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    Whiteside, Amanda, Freud.

    Whiteside, Amanda, Freud.
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    Sweet looking restoration. I find pivoting jaws...

    Sweet looking restoration. I find pivoting jaws work well for me in the ways that I use this vise (mine is a short-jaw knock-off from Garret Wade).

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    The little magnet...
  3. That does not appear to be a magnetic starter on...

    That does not appear to be a magnetic starter on that saw so yes, if the switch is in the "on" position, it will start. The switch does allow for a pin or lock to lock-out (secure) the switch if you...
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    Similar to others. A platform, a track and a...

    Similar to others. A platform, a track and a rider that secures. I used a set-screw to fix the position. I threaded a hole and spin in a sharpened piece of threaded stock as a pivot. I allowed...
  5. Iíll just caution that some chain paths involve...

    Iíll just caution that some chain paths involve more slack than one might think should be there. I would call grizzly and confirm what the chain path should look like when normal. There is nothing...
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    Too true. This is a perfect place to use an...

    Too true. This is a perfect place to use an aluminum and plastic jobsite saw.
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    Here's a snapshot from the article:
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    The only trouble I have with rust in the desert...

    The only trouble I have with rust in the desert basin area is when the dew point hits and a layer of dust is on the cast iron surfaces. The dust holds the moisture and . . . well, you know. When I...
  9. Makita GCS Rail Connector Wrench Stash

    Maybe I'm just ham-handed but, it seems like half the time when I dump the rail connectors out of the little storage tube I drop the wrench. Makita did a good job of providing a storage spot for the...
  10. What is a car doing in your shop!?! :D I'm...

    What is a car doing in your shop!?! :D

    I'm with Jim. I never knew how much I enjoyed my detached garage shop with the door hidden until I moved into suburbia and had a shop with the door facing...
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    Good info so far. I have a 60T that I use for...

    Good info so far. I have a 60T that I use for hard woods like ash, white oak and maples. I switch to an 80T for softer things like walnut. Using a sled with ZCI's in the bed and the fence help. ...
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    I believe Jim is referring to direction of...

    I believe Jim is referring to direction of airflow versus the male/female connection.
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    Arise . . . oh long dead thread . . . and speak...

    Arise . . . oh long dead thread . . . and speak again . . .

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    Beautifully done. That will be a workhorse.

    Beautifully done. That will be a workhorse.
  15. Bingo. You have an example of empirical evidence...

    Bingo. You have an example of empirical evidence of this reality ;-)
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    I thought the post was funny and enjoyed it ;-)

    I thought the post was funny and enjoyed it ;-)
  17. Mops are great for irregular shapes but, not so...

    Mops are great for irregular shapes but, not so great at stock removal. That is, they are more of a 'finishing sander' than a 'shaping' sander. If you are just trying to knock the outer film off or...
  18. This falls under the "remodel" or "build new"...

    This falls under the "remodel" or "build new" scenario. As others have mentioned, building new is often easier and more effective than remodeling.
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    Another California Air fan here. Looks like the...

    Another California Air fan here. Looks like the Kobalt uses the same basic design. Isn't it nice to not jump out of your skin when the air compressor kicks on? There's just a sort of "thrummmm",...
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    I’ll have to look at mine but, with the fine...

    I’ll have to look at mine but, with the fine height adjustment threads engaged this should not be possible, yes?
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    Lee Valley’s triangle shaped burnisher makes this...

    Lee Valley’s triangle shaped burnisher makes this a breeze.
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    Congratulations. I’ll just say what I usually...

    Congratulations. I’ll just say what I usually say; after nearly 4 decades of dreaming in octal and hex I find imperial very relaxing mentally.
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    I don't run into the situation often and so use a...

    I don't run into the situation often and so use a low cost solution. Mine happens to be the DeWalt but other option are similarly proced. I use the short drills shown in split and brad point. ...
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    I placed my front and end vice screws as far...

    I placed my front and end vice screws as far apart as I could.

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    I have had no reason to question this choice ;-)

    If the 16" OC (or so) positions do not leave you enough jaw to...
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