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Posted in response to Re: Newbie question about saw lubricants from Bob Keller on October 13, 2012 at 03:08:28:

Re: Re: Newbie question about saw lubricants

Bob,

Thank you for the reply and information. I intend to use the trim saw in a garage, so would want to minimize oily messes. However, the inconvenience of having to drain the coolant after every use might be a bit much. I will think on it. It is nice to know that either both options will work. I was also considering buying a top-of-the line blade for my first blade but you have caused me to reconsider; I think I will start with a cheaper one until I have a little more experience so as to not ruin a nice blade. Thanks again.

From Dirk - October 14, 2012 at 00:03:20
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