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    Stanley Covington

    Part Deux - The Gennou BTS

    Thread Starter: Stanley Covington

    I am starting a new thread because I need to add a significant amount of new information to my older gennou thread, but if I just appended the old thread, most people would just blow it off as more chitchat. So here goes. History We all grew up using hammers with handles designed to fit a...

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    Allan Speers

    Chipmunks! How to get rid of them?

    Thread Starter: Allan Speers

    Long story short: We have a HUUUGE family of chipmunks that now live all around our house. I guess it keeps them safe from predators. They aren't cute anymore, causing a lot of damage to the lawn, shrubs, etc. Ca anyone suggest the "best" way of eliminating them? I don't care about keeping...

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    Milind Patil

    Best 10" table saw blades

    Thread Starter: Milind Patil

    I am not sure if this topic has been chewed on this forum already. Can experienced folks here suggest the best 10" table saw blades that will give super clean cuts ? And is there not any blade that can give joint quality cuts for both ripping and cross cutting (so that I don't need to deal with...

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    Roger Feeley

    A new reason (to me) to never own a Porsche

    Thread Starter: Roger Feeley

    My son-in-law has a Porsche Boxter. He drove it to work and parked in the companies underground garage. It wouldn't start. Something is wrong with the charging system and he has a dead battery. Long story short, in order to pop the hood, you have to push a button. There is no mechanical way to...

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    Aaron Craven

    Buffing questions

    Thread Starter: Aaron Craven

    I've had a few bowls recently that didn't have quite the sheen I wanted (primarily on oil finishes), so I've decided to pick up some buffing equipment. I'm not a big fan of wax for most items, so I'll probably skip the carnauba step (though I'm buying all three wheels in case I change my mind). I...

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    Susumu Mori

    Raised panel cutter for shaper

    Thread Starter: Susumu Mori

    Hi all, I have a shaper but for raised panels, I'm still using a router bit (3.5 inch). It runs and cuts fine with a 1/2 inch coupler and at 10,000 rpm. The shaper runs much quieter and smoother. So, I like it but it needs many passes (6-7 passes). I guess my question is, do you think it's...

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