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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

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    Jim Becker

    Shop Build...should be a fun journey...

    Thread Starter: Jim Becker

    I debated about starting this thread now or later, but decided on now because, well...I might forget something. :o As a little background, at our previous property, I was blessed with a reasonably sized, fully conditioned space for my shop in what was originally a three-and-a-half vehicle garage...

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    Rick Potter

    Gassed up today

    Thread Starter: Rick Potter

    While we were on a trip last week a war started and gas prices went crazy everywhere. Got back Monday night. Today, Friday, we decided to gas up two cars. The cheapest gas we saw while driving around was $5.47 for reg unleaded at an Arco station. That was cash, credit was $5.67. We pulled into...

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    Brian Cox

    Thinking about getting a Minimax FS 41ES - Thoughts?

    Thread Starter: Brian Cox

    So I have been going back and forth between the Felder 941 and the Minimax FS41ES. I have about decided to go the Minimax route. Looking at the following specs. 1 phase XYLENT cutter head Powered Planer Bed Additional drop down fence for small parts Comfort guard

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    Tyler Keniston

    Hammer A3-31 Hinge side adjustment

    Thread Starter: Tyler Keniston

    Hi all. Any Hammer owners out there that have experience making bed adjustments? A bit specific of a request I realize. I ask because my infeed table is way out of wack and I am over on the hinge side trying to make some adjustments, but am finding it un-cooperative. It is a new...

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    Gregory King

    New Mig

    Thread Starter: Gregory King

    Thinking about buying my first welder. Probably going a bit overboard on size, but looking at the Miller 212 Autoset. A good welder or not? I like the Miller line and if I decide down the road to sell it, it should command a decent return. Or I hope it should.

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