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  1. I believe you have an earlier version than the...

    I believe you have an earlier version than the one in the ad. Note the red locking handle on the ad.

    I have one like yours, that I got used, and haven't used it yet. Don't remember what I paid.
  2. I moved two full floor, custom made metal, 6X8'...

    I moved two full floor, custom made metal, 6X8' garden sheds using four old chain link fence posts. I had to go 100 feet, over some gravel and mostly grass. I laid down a sheet of OSB on the...
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    Don't see many on the street, but there is an...

    Don't see many on the street, but there is an annual weekend in Big Bear Lake where there are literally hundreds of them, including REAL Meyers Manx's.

    I see yours is not on the usual shortened...
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    I had a glass dune buggy in 1968 when they were...

    I had a glass dune buggy in 1968 when they were still pretty new. Bought it from a coworker for $800, who had just built it. 40 horse, we kept it till '74 and put a lot of desert miles on it.

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    Is the property accessible without going through...

    Is the property accessible without going through your property? Are you the only one who could benefit from it? How much will you benefit from it?

    If you have no real use for it other than...
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    Grommet under rail and stile bits?

    I have seen the Sommerfeld (CMT?) router bit videos, where he advocates using a grommet under the bit, and switches bits without adjustment. Neat, but I have never seen any info on whether other...
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    Thanks Bob, appreciate it.

    Thanks Bob, appreciate it.
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    Could you share the dimensions? I just happen to...

    Could you share the dimensions? I just happen to have a stack of Ash, and thinking of making a table.
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    Wonder if Galvin invented the Galvanometer, Which...

    Wonder if Galvin invented the Galvanometer, Which the Nazi's used as a lie detector, measuring skin moisture, later used by Scientology people.
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    Sticky: I'll take a stab at it. 1: John Wayne 2:...

    I'll take a stab at it.

    1: John Wayne
    2: Marilyn Monroe
    3: Jane Fonda
    4: ?
    5: Sean Connery
    6: ?
    7: Marty Robbins??
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    I have probably had a dozen RAS's, and the only...

    I have probably had a dozen RAS's, and the only time I had to adjust 'heel' was when I bought a used saw and someone had tried to adjust those three pesky little screws on the back of the yoke.
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    Looks like early 70's to me. If you are new to...

    Looks like early 70's to me. If you are new to RAS's that book should be a great help to you. One term you may not be familiar with is 'heel', which is very important to having the saw adjusted...
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    Great use of scraps, Steven. I use the same...

    Great use of scraps, Steven. I use the same drawer handles in my shop stuff too. It all started when I redid a kitchen in an old rental, which had those handles, and I keep getting more at garage...
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    1: Drill a hole in the center for router bit...

    1: Drill a hole in the center for router bit holders.

    2: Drill a hole deep enough to put a rare earth magnet in, and a couple holes on the rim for magnetic pencil holders.

    3: Make a carom...
  15. I had a benchtop version of that. Bought it from...

    I had a benchtop version of that. Bought it from my dad, and eventually gave it to my son. New in 1954, from Western Auto, I believe.

    I got a metal reading lamp with a clamp, meant for attaching...
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    My mom made oatmeal cookies hard as a rock. Dunk...

    My mom made oatmeal cookies hard as a rock. Dunk in milk and gnaw your way through it. Love them that way.
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    Thanks Ron, We have a pretty good...

    Thanks Ron,

    We have a pretty good understanding about trusts and the succession of trustees. It worked well with my parents properties, ours are also in trust, with things pre designated for the...
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    This..........^^^^

    This..........^^^^
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    Thanks for the answers and info. I would love to...

    Thanks for the answers and info. I would love to turn it into a different use, but it is so difficult in CA, that I hesitate to even try. I might be able to turn it into a used car lot, without...
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    I assume you mean mobile BASE? Grizzly makes a...

    I assume you mean mobile BASE?

    Grizzly makes a really nice HD base. I have one under a sander and it is great.

    I have a Delta base (three wheel type) under an old unisaw, and don't like the...
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    Congrats on the health. Mentioned before, but...

    Congrats on the health. Mentioned before, but don't miss the train trip at Skagway. We also learned reindeer could 'see' grass under the snow.
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    Tax question

    Now that it is tax season, I have a question for the experts.

    I own an auto repair shop, which I have owned and rented out for 16 years. I am thinking about selling it, and my brother tells me...
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    Waay off base, not worth half that. Only half...

    Waay off base, not worth half that. Only half the important rail is there, in sad shape, and the rear one is missing. Too bad you are not local, as I am gonna be selling one in a few months.
  24. I also have the 7790 in my shop. I have had at...

    I also have the 7790 in my shop. I have had at least 8 different saws, including 12" Delta turret and an older (GE?) DeWalt, and this one is my keeper.

    The much loved older DeWalts are great saws...
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    Well, it's been a month since I started this...

    Well, it's been a month since I started this thread, so I thought I would update.

    As mentioned, I paid $5.05 for regular at my Costco a month ago.

    Today, it is $5.19. Same Costco. Just...
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