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[Home Depot] Ridgid 9-amp 7-inch wet tile saw $198

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[Home Depot] Ridgid 9-amp 7-inch wet tile saw $198

Felt like this was a pretty good price for this thing so I posted.

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Apr 29, 2017
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Thanks op. Been trying to get one used for awhile and always miss out. For nearly 50% off this is a no brainer
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Dec 22, 2011
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Wasn't sure which tile saw was going to go on sale at Home Depot. Was looking at the Ridgid table saw that is 264 that was on sale earlier for 160. Walked into HD tonight and saw this one for 199 and walked out with it. Never had any issues with this brand this will be my 12th Ridgid product.
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Jan 2, 2017
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Picked one up today. In the middle of a bathroom reno and this should make my tile cuts a lot cleaner. Thanks OP!
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can I also use this for cutting LVP flooring? (without the wet part). seems to me the flooring place that did my floors in my new house were using something that appeared kind of similar for the smaller 'fine' cuts with angles. it resembled a mini table saw.
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crashxxx wrote: can I also use this for cutting LVP flooring? (without the wet part). seems to me the flooring place that did my floors in my new house were using something that appeared kind of similar for the smaller 'fine' cuts with angles. it resembled a mini table saw.
Use a proper table saw for that
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This deal on time as I am planning on finishing my basement bathroom. Was planning on asking my friend for his table saw, but now my brain is saying to just get my own X_X. Love Ridgid, and the lifetime warranty.
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I don't know if anyone is in the same boat but I'm having a hell of a time finding a saw to rent to cut 36" long porcelain tiles.

I came across this rip table mod



I'm considering making something similar to this to use on this saw if I buy one. This would be really easy to make

This saw cuts up to 24"

I don't feel like paying 100 bucks a day to rent a saw when I can buy this for 200 lol


Doubt that mod will work on this saw.. the blade is too low. Probably better alternatives

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