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The Crain Super Saw Kit Features a 13-amp motor and a 6 1/2-inch diameter flush-cutting blade for tackling the thickest doors and most awkward angles. Designed to undercut even those hard-to-reach inside door corners, the Super Saw cuts through 1-3/4-inch thick doors without taking them off their hinges. A blade height adjustment from flush 1-1/4-inch off the floor enables a variety of gapping sizes. A retractable stabilizer keeps the saw operating smoothly under load. Your purchase includes a carrying case, carbide blade, masonry blade, and easy-to-follow instructions.
Fully adjusts from flush to 1-1/4" off the floor for a variety of door gap sizes
Undercuts doors as thick as 1-3/4" without removal for less downtime and more productivity
13 amp motor for fast, clean cutting
6-1/2" diameter flush-cutting blade for cutting inside edge of door in tight areas
Includes carrying case, carbide blade, masonry blade, and instructions.
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10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
A Super Super sawJun 17, 2005
By S. Paxson
"Cool Tool Guy"
This puppy ain't cheap but it is worth the price. Laying ceramic tile by making many cuts and nibbling away till a tile fits properly around a door casing is a pain and very time consuming. 5 minutes of time with this saw (1 minute to get it out of the truck, 3 to get it out of the case and set up, 1/2 minute (i'm old) to get down on my knees and another 1/2 minute to make the cut) slide the tile under the jamb and casing for the perfect no grouting fit. WOW !!!
If the door binds on the tile, or anyother type floor, adjust the undercut saw accordingly and trim the door while in place! Your Done!!!
4 of 6 found the following review helpful:
It worked for meJan 09, 2007
By Joseph S. Ribble
I purchased this tool to cut vertical cedar siding at the top (under the overhangs) to receive aluminum soffit panels. The saw worked well for the majority of the cuts, and I used a Fein Multimaster to get what I couldn't with the Crain saw. I rated this item with 3 stars because it worked fine and I'd use it again for the same task or other tasks (perhaps cutting jambs like it was designed for). I rated it with 3 stars because it has a lot of room for improvement, chief among the problem areas is its cumbersome depth adjustment. I would say this is a utilitarian saw at best. This saw could benefit greatly from some thorough engineering effort to improve its adjustment/guard systems and make it much easier to use.
Crain jamb sawJan 01, 2013
By Stephanie Wilson
This saw is everything it's supposed to be! Works great, just be careful of hitting nails cause these blades are expensive. Would definitely recommend to anyone.
super sawJul 10, 2011
By Robert E. Flatley
I purchased this saw to undercut a couple of door jambs and 38'of masonry before laying a laminate floor. The saw made quick and accurate work for the pre-floor preparation.I would highly recommend this product!