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SLambie

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  1. Thanks for all the advice guys, it seems like it's not a suitable option for the saw on grounds of safety and general ease of use. Basically it sounds like it is not the tool for the job. I'll look around for a dedicated clearing saw. Cheers.
  2. Hi everybody, i recently bought a Husky 143R11 and was wondering if i could fit a clearing saw blade to it, such as the Oregon EIA or similar. Any help would be appreciated as i am bit of a newbie to this. I actually work in the stone industry and have a side line in furniture production so am not a novice to power tools. Cheers Steven

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