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    James Nugent 246

    Saw Blade Storage

    Nice design. If the edges are sharp you could put the places into old record sleeves.

    James Nugent 246 Today, 6:11 AM Go to last post
    James Nugent 246

    SuperNova II Ball Ended Key Problems?

    I replaced mine after the handle split with an allen wrench. Better quality and i can use the short arm for more leverage when tightening.

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    Nick Decker

    I Just got a Cell Phone

    Go to your state's website and find the highway/transportation department. They'll probably send you a highway map for free. Missouri does.

    Nick Decker Today, 5:30 AM Go to last post
    Jim Koepke

    Objectifying edge quality

    For me sharp is when only one row of angles are able to dance on the edge. When it gets a bit dull they can dance in two rows or more.


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    Doug Garson

    Wood for bandsaw reindeer

    Or cedar, I wonder if they are related?

    Doug Garson Today, 2:54 AM Go to last post
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