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  • Ridgid 16" Variable Scroll Saw

    Does anyone now where a Ridgid 16" Variable Scroll Saw is for sale?
    Look forward to your reply.

    my email is: [email protected]

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    Did Home Depot do away with that line??? That was their line of tools and sold only to Home Depot?? Not sure don't follow that brand. Now I know they carry all that RYOBI stuff. Don't get me started down that road. Boy is that stuff junk.
    John T.

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      I did contact the Ridgid company and they gave me the run-around from one dept to another.It is not listed in any catalog's. I finnaly gave up on it.I beleive they stopped production.I did see a used one on E-bay. Actually I think the Dewalt is much better. Bob
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