It's the small things that often make the biggest difference. I've found that the crafty veterans seem to know a little trick here or there that make turning better, safer, faster, or easier. So I'm throwing out a challenge: give us your best "nifty" and when this thread is done, it will make a...Last Post By: Terry Vaughan Yesterday, 3:10 PM
Since I see any good paint will work, :) the gloss options are: Ivory Black Grass Green (fairly dark) Deep blue Tote and knob on very dark chocolate brown with a slightly reddish hue, other parts are brass. blade will be a tsunebauro blue steel same thickness as a standard iron. This...Last Post By: Matthew N. Masail Yesterday, 11:51 AM
I'm not trying to start a war here at all, I personally find his videos refreshing and fun, and I'd much rather watch that than watch another guy use 12 different special jigs and power tools to create a M&T joint. However, I have seen a lot of (sometimes random) negative comments about him lately...Last Post By: Simon MacGowen Today, 12:35 AM
I am in the process of buying a bank owned house that needs major remodeling. The house is $150,000 plus I got a remodeling bid for $91,000. The remodeling includes complete forced air heating/cooling system with duct work, All new Andersen windows and patio door, rebuild bay in kitchen, new...Last Post By: Brian Elfert Yesterday, 10:49 PM
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Well, the old Woodcut was a nice little system, with the emphasis on little. The big blade was a 5 inch radius. If you were coring some thing like OsageReed Gray Today, 1:38 AM
No offense George, but simply saying something is "far better" is somewhat subjective.
How is it better? Have you used both?
You can order from Sulfer Grove if its an odd size..
You can probably make them fit with 3 clamps. Basically you clamp the tire to the