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My husbands wet tile saw needs bearing and we were wondering if it would be worth it to replace the bearing or just buy anouther one?

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    Corey McConnell May 11, 2010

    Which bearings are you talking about?

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Surley nothing wrong with fixing old one.If bearing is a easy one to get.Another thing to consider how much does he use it if for his every day work new would give less prob and warrenty.lookup make online should find part from the maker.hope helps

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