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    I'm sure it will work nicely. In the 47 years...

    I'm sure it will work nicely.

    In the 47 years of use of the Eclipse guide, I don't believe the wheel or any stone it's rolled on has suffered from use. It's a good theory though, but just a...
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    I don't think there is a substitute for angle...

    I don't think there is a substitute for angle iron to keep legs close to the floor. It's sold in short lengths in box stores, Tractor Supply, and Ace hardware. You can cut it with a hacksaw, and...
  3. I don't own a 45, but do own a couple of 55's. ...

    I don't own a 45, but do own a couple of 55's. They're no harder to use for grooving than a 45.

    My favorite plane for grooving is a grooving molding plane with the metal skate. I just bought one...
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    Whatever the design, I wouldn't raise it any more...

    Whatever the design, I wouldn't raise it any more than absolutely necessary. Beyond that, easy to move, which means good sized wheels with good bearings, and easy to lock in place securely.
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    I guess they were getting ready to build a...

    I guess they were getting ready to build a stretched version of that plane.
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    There are a number of ways to get to the same...

    There are a number of ways to get to the same point. There is obviously a lot of personal preference. I sharpened only on oilstones for several decades, and after that started trying different...
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    John, I would think someone would want it. I'd...

    John, I would think someone would want it. I'd advertise it both on CL, and machinerytrader. It's a good time to sell anything.
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    You can get a plain cover for that box, and just...

    You can get a plain cover for that box, and just leave it to be for something in the future.
  9. Looks great, and I'm sure will be enjoyed for a...

    Looks great, and I'm sure will be enjoyed for a very long time!!
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    Good grief. It's what they're there for.

    Good grief. It's what they're there for.
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    I guess maybe they shouldn't call them "Hoist...

    I guess maybe they shouldn't call them "Hoist Holes".:eek:
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    Mobile base for 24" bandsaw

    I do intend to paint this one, but need to use it, and wanted to see how it worked, so I'm going with another Rat Rod version for a while. This is now the easiest to move woodworking machine I have....
  13. 3 ah is plenty for a drill and driver, but once...

    3 ah is plenty for a drill and driver, but once you get to other tools, such as a reciprocating saw (Sawzall) the 3's are not enough to do much work, and probably hard on the batteries. If you need...
  14. You're not going to hurt that one with straps. ...

    You're not going to hurt that one with straps. I'd put them over any part of the main frame, but not the bed or grinder. Did it come with the grinder motor, and jointer stone?
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    Every category 3 or 4 tractor I've ever seen has...

    Every category 3 or 4 tractor I've ever seen has that kind of hitch. I've only ever pulled the 15' batwing mower hooked like the one in that picture, or grading blade with that 3 pt.

    I'm not...
  16. Back when I was young, poor, and limited in...

    Back when I was young, poor, and limited in equipment, I kept several lengths of 2" galvanized pipe for such uses, along with a 5' strong pry bar. I had a 16" Powermatic planer that I had bought at...
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    Back when we first started on this place, I had a...

    Back when we first started on this place, I had a category 1 tractor. I put a quick hitch on it. The trouble then was that I didn't have a really flat place to leave all the implements. If the...
  18. This makes me wish I needed another no. 4.

    This makes me wish I needed another no. 4.
  19. The only grinding I do is to get a damaged edge...

    The only grinding I do is to get a damaged edge back to the point that it can be honed correctly, all the way across. None of my plane irons have seen a grinder for over a decade. The chisels that...
  20. Almost anything that doesn't go well today, will...

    Almost anything that doesn't go well today, will go easily tomorrow.
  21. Any windows?

    Any windows?
  22. I wouldn't be scared of doing them in place, but...

    I wouldn't be scared of doing them in place, but I wouldn't send an employee to do it. My fingers are in an odd place in this picture because the girl taking the picture asked me to stop in the...
  23. I use plumbers epoxy putty (just because it's...

    I use plumbers epoxy putty (just because it's easy to get in the plumbing section of box stores), and thin sandwich wrap as a release. I get the thin sandwich wrap from Subway because it's thinner...
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    I don't mind using Stablebraid (Bull rope for...

    I don't mind using Stablebraid (Bull rope for tree work) for some lifting. 5/8" is rated at something over 16,000 pounds. I keep a piece tied to a shackle on the end of a section of 3/8's chain. ...
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    I use the slip hook with keeper for such things...

    I use the slip hook with keeper for such things as those lifting tongs, and things like this grubber:
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