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    Congrats in advance! Sounds like woodworking is...

    Congrats in advance! Sounds like woodworking is in his genes. I look forward to having my young kids "help" in the shop one day.
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    Erik, could you just give him a MM so we can be...

    Erik, could you just give him a MM so we can be spared from all these threads?
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    I can't begin to think how many times I've use...

    I can't begin to think how many times I've use this hand truck:
    http://m.harborfreight.com/heavy-duty-hand-truck-95061.html
    At least I think that's the same one I have, I bought it used.

    I've...
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    Your bigger saw and a 14" saw would be a good...

    Your bigger saw and a 14" saw would be a good combo if you have the space. If so, you're overthinking this.
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    There have been soooooo many threads similar to...

    There have been soooooo many threads similar to this, that likely it will just be rehashing.

    Some will say a 14" saw with riser and 3/4" hp and a good blade will do it. Some will say an 18"+ saw...
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    I assume you mean trash can not ASHcan? And you...

    I assume you mean trash can not ASHcan? And you can recycle your wood chips? That's great.

    I have a thien separator with a plastic barrel. Works pretty good, but I still need to dump into a...
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    Definitely buy it! Nice of him to say he'll...

    Definitely buy it!

    Nice of him to say he'll hold it but you never know. Hopefully he's a man of his word.
  8. As much as it would be cool to have the Yates, it...

    As much as it would be cool to have the Yates, it sounds to me that the grizzly would be the best choice. Main reasons:
    Transportation
    Tension release lever
    Warranty (If you're buying new)
    ...
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    I always have screws for 1/2", 3/4" (both course...

    I always have screws for 1/2", 3/4" (both course and fine) and 1 1/2" (2x stock) on hand. Each box has a handy little guide for screw type on them I think, and of course you can google "kreg screw...
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    Oops, misread the post. Thought the OP wanted a...

    Oops, misread the post. Thought the OP wanted a sharpening jig.

    Back on subject, on my 15" jet I use a dial gauge on the bed of the planer to align knives. Not sure if that would work for your...
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    Don't the knives need to be removed to be...

    Don't the knives need to be removed to be sharpened?
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    As said, he addressed strength concerns and even...

    As said, he addressed strength concerns and even said something along the lines of "now I know someone will mention strength concerns..." Well you guys sure did!

    I think it's very clever and...
  13. There have been a number of discussions on Byrd v...

    There have been a number of discussions on Byrd v grizzly v other cutterheads, and I think the general consensus is that Grizzly performs equally as well. Do a search and you'll find more info.
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    Tom, that link is dead and I'm curious what you...

    Tom, that link is dead and I'm curious what you are referring to. Thanks
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    A 25' x 25' shop is a pretty large space to many...

    A 25' x 25' shop is a pretty large space to many of us. Mine is a little bit smaller than that and I have a full cabinet saw, 20 inch bandsaw, lathe, jointer, radial arm saw, 15 inch planer, etc.
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    I'm sure your anxious to get your equipment, but...

    I'm sure your anxious to get your equipment, but you're not going to get a lot of help here. As Ken said, call Grizzly and ask them.
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    I disagree Moses. When it comes to something like...

    I disagree Moses. When it comes to something like this, the way the company pronounces their name is the correct way.
  18. Nice score Nick! I'm working on my first...

    Nice score Nick!

    I'm working on my first restoration now, and I think the bug sank a its teeth in me.

    I don't think about the hourly rate I make for the couple things I sell occasionally to...
  19. Pictures? How much did you get it for?

    Pictures? How much did you get it for?
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    I agree with Paul. Lungs are nothing to mess...

    I agree with Paul. Lungs are nothing to mess around with and if you can you should make sure you consult the experts.

    I have the 3M 7500 and am very happy with it. When I use the organic...
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    I make mine oversized. Make sure to account for...

    I make mine oversized. Make sure to account for the "T" part of the miter slot if you have it.

    To answer your question the shims should get you there.
  22. Both look like pretty good deals. If lean toward...

    Both look like pretty good deals. If lean toward the PM if you can afford it since the price difference isn't that much. I can attest to the Vega fence, as I had one for a couple years on an old saw...
  23. I'd send a message to a moderator and see if they...

    I'd send a message to a moderator and see if they can do anything.
  24. Instead of starting two threads, you could simply...

    Instead of starting two threads, you could simply reply to your first thread.

    Good luck with your sale.
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    Can't you use some kind of adhesive? Liquid...

    Can't you use some kind of adhesive? Liquid nails or the like?

    I've drilled and tapped corian but it's very susceptible to blowout and is very brittle. I've only done so for the elevation...
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