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  • #91
    It has been 4 months since I installed the Pegas blade clamps. I have not had one blade slip from the clamp. I have approximately 120 hours on them. I am very happy with my decision to convert My EX 21.
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    • #92
      Mine are going strong too, but after I work on the saw a while, I forget all about it, and it just becomes another part of the machine . . except when I go back and forth between the Ex (my home saw with Pegas Clamps) and the King (My Travel Saw). There is definitely a usability difference. I don't use the portable enough to justify the upgrade, but if the classic clamps on the King ever give up the ghost, I'll upgrade those to Pegas as well.
      Last edited by hotshot; 06-06-2018, 12:43 PM.
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