I have a big pile of high quality tongue and groove floorboards that I would like to reuse as decking timber for a small-ish deck.
The trouble is I don't quite know what the best tools to use would be to cut off the tongue and grooves and get the boards to a standard width. I was thinking that there might be a way of converting a mitre saw to a table saw and do it that way. Is that feasable? Also I will need to round off the edges of the resawn planks. What could I use to do that? I've got a budget of around $600-$700 for new tools (e.g. a reasonable quality mitre saw), but I'm not sure if that would be adequate by itself.
I don't mind doing things a little bit inefficiently, but I don't want the project to become a massive time sink either. Any suggestions?