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  1. Jim, I feel your pain with the roof. My barn...

    Jim, I feel your pain with the roof. My barn roof looks pretty much like your picture, and one section of the house roof is headed that way. Clearing the shading trees isn't gonna happen though. ...
  2. I recommend the 20V XR Brushless version. It...

    I recommend the 20V XR Brushless version. It drills very well, and drives very well with adjustable clutch. It has a hammer function that works quite well. If I were drilling masonry all day I'd...
  3. I have the XL and the small mortise kit from...

    I have the XL and the small mortise kit from Seneca. I do mostly power tool woodworking, but have and use hand tools when they are the best tool for the job. I went through many of the...
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    If you have a drill with a universal motor...

    If you have a drill with a universal motor (AC/DC) (many corded drills do) then a sewing machine pedal control will probably work. There's a chance the drill may require more current than the pedal...
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    Absolutely gorgeous! I'm certain I could not...

    Absolutely gorgeous! I'm certain I could not afford a bottle of wine that would be worthy of such a box.
  6. I use the powertec 2 1/2 hose to connect to my...

    I use the powertec 2 1/2 hose to connect to my stationary sanders. It's fairly light and flexible, but not to the point where it collapses under suction. The tradeoff with the lighter hoses is they...
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    I'd avoid water based finishes because they tend...

    I'd avoid water based finishes because they tend to swell MDF and make it rough, so a couple of coats of shellac followed by paste wax would be my suggestion. Oil based poly would be fine too, but...
  8. Might want to check with Wood Werks supply...

    Might want to check with Wood Werks supply (columbus). And check with local lumberyards; at least one near me has pickup/dropoff service with a local sharpening firm.
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    Gosh Rich, I shop at that store at least once a...

    Gosh Rich, I shop at that store at least once a week, often more. In fact, I've been getting get well cards from lowes and home depot since that store opened. I have certainly had my frustrations...
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    I forgot to mention that the Geo Worthington...

    I forgot to mention that the Geo Worthington company was headquartered in Cleveland and got started in the hardware business during the building of the Erie Canal. They were huge in the business of...
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    Measure the pilot hole with a drill bit. keys...

    Measure the pilot hole with a drill bit. keys with pilots down to 1/8 are pretty common. If it's smaller than that you are in for a search. Of course the tooth pitch needs to match up too.
  12. The most important thing to do to minimize...

    The most important thing to do to minimize warping is to laminate both surfaces; if you just laminate the top surface it will warp for sure. Doesn't have to be the exact same laminate on the bottom,...
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    I have no personal knowledge or experience to...

    I have no personal knowledge or experience to offer here, but happened to be perusing the Bad Axe dovetail saw page recently. They have a discussion of folded steel vs. Brass backs. Keeping in mind...
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    Out of all the repairs I've made to furniture...

    Out of all the repairs I've made to furniture over the years, I would say repairing problems with drawers is at or near the top in terms of number of repairs. They stick, the runners come loose or...
  15. While continuing to work on outdoor projects...

    While continuing to work on outdoor projects while the weather here is still so nice, I have been getting into the shop more. Last week I spent most of a day picking out and picking up cherry for...
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    The easiest would be to use a short piece of 6"...

    The easiest would be to use a short piece of 6" flex to make the slight bend; a few inches will add little restriction and will provide some vibration isolation also. If you use the type with smooth...
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    Local code adoption varies, but the 2015 IRC...

    Local code adoption varies, but the 2015 IRC (International Residential Code) instituted a requirement for blower door testing during new home construction. By pressurizing (or de-pressurizing, it...
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    I use the EDPM seals from Conservation...

    I use the EDPM seals from Conservation Technologies. Probably overkill for a shed, but since they have little "wings" they are likely more effective at stopping noise transmission through the gap. ...
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    You can also just plop down a piece of scrap to...

    You can also just plop down a piece of scrap to raise the work to a fresh spot on the sleeve....
  20. Digikey calls them strain relief bushings: ...

    Digikey calls them strain relief bushings: https://www.digikey.com/products/en/cables-wires-management/bushings-grommets/491?k=strain%20relief%20bushing
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    Yes, for leafy brush you want a shredder with...

    Yes, for leafy brush you want a shredder with hammers. DR makes several models (they make chippers too). I don't have experience with their shredders, but I have other DR products and find them...
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    So none of you here will be surprised that Rob...

    So none of you here will be surprised that Rob had his tech chief contact me and we resolved the issue. I had my browser locked down pretty tight and evidently it was blocking a cookie needed by the...
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    I can see the site and navigate ok, just can't...

    I can see the site and navigate ok, just can't check out. Lisa, tell me please...how do you go there and not buy anything? ;)
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    New Lee Valley Web Site

    Seems the roll out of the new site is not going completely smoothly. Have been trying to place an order all morning and the site just spins when I try to checkout. Tried a few different browsers...
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    I tend to prefer wider drawers. They are easy to...

    I tend to prefer wider drawers. They are easy to subdivide for organization, but also can accommodate things like 24" rules and squares, etc. Granted, one tends not to have many of these longer...
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