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Posted in response to Coffey's Tiny Trim from Richard Brakefield on August 22, 2008 at 08:03:22:

Re: Coffey's Tiny Trim

I'm not familiar with the "Coffey" Richard. But I do suggest that if you do use water get yourself a stainless steel blade. I use water in my tiny trim saw with a stainless blade and I love it. If for any reason you fail to drain the water you won't come back later and find that the blade (normal blade) has started to rust on you. It only takes a little bit of rust to start breaking down your blade. There are inhibitors (additives) on the market but I prefer to stay away from them. Seems everything you touch these days causes cancer. All to the benifit of someone else getting rich. Hope you find the information for your saw.

From ward - August 23, 2008 at 09:07:30

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