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    Your procedure looks good. Instead of using a...

    Your procedure looks good. Instead of using a beeswax ring you might check out the newer neoprene rings, not as messy and seems to seal as well as beeswax. Of course the beeswax ring has been used...
  2. 11 Year old boy saluting on Omaha Beach

    I appreciate the Memorial Day tribute that Kent shared earlier today. My wife has been watching this You Tube tribute today. Her father went to the front line in France 2 weeks after D-day. He was...
  3. I like Larry's new hobby, as I'm getting older I...

    I like Larry's new hobby, as I'm getting older I find this hobby quite enjoyable, inexpensive as well!
  4. Well I'm no cabinet saw expert but have owned the...

    Well I'm no cabinet saw expert but have owned the 690 for a couple years, it's a great saw, enjoy using it. I would certainly purchase it again if I needed a cabinet saw. For the fellow that said he...
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    Ken, do you like that Work Sharp 3000? I've got a...

    Ken, do you like that Work Sharp 3000? I've got a new one that's been setting on the shelf for a couple years. Keep thinking I'll open the box and read the instructions but don't seem to ever get...
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    Hmm, never heard of this. We built our house in...

    Hmm, never heard of this. We built our house in 1992 with sink disposal and on a septic system. In 23 years never had a single problem with the septic system.
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    Your roof pitch is steeper than 4 or 5/12. You...

    Your roof pitch is steeper than 4 or 5/12. You can easily shingle up to a 6/12 without walk boards.
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    Definitely a good buy. $300 is about the average...

    Definitely a good buy. $300 is about the average price for a used middle of the road 6" jointer around here.
  9. I have a set and like them real well. They do a...

    I have a set and like them real well. They do a good job holding sheet goods tight to the fence, makes ripping a little more comfortable in a one man operation. One small complaint is not being able...
  10. Very well said, don't think there could be much...

    Very well said, don't think there could be much added to what Jim said here. I generally think of a shaper as a tool best suited for a larger volume production shop. I see used shapers often on CL...
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    It is interesting, the milled cuts remind me a...

    It is interesting, the milled cuts remind me a little of the miter lock router bit pattern that is discussed so often. Not sure he will ever profit much from the patent.
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    Might check out Termidor, most used for termites...

    Might check out Termidor, most used for termites but effective on ants as well.
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    At least he asked before he ripped it. :)

    At least he asked before he ripped it. :)
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    Too old for this much fun

    I have a small shop (16x20) so full of tools there's hardly any room to work. Decided to build a 16x20 addition. With so many obstacles in the back yard I decided to spare the heavy equipment and dig...
  15. I have this Kreg rip guide mounted to a Makita...

    I have this Kreg rip guide mounted to a Makita circular saw, it works great for ripping sheets of plywood.
    https://www.kregtool.com/store/c48/saw-attachments/p79/rip-cuttrade/
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    Those "engineered joists" when properly spaced...

    Those "engineered joists" when properly spaced make a very fine strong, level floor system. Finished floor will be more level than if 2x joists were used. If I were building a pier & beam floor...
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    Keep the Delta.

    Keep the Delta.
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    I used to bounce around some in C150's & C172s...

    I used to bounce around some in C150's & C172s back in the 1970's. Got my private pilot an logged a few hundred hours but soon realized this was a pretty expensive hobby, especially for a poor...
  19. Yep, that is definitely not a black walnut.

    Yep, that is definitely not a black walnut.
  20. Well I guess I will give Fein a look. I knew they...

    Well I guess I will give Fein a look. I knew they ran about $300+ but see now that they have a lower amp model in the $160-170 range on Amazon. Was not aware of that, thanks for the heads up!
  21. Yes brushes did not help. It's death was my...

    Yes brushes did not help. It's death was my fault, got baptized during a bathroom remodel. They do not like water immersion!
  22. Suggestions for Oscillating Tool Purchase

    I've had the Harbor Freight version of this tool for several years. It has finally given up the ghost on me. I would consider purchasing another HF but would like to move up to something better. I...
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    Stump update! Ok the stump saga is over. I made a...

    Stump update! Ok the stump saga is over. I made a feeble attempt to burn the stump. Bored 1" holes with an auger bit, filled the holes with diesel fuel and let the fuel soak in for several days. I...
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    Another solution in search of a problem. My Stihl...

    Another solution in search of a problem. My Stihl uses the oil that was designed for it, Stihl bar oil.
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    Hmm, kinda hard to believe. That's about the...

    Hmm, kinda hard to believe. That's about the average salary for an engineering professor in our department.
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