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I have a section of sidewalk and patio that are cracked/broken and need cut out and repoured, so i took that as a reason to buy this 1978 Homelite XL-98C at 70.00. It wasn't much more than the rental would have been, so I get another old saw for the collection and force myself to repair the concrete

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1 hour ago, Wristpin said:

What we call a disc cutter. Take care, they can bite.

It said Multi Purpose Saw on the sticker, so that's what I called it. I never knew what they were called, I heard them called concrete saws, but I've seen ride on concrete saws too.

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Another example of different terminology from across the pond!

Not just for concrete or stone, with the correct disc, steel and other metals as well. 

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1 hour ago, Wristpin said:

Another example of different terminology from across the pond!

Not just for concrete or stone, with the correct disc, steel and other metals as well. 

 

Hence the term, multipurpose. :thumbs: 

 

I've used similar on concrete and steel. As you said Angus, they can bite. You need to keep a good grip on them.

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