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Tablesaws Grants Pass OR

Getting the right tablesaw makes wood projects so much easier. Craftsman started from the ground up when redesigning its 10-in.tablesaws. Woodworking isn’t the same without this power tool. Here you will find great prices for tablesaws at the hardware supply stores in Grants Pass, OR listed below.

Fastenal- Grants Pass
541-472-1746
1470 SE M St Suite 2A Grants Pass, OR, 97526
Grants Pass, OR
 
Farner Building Supply
541-244-2428
1741 Dowell Rd Grants Pass, OR, 97527
Grants Pass, OR
 
Farmers Building Supply, Inc
(541) 476-0851
1741 Dowell Rd
Grants Pass, OR
 
Main Building Supply
(541) 582-0577
Main & Broadway, Corner of Main and Broadway
Rogue River, OR
 
Columbia Riverwood
(503) 224-9924
1017 SW Morrison St P.O. Box 10461
Portland, OR

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Farmer's Do it Best Feed & Pet
(541) 476-0402
1741 Dowell Rd
Grants Pass, OR
 
Fields Home Center
(541) 862-2111
5285 Williams Hwy, Murphy
Grants Pass, OR
 
Grants Pass - Auth Hometown
(541) 471-9489
1551 Northeast F St
Grants Pass, OR
Store Hours
Hometown Dealers
Store Type
Hometown Dealers
Hours
Mon:9-18
Tue:9-18
Wed:9-18
Thu:9-18
Fri:9-18
Sat:9-18
Sun:10-16
Store Features
Mon:9-18
Tue:9-18
Wed:9-18
Thu:9-18
Fri:9-18
Sat:9-18
Sun:10-16

Woodcraft - Portland, OR
(503) 684-1428
12020 SW Main Street
Tigard, OR

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Easycreek Lumber
(541) 521-5107
PO Box 62
Lorane, OR

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Tablesaws

Big Featured, Low-Priced Tablesaws


Model 22124, $950
• 1-3/4-hp 120/240-volt motor. 30-in. rip capacity to the right of the blade.
• Cast-iron side tables and folding outfeed table.
• 4-in. miter gauge fence extension.
• Beisemeyer rip fence.


Craftsman started from the ground up when redesigning its 10-in.tablesaws. Sears' designers did their homework on these machines by listening to customers and addressing their tablesaw concerns. The three new models have some great features and sell at prices that won't break the bank. All three saws look like cabinet saws. In fact, theirtrunnion system more closely resembles the type found on a cabinet sawthan on a con-tractor or hybrid saw. The trunnions, which hold thesaw's arbor, are mounted to the cabinet instead of the bottom of the table. This makes the trunnion system more rigid and greatly simplifies blade-to-table alignment during setup and tune-ups. The new saws areall left-tilt machines. They have 4-in. dust collection hookups and built-in rip fence storage hooks. Mounting and removing the blade coverand splitter is tool-free and thus hassle-free. The blades that come with the saws are good-quality carbide-tipped blades that, unlike many tablesaws, don't need immediate replacement.

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