Depth of Cut @ 90°: 57 mm 4x2 is 2 inches, which is 50.8mm, so you should be just about fine for a straight cut
Is this any good for cutting 4*2? I've got about 50 cuts to make in a remote spot with no power. I've got a small generator which can run the charger and I've got a few Makita batteries, but the generator isn't powerful enough to run my chop saw or mains circular saw. Or do I need a bigger one for 4x2?
The only problem i have is it makes the tool a little bulkier, adds an extra 2 inches to the battery height, and you can't charge through it
Bought the BL version for 138 the other day and it hasn't disappointed... So much quicker than lugging timber to the chop saw, trying to prop it etc. Amazing investment
Brilliant for facias and soffits instead of lugging the track to it