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limbshaker
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If you buy from Harbor freight, remember they always have a "20% off 1 item" coupon. Either in the printed flyer or on their website.

I have been using a die grinder with a cut off wheel freehand for my carbons. Cuts clean and fast but I have to eyeball it square. I plan to pick up a HF chop saw later on.

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The harbor freight saw has gone up in price. It is now about $35

We keep it in stock along with the carbon cutting blades for it. They don't sell to us at a discount, but we keep them basically as a convenience for customers.

We don't have a HF near us so we have to order them in and do so in quantity.
For $50 you can get a drill master saw and blade off our site.
If you have a HF near you, you can pick up a saw and then order a blade off the internet and maybe save yourself $5 bucks if your going not making the drive just for the saw.
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I use the Harbor Freight cut-off saw with a carbon fiber blade from Big Jim. The blade is the key to clean cuts IMO. Kudos to Big Jim for making it available to us.
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Thanks to everyone who has responded!
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Got mine from big Jim. And the blade. Works great. Cut a couple doz now.
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