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    If you run the wire yourself, dig the trench...

    If you run the wire yourself, dig the trench before buying the wire. Measure carefully, and get enough to have some to throw away, or you're sure to come up short, which you don't want to do.
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    Yes, standard blades fit, and there is plenty of...

    Yes, standard blades fit, and there is plenty of room in the easily opened, but stays closed while using, handle, to store several more in a protected edge fashion.

    To remove a blade, and insert...
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    Ask in the Chainsaw forum, on the Forestryforum. ...

    Ask in the Chainsaw forum, on the Forestryforum. Someone there will know about that specific saw.
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    I'm sure I own every one posted here, and others,...

    I'm sure I own every one posted here, and others, but only one each of those, bought on trial. This is my favorite, and I keep them in a number of different places.
    ...
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    Can you show the curve, and sweep of the Adze? ...

    Can you show the curve, and sweep of the Adze? I've been looking for a particular one, with no luck, for years.

    edited to add: Nevermind. I'll take it, and should be able to modify it. It...
  6. I do, but I'll have to look to see what make, and...

    I do, but I'll have to look to see what make, and model it is. I used it to prove that there was an old doorway in a plastered over, late 18th Century wall. That was through pretty thick plaster,...
  7. I've used that Franklin 710, since they first...

    I've used that Franklin 710, since they first came out with it. It's the best tool ever for putting up crown molding. You can use one hand to hold it, and the molding, while it pushes the molding...
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    I bought that PAX dovetail saw, and a 26" rip...

    I bought that PAX dovetail saw, and a 26" rip saw, back in the 1970's. They're okay. That fine toothed little saw really has never been very useful. I never considered either saw to be very...
  9. Sometimes, it's easier to just make new doors.

    Sometimes, it's easier to just make new doors.
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    Just bumping this up, so I'll remember to check...

    Just bumping this up, so I'll remember to check when this ice storm passes.
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    If you will send me the plane iron, and...

    If you will send me the plane iron, and chipbreaker to your 4-1/2, I'll sharpen, and prepare them for you, and send them back to you for no charge, including shipping. That way, you can experience...
  12. The old, blue handled Marples, and Record chisels...

    The old, blue handled Marples, and Record chisels are my daily users. If they weren't capable, I'd be using something else. I have no experience with them since Irwin bought the company.
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    The bit is not keeping up with the motor rpm's,...

    The bit is not keeping up with the motor rpm's, so it's moving in the collet. Try taking 1/4" bites.
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    I'd pay a hundred, just for the 1/8".

    I'd pay a hundred, just for the 1/8".
  15. Think you're getting pretty good at joinery?

    Since I'm sure this wasn't done with power tools, this should be the correct forum:

    http://www.balkanarchitecture.org/slovenia/tirosek2.php
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    I put in one in a rental house, for installation...

    I put in one in a rental house, for installation of a new air handler. I don't remember the brand, or even what I paid for it, but it wouldn't have been That much, or I would have remembered. It's...
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    Do twenty more, before buying anything else.

    Do twenty more, before buying anything else.
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    Does the shaft have runout without the wheel on...

    Does the shaft have runout without the wheel on it? If not, I'd send the wheel back. I think this picture is from 2014, and it still runs that true.
  19. Woodworking is not a hobby for me. Main hobbies...

    Woodworking is not a hobby for me. Main hobbies are sailboat racing, and horses. But with those two things as hobbies, my main "hobby" is maintaining the horse farm on a nice lake. Trails do cross...
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    Every part for these is usually available on ebay.

    Every part for these is usually available on ebay.
  21. Kind of like transparent aluminum in that Star...

    Kind of like transparent aluminum in that Star Trek movie?
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    The last shop that I had with a wood floor in it,...

    The last shop that I had with a wood floor in it, I used no.2 2-1/4" Oak flooring. I just left it unfinished. That was decades ago, but I'd do it again. It was cheap then, but I have no idea what...
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    I also like the Flexilla 3/8" hose. The threaded...

    I also like the Flexilla 3/8" hose. The threaded ends freaked me out a little, to start with, since they're plastic, but I haven't had the first problem with them.

    I don't like the almost clear...
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    The closer the steps, the fewer total strokes it...

    The closer the steps, the fewer total strokes it takes, but there's still not much difference in total time it takes. Closer steps make the biggest difference in flattening backs, where you're...
  25. But my favorite screwdrivers for electrical work...

    But my favorite screwdrivers for electrical work are made by Wiha. The small end of the handle lets you spin them faster with your fingers, and the handle overall is very nice. No harm in the...
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