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  1. If you do ultimately use pine on your project,...

    If you do ultimately use pine on your project, please be aware that pine is notoriously blotchy when stain is applied. You will need to use a prestain conditioner to help even up the absorption of...
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    I've never heard of this. Very interesting. ...

    I've never heard of this. Very interesting. Thanks for posting Paul!
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    Winter definitely hung on for you guys up north. ...

    Winter definitely hung on for you guys up north. I've been mowing since April 5. But your post does remind me that I have to drain gas on the snowblower
  4. Yep, covid and now the chip shortage has really...

    Yep, covid and now the chip shortage has really whacked the auto makers. So demand is way out pacing supply. I was looking for a new Tundra but went into a holding pattern when the covid hit last...
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    :( Unfortunately, the new Tundra is about 5" too...

    :( Unfortunately, the new Tundra is about 5" too long for the garage. I knew it was but I wasn't about to downsize because of that. The old 2001 Tundra just fit so that soft cover on it lasted all...
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    Thanks for all the replies. Really appreciate...

    Thanks for all the replies. Really appreciate the brand recommendations. Several of you advocating the roll up and the LoPro seems to be a favorite. I think I'll take a hard look at those. We...
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    Nice pics Lee! I may have to build 1 or 2 of...

    Nice pics Lee! I may have to build 1 or 2 of those.

    Thanks for posting
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    Tonneau cover recommendations?

    Just bought a new Tundra. Need to put a cover on the back and I'm thinking about a soft folding tonneau. I had a soft snap tonneau on my old truck and it worked great. However if I can avoid the...
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    Ty, there are restrictions about advertising your...

    Ty, there are restrictions about advertising your site. Please check the Terms of Service.
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    First a disclaimer - I haven't used either...

    First a disclaimer - I haven't used either product. A requirement that I would insist on would be that the hold downs also pull the material to the fence. The Jess-Ems do that. It is not clear...
  11. That could be. The piece I sliced up was about...

    That could be. The piece I sliced up was about 1" thick, and air dried indoors about a year at the time I cut it. The slices were stacked with paper towels for about 4 weeks before I tried my...
  12. Interesting. The cut is fairly smooth but II...

    Interesting. The cut is fairly smooth but II assumed a smoother surface would be needed for decent adhesion. These slices will be cut to shape and glued into a recess in a hardwood panel. ...
  13. Have to admit that I don't know the difference...

    Have to admit that I don't know the difference between veneer and facing.
  14. Is newsprint a significantly better choice than...

    Is newsprint a significantly better choice than paper towels ?
  15. Does veneer softener work on thick veneer?

    I tried my hand at cutting some thick (1/8") veneer from birch crotch, about 8" x 6". After cutting, I stacked the slices with some paper towels, mdf panels and some weight for 3-4 weeks. They came...
  16. Interesting suggestion. Now that I know this a 1...

    Interesting suggestion. Now that I know this a 1 man show and not all that successful, I wonder if Grizzly knows about him...
  17. Thanks for that search. I think that tells me...

    Thanks for that search. I think that tells me everything I need to know. I'll deal with Grizzly and their backlog.
  18. US Tool Depot - anyone do business with them?

    They have a Grizzzly part, or at least show they do, that Grizzly has back ordered for a while. I've never heard of this outfit. Their website is pretty basic so a little caution flag is waving in...
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    Beautiful work Dave. That ash burl bowl is...

    Beautiful work Dave. That ash burl bowl is stunning!
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    Nicely done John, and that is a gorgeous piece of...

    Nicely done John, and that is a gorgeous piece of walnut.



    ...The force seems to be particularly strong with you... ;)
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    +1. Very unique! Congrats on pulling that off...

    +1. Very unique! Congrats on pulling that off Julie.
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    Hickory is my first thought.

    Hickory is my first thought.
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    Congrats on a great recovery Sean! I think I...

    Congrats on a great recovery Sean! I think I would've passed with the motor being toast, but kudos on having the vision to see the value.
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    I was reading on the Milwaukee site that FUEL...

    I was reading on the Milwaukee site that FUEL tools are the top line brushless but there are brushless tools that are not FUEL.
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    Timely thread for me as my Dewalt impact drill...

    Timely thread for me as my Dewalt impact drill and batteries are at end of life. I like the Milwaukee brushless tools but the permutations of tools / brushless vs FEUL / battery pack configurations...
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