time to time.

With that said, I am in the market (new or used) for a portable 10" table saw. Space is an issue. Currently I am lookng over the Bosch GTS1031 and the Craftsman 21829 with the gravity stand.

Your thoughts/experiences with either of these saws? Perhaps another brand of table saw?

To do rips and cross cuts now I use the Eureka EZSmart rail guide system, and while it is a nice system I find it a bit cumbersome. In addition, I own a Ridgid 12" dual compound sliding miter saw.

Ok, let's hear it.






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Go for it nick.

Finally had reason to put my dado blades back in the other night -- here's some pictures.  This is a 3/8" stack, but when I put my ZCI down, I saw that it was marked "1/2" dado stack" and had more space to the right of the blade, which means at some point I had a 1/2" thick stack on the saw.  

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