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  • ts 3650 cover

    Does ridgid sell a TS cover for the ts3605? I don't use the saw that much during the winter. It is kept in the garage(brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr). The ts3605 was my FIRST saw I have ever purchased. What a saw!!

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    Re: ts 3650 cover

    Never seen a cover that is make especially for the 3650. One option to consider is using a movers blanket. Harbor Freight has one for under $10. Whatever you use, make sure that it can breath. Using something like a plastic tarp is a no no, it could trap moisture between the tarp and the saw and you'll end up with a very rusty saw.
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      Re: ts 3650 cover

      I would recommend giving it a good cleaning with WD-40 and a green scotch-brite pad or equivalent. Wipe off the WD-40 thoroughly. Then apply some Boeshield T-9. It's available at Sears in the tool section, or on the net. It is a space age rust preventer that is used on commercial and military aircraft. After that, cover it or not - your choice.

      Jim

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        Re: ts 3650 cover

        Originally posted by BadgerDave View Post
        Never seen a cover that is make especially for the 3650. One option to consider is using a movers blanket. Harbor Freight has one for under $10. Whatever you use, make sure that it can breath. Using something like a plastic tarp is a no no, it could trap moisture between the tarp and the saw and you'll end up with a very rusty saw.
        AHA!!! Thanks for the tip on the tarp no-no! I don't cover my saw, but I've used a tarp on other things with disasterous results. To keep the dust off after doing what Pops said (actually it's a good idea to do that regularly anyway), the moving blanket sounds like the right idea. As long as the mice don't get into it!!
        I put it all back together better than before. There\'s lots of leftover parts.

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