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    back up cameras should be standard equipment on...

    back up cameras should be standard equipment on all vehicles. I have them on both my pickups and the wife has it on here car so we are spoiled I guess. But they are great for seeing behind the pickup...
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    Thanks Fred for sharing your solution. So I take...

    Thanks Fred for sharing your solution. So I take it you left the seats in place and just folded them up and that way you can just remove the plywood and fold the seats down and you are back to a...
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    Older Craftsman 12" BS Repair

    I have a couple bandsaws, two of them being older Craftsman saws made by Emerson in the 80s.
    One is the 12" Electronic Tilting Blade Model 113.247410 which I bought last year for $75, and that is...
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    Yes, it is a super cab, not a crew cab. It has...

    Yes, it is a super cab, not a crew cab. It has four doors, but the rear doors are hinged at the back, there is no pillar between the front and back doors when both are open.

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    Pickup Cab Make Overs

    I searched but didn't find anything about converting the rear of a crew cab or extended cab pickup so I thought I would ask here.
    If there is a thread on this subject please point me to it and I'll...
  6. Maybe this site? ...

    Maybe this site?

    http://benchmark.20m.com/tools/Unisaw/UnisawSlidingTable/unisaw_slidingtable.html
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    I think this is what everyone is suggesting....

    I think this is what everyone is suggesting. Paragraphs to separate each thought
    and a little white space is more pleasing to the eye and makes for an easier read.
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    Should work fine, and it cost just slightly less...

    Should work fine, and it cost just slightly less than your SS. :)
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    If you have a Wood craft store near by you should...

    If you have a Wood craft store near by you should be able to try both models out there before you purchase so no regrets if you don't like it.
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    I've had my DeWalt for a couple years and it is...

    I've had my DeWalt for a couple years and it is great for breaking down sheets of ply and rips and straightening an edge of rough lumber.

    The are two things I don't like.

    The first is that...
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    Interesting, I wonder why the company name Delta...

    Interesting, I wonder why the company name Delta was placed in quotes.
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    Thanks for taking the time to post about your...

    Thanks for taking the time to post about your dust collection solution for your older Craftsman router.
    I had never considered adding dust collection to this router.

    Even though I have 6 other...
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    Thanks, I'll check it out. I have loads of 35mm...

    Thanks, I'll check it out. I have loads of 35mm camera bodies and lenses, and 4x5 gear as well as a couple flashes and the darkroom equipment.

    Anything is better than tossing it. Shame to trash...
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    True, but the whips would probably be more...

    True, but the whips would probably be more useful. :)

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    Last chance for a new life

    I was heavy into photography years ago and still have a ton of darkroom equipment hanging around taking up space. Recently I was sorting out some junk in boxes and came across my Beseler 45MX packed...
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    I know this is an old thread, but I have one of...

    I know this is an old thread, but I have one of these and will get the measurements for the pin and post them here for future reference should anyone need the information. Next time I am in the shop...
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    I too had ordered a PRL direct from Woodpecker...

    I too had ordered a PRL direct from Woodpecker back in early Feb. got tired of waiting and canceled and picked up a PRL-V2 from Woodcraft 2 weeks ago. I find the height adjustment a PITA on the V2,...
  18. Count me in. I bought the first generation Wixey...

    Count me in. I bought the first generation Wixey angle gauge when they first appeared and it has been very useful around the shop. I have told many about it and they have bought one. A very versatile...
  19. Thread: iPhone or droid

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    I'll place another vote for the EVO 4G on Sprint....

    I'll place another vote for the EVO 4G on Sprint. I hear iPhone 5 will be out in July, so if you go that route maybe condier waiting.

    I like the HTC EVO and also my contract with Sprint. I can...
  20. Thread: Are gloves safe

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    No gloves. ...

    No gloves.

    http://www.powertoolinstitute.com/pti_pdfs/PTI_Safety_woodlathes.pdf

    See page 3
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    Can't speak for the Festool track saw, but I have...

    Can't speak for the Festool track saw, but I have the DeWalt. I have the two piece track that you join to rip a sheet of ply or other long cuts. The two piece track is nice but with only one splice...
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    Don't you have to periodically clean the sensor...

    Don't you have to periodically clean the sensor window to remove dust buildup?
    If yes how often (hours of run time)?

    Is anyone using a different technology to monitor dust bin levels? Laser,...
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    An alternative to the mats at Woodcraft is to...

    An alternative to the mats at Woodcraft is to look for mats sold for exercise equipment. I found some 36"x72" black solid mats at WalMart for $19.99 each. the sweep up real easy and have a comforting...
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    I am surprised to hear the bad reports on the...

    I am surprised to hear the bad reports on the RIDGID JobMax, I though from the magazine reviews I've read that it was one of the better cordless multi-tools out there. And with the interchangeable...
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    If only I had sold off all the darkroom equipment...

    If only I had sold off all the darkroom equipment before the digital bug took hold I
    would have had enough for a shop full of WWing tools, or at least a good start on one.

    Anyone need a Bessler...
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