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    I have the LN size medium, that bronze rooster...

    I have the LN size medium, that bronze rooster tail of a handle does fine for my arthritic joints, but i can't compare it to any of the others. A2 blade, well built, I don't use it a lot, but when I...
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    Preach it brother!

    Preach it brother!
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    The four footer is generous for regular grilling,...

    The four footer is generous for regular grilling, even with meat and vegetable. I did pizza's tonight, it was a bit crowded but with the peel down below it wasn't too bad.
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    Could the "three Americans" be walnut, maple and...

    Could the "three Americans" be walnut, maple and cherry? Just an idea.
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    I went back and added pegs on the stretchers...

    I went back and added pegs on the stretchers tonight. Right now I have 20 days and 21.5 hours to serve a 120# pig to 200 guests, carpentry is more of a sideshow than a hobby at this point, or rather...
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    Holy cow man!! I will go crawl back in my hole...

    Holy cow man!! I will go crawl back in my hole now. Nice work!
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    At Greg's brilliant suggestion I am using plain...

    At Greg's brilliant suggestion I am using plain old regular plywood foot spacers to get my primed and painted end grain out of ground contact. Cheap, replaceable, they should help the tables last...
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    Dunno about ideal. I got the seasonally (often...

    Dunno about ideal. I got the seasonally (often around Christmas time) "woodworkers set", 300, 600, 1200 and 4000, with the rubberblocks on bolts stone holder included in the kit price.

    It works...
  9. I'll guess 50 to 100 bf and wait for a chair...

    I'll guess 50 to 100 bf and wait for a chair builder. 7bf isn't enough for a whole chair, I am sure of that.
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    I was kinda trying to talk myself into talking my...

    I was kinda trying to talk myself into talking my wife into letting me drop $200 on a Barr fatboy framing slick.

    But I have been paying real close attention to my process the last few days and...
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    Thank you Greg Parrish!! I made three sets, one...

    Thank you Greg Parrish!! I made three sets, one for each table. Brilliant like a Guinness! Thanks. One set is already on the ground under s/n #2.

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    My third build is underway. I am...
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    I am with Fred. We will be over in about two...

    I am with Fred. We will be over in about two hours to play with the fire truck. Could grandma make some fresh cookies?
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    I know all y'all are a bunch of enablers, but...

    I know all y'all are a bunch of enablers, but what about the tool you probably should buy because you probably will use it a lot, but it is kind of expensive and you can limp long without it a little...
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    How far down from the top edge of the drawer i...

    How far down from the top edge of the drawer i the groove?

    A slider for remote controls would be brilliant but I suspect there isn't vertical room for that.

    How about just build a slider now...
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    It looks like one of the 4x4s I got two legs out...

    It looks like one of the 4x4s I got two legs out of twisted up between having laps cut into it and assembly. Now I know why so many of you rough cut to width and thickness - and length- a couple...
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    couple pics. The second one went together...

    couple pics.

    The second one went together almost an inch out of square. I drug it back indoors while the glue was still wet, it took 7 of the 8 ratchet strap I own to get it square against my...
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    Yah, I have been keeping an eye on Ken's build. ...

    Yah, I have been keeping an eye on Ken's build.

    I am not really looking for take down. I cook outdoors right up to the Christmas turkey and maybe don't cook much until the Valentine's Day...
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    Well, I know Lowell knows a bunch and I want to...

    Well, I know Lowell knows a bunch and I want to pick his brain, I guess we'll have to wait on that one. I do have the Veritas saw file holder, good tool.
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    Lowell, can you give us some free text on what...

    Lowell, can you give us some free text on what you linked to in the post above? When I click it takes me to an "enter your search string" page at Lee Valley.


    Found a new grind useful lately. ...
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    The dilemma I see is going to be keeping metal...

    The dilemma I see is going to be keeping metal bits out of your wood projects. If you don't have Chris Schwarz's book I highly recommend it. In the very back he has a chapter on bench accessories,...
  21. You might ougtha talk to Pete at vintagesaws.com...

    You might ougtha talk to Pete at vintagesaws.com . He goes by Pete Taran here.

    I have a hard time justifying more than five saws of the not backed variety. Never mind tenon saws and dovetail...
  22. How long do you think Levittown, PA is going to...

    How long do you think Levittown, PA is going to remain standing? Westminster (c 1399 AD) is still going strong.
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    I got all my joints pegged this afternoon and all...

    I got all my joints pegged this afternoon and all the metal fasteners out. I bored to 1.5 inches since all the laps were 0.75, no point in going deeper. Got started priming tall exposed end grain...
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    I changed out the short bearers today, from 14"...

    I changed out the short bearers today, from 14" 2x4 to 24 inch 2x6. And I made all the long pieces, and I got it all glued up. I am thinking tomorrow I will bore it and glue in pegs before I take...
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    Thanks for the pointers John. It was decided...

    Thanks for the pointers John. It was decided yesterday my team will be doing a whole pig ~120# on August 24. I have a little time, l but I don't have a lot of time. My current plan is to chop the...
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