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  1. Right, I forgot about the motor.

    Right, I forgot about the motor.
  2. Some like the SawStop outfeed, but I do not. The...

    Some like the SawStop outfeed, but I do not. The open frame construction makes it useless for anything but an outfeed & I need that space for assembly as well. Mine is torsion box construction faced...
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    No stain that exists will make maple look like...

    No stain that exists will make maple look like rosewood. the grain of the 2 is just too different. About the best match would be to spray both woods with a heavily pigmented (think semi-transparent)...
  4. Jobsite saws come with so many compromises that...

    Jobsite saws come with so many compromises that are intended to make the saw easily portable. The only reason that would compel me to get one would be if I needed to regularly move it to & from job...
  5. I know his intentions were good, I just couldn't...

    I know his intentions were good, I just couldn't resist.
  6. Haha! That's funny. Do you really think Delta...

    Haha! That's funny. Do you really think Delta tech support (if such a thing even exists) will actually be of any help? Particularly if it's not a current model.
  7. Thread: saw stop

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    That actually is a valid concern. When it's all...

    That actually is a valid concern. When it's all packaged from the factory, it's doable for 1 person to get it out of the bed of a pickup. Getting it back up there would be a lot harder.
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    There's been a lot of good comments here, but I...

    There's been a lot of good comments here, but I think this sums up the situation perfectly. Good advice.
  9. I have a 6" duct going to the cabinet base & a...

    I have a 6" duct going to the cabinet base & a 2.5" flex that drops down from an OH 6" duct for the blade guard. Dust collection is just about perfect, top and bottom. This is backed up by a particle...
  10. That's interesting and something I'd not have...

    That's interesting and something I'd not have thought would work. I'll try it next time I have to get a spot of grease out.
  11. Thread: saw stop

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    I suspect the holes not lining up is a matter of...

    I suspect the holes not lining up is a matter of incorrect assembly or perhaps the wrong part being used. My experience is that they build their saws to a very high standard of fit & finish and...
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    There are many downsides to having the blade so...

    There are many downsides to having the blade so low and the only upside is that there is less blade sticking up to bite you. Buy one should always be using a blade guard, so having the blade stick up...
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    This is exactly correct. It's all about the...

    This is exactly correct. It's all about the temperature. I've tried brining, but that can result meat that is technically juicier, but it can also be kinda watery. I do give the bird a good rub with...
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    Questionable naming aside, I think of all the...

    Questionable naming aside, I think of all the former "big three" American car makers, Ford has got its finger on the pulse of the market the best. The just keep churning out really good vehicles that...
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    Our definitions of a properly done turkey are...

    Our definitions of a properly done turkey are obviously very different. While the legs & thighs will at least be edible at 200, the breast meat will be very dry & tough. Think the turkey from...
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    That's a good lookin' bird.

    That's a good lookin' bird.
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    I made one of those using a pair of 4" casters....

    I made one of those using a pair of 4" casters. Works great. The crazy horse would be wonderful, but it's a huge space hog to store & use.
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    In it's day, the Maverick was the laughing stock...

    In it's day, the Maverick was the laughing stock of domestic cars. I think only the Pinto & Vega were more universally derided. My brother had one & it was a real turd.
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    Rather than guess at how many minutes/kg, or...

    Rather than guess at how many minutes/kg, or pound, I use a meat thermometer. You always know just exactly how done it is. For the juiciest meat, the breast in particular, you want to walk the line...
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    Sorry, that makes no sense at all to me. North...

    Sorry, that makes no sense at all to me. North America means North America. What's ambiguous or deceptive about that? USA, despite the opinions of some, is not the center of the universe. Everyone...
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    You bring up a good point, but I think this may...

    You bring up a good point, but I think this may be a regional thing. The humidity levels here (Calgary) are generally quite low & it's not often that there's enough condensation on a glass that it...
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    Sometimes my feet get swollen too, but I'm...

    Sometimes my feet get swollen too, but I'm sticking with men's shoes :)
  23. Thanks for the offer. I'd love to take you up on...

    Thanks for the offer. I'd love to take you up on it, but Calgary is a fair drive away :)

    Just a thought, have you contacted the manufacturer for ideas? They might even be able to hook you up with...
  24. I just had a look at their website. Wow, they...

    I just had a look at their website. Wow, they make some gorgeous speakers. If they sound half as good as they look...
  25. The trick will be to get the patch to blend...

    The trick will be to get the patch to blend nicely with the surrounding area. I do not believe that it's possible to pour something in & have it level out. It's going to have to be slightly...
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