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A 1/2-horsepower motor wired for 220 volt operation is ample for this hand-fed saw. Using a much larger motor will lead to some serious kick-back problems because the motor will continue to turn if the cut becomes bound. A higher horsepower motor requires power feed for the stock to control kick-back. Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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