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    Thanks. That model is definitely narrow than I...

    Thanks. That model is definitely narrow than I need, but otherwise that's the general style I want.

    The Harvey saws are setup so the front bracket is actually just a single "straight" piece that...
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    That's probably exactly the design I want. You...

    That's probably exactly the design I want. You say your saw is an LT18? The base on that is apparently around 15" wide, so the axle on that one might not be long enough for my needs. Do you have a...
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    That base look more like what I want, although...

    That base look more like what I want, although the one I found on Amazon has a foot pedal style for the 3rd wheel rather than a Johnson bar. I'm expecting the saw to be a little tippy in this setup,...
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    That is indeed what I thought that model base...

    That is indeed what I thought that model base looked like. Unfortunately, that is the opposite of what I want. I want the fixed wheels at the bottom of the spine. Thanks for the offer, but that...
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    I just looked now and the product number you...

    I just looked now and the product number you provided is of the saw itself. The factory base setup for that seems to have the 2 fixed wheels in the "front" and the 3rd rotating wheel at the base of...
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    Thatís exactly what Iím looking for. Do you...

    Thatís exactly what Iím looking for. Do you happen to have pictures of the base you used to have? Iíve seen conflicting pictures for even the one you mentioned.

    I have full casters on a homemade...
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    Question for Laguna Bandsaw Owners

    Does anyone own a Laguna bandsaw whose base is approximately 18" wide? If so, what model is your saw? Additionally, if you have a semi-live skid base on your saw with 2 wheels on the spine side and...
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    Yeah, I was afraid of that, and I'm not sure I...

    Yeah, I was afraid of that, and I'm not sure I want to do that on something so new. When this was being installed I told the contractor that I would have to get back into that bay at a later date...
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    I don't see any exposed fasteners except the...

    I don't see any exposed fasteners except the nail(s) holding up the aluminum fascia. These pieces are not old; they were installed new back in September / October. I'm not overly keen on removing...
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    I remember seeing that video years ago! In fact,...

    I remember seeing that video years ago! In fact, that's the first thing I thought of when remembering that they made stair climbers.

    I called a local tool rental place this morning but all of the...
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    Removing vinyl soffit

    Anyone know how to remove (without damaging, and later replace) this vinyl soffit? I need to remove some of that soffit, do a little bit of work in the bay, and then replace the soffit. The pieces...
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    If I'm able to remove the motor and wheels as Rod...

    If I'm able to remove the motor and wheels as Rod suggests then it can probably come down on just my hand truck and without a ramp. I won't really know until I look at those parts later today.
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    I'm going to look at removing the motor and...

    I'm going to look at removing the motor and wheels later today when I get the unit off the shipping company's pallet. It does have cast iron wheels, so I imagine they weigh a decent amount on their...
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    Do you happen to know what model still allowed...

    Do you happen to know what model still allowed you to go down stairs even when the battery died?

    This is only one straight set of stairs, so no issues about turning.
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    I am definitely worried about the battery dying...

    I am definitely worried about the battery dying before completing the move; that would totally suck. lol

    By refrigerator dolly, do you just mean one with a second set of wheels that let you...
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    It's standing upright. The saw is about 72" tall...

    It's standing upright. The saw is about 72" tall on its own, and it arrives bolted to a pallet that's only slightly wider than the base of the saw. That was then placed on top of a larger...
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    The table is already off; it's packaged...

    The table is already off; it's packaged "separately" in a vertical position and I already carried it down into my basement. It probably weighs about 100-125 pounds on its own.

    I thought about...
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    Stair climber on steep stairs

    Anyone use one of those battery powered stair climbers (e.g. Powermate, Elektro Truck) to go down steep stairs? All the pictures and videos I see seem to be either on "typical" stairs (e.g. ~37...
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    What you're describing is probably best known as...

    What you're describing is probably best known as a "belt manlift".
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    We are basing this design off a piece we like,...

    We are basing this design off a piece we like, however we've only seen that piece online and not in any stores. So we only have overall dimensions and guesstimates for other parts of the design. We...
  21. This page from Rob Porcaro has some information...

    This page from Rob Porcaro has some information that might be helpful: https://www.rpwoodwork.com/blog/2014/12/31/jointer-parallelism/
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    Thanks. This piece will be stained darker...

    Thanks. This piece will be stained darker (assuming I make it; discussions are still ongoing), so a lighter background might be better. That's easily something we can test well ahead of time.
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    I'm going to mock up what I can with the...

    I'm going to mock up what I can with the cardboard we have. I'm sure we'll get more cardboard in soon enough. :)

    The mirror idea was scrapped, so it will just be plywood painted in a lighter...
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    The feet in the picture were just to show that it...

    The feet in the picture were just to show that it won't be sitting flat on the floor. The current plan is to have the feet be splayed / tapered over that short distance. That is, they would be 3-4"...
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    Ah, I can see where my original post would read...

    Ah, I can see where my original post would read as if I got the terms rails and stiles backwards. I am talking about the horizontal components; the rails. Namely, I'm talking about the two "in the...
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