If it was a bad blade then I got two of them. They were HF blades but all the blades I've had on the saw were HF. I recently got a job replacing the posts on a steel fence. I had to cut 25 posts out of 2" steel and instead of using 16 gauge tubular steel, I used 10 gauge. The steel I got seem excessively hard and after the first blade came off the saw I put a new blade on the saw and cut other parts out of 1" 16ga tubular. Within a few cuts the new blade walked off so I quit using the saw altogether. Now I'm wanting to use the saw again so I want to get the saw fixed. Everything on the saw appears to be the same as new.
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