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Default Delta 50-155 Miter Saw Stand

I have owned a Delta 50-155 collapsable miter saw for about five years and
love it. We were going to give one to our son for Christmas and cannot find
one. Amazon still has a space-holder but it is not available. Have they
discontinued it?

There is a new one but it appears to be a little high-centered over a
smaller footprint.

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On Sun, 26 Nov 2006 02:12:19 -0600, Prometheus
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Of course, that will depend on where you're located- if you're
anywhere in the midwest, those two are often less expensive than
knotty pine. Elsewhere, they might be premium woods- hard to say.


If you live in the Midwest, you're in luck. There is a lumber company
call Liberty Hardwood Inc. in North of Kansas City, MO. They sell
rough sawn Oak (railroad tie) for around $1.75 b/f and they even
deliver if your total purchase is more than $350 (I think).

http://libertyhardwoodsinc.com/contact_locations.asp

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