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  1. I wear very expensive "tennis " shoes from...

    I wear very expensive "tennis " shoes from Academy in the $25 section and wear those til they fall apart. I do have 2 old leather desk chairs that I use whenever I can do work sitting down. I also...
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    Thanks for the compliments! The flooring is a...

    Thanks for the compliments!
    The flooring is a vinyl flooring that simulates the handscraped look. Very easy to clean.
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    Half-S Workbench

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    I've been meaning to install the 52-1/2D Record vise (made in England) I restore a while back. I finally made a laminated top using Lowes 2 x 4's (trimmed in walnut). Well it's ...
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    I did this a few years back in Mesquite. I also...

    I did this a few years back in Mesquite. I also carved a horses head for a broomstick horse.
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    Do you have a link on bags?

    Do you have a link on bags?
  6. Tom Dixon, just curious on the size and flow...

    Tom Dixon, just curious on the size and flow capabilities of your dust collector.
  7. They did a few years back when I bought one for a...

    They did a few years back when I bought one for a Powermatic 6" jointer. It's still in the shipping box.
  8. Thanks. Good pic.

    Thanks. Good pic.
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    One of my K-body's sliding head broke and they...

    One of my K-body's sliding head broke and they sent me a free clamp, one of the newer ones with padded handles. The only problem is I still have a broken clamp! lol
  10. New revelation: I was talking to the guy I...

    New revelation: I was talking to the guy I originally got the vise from and he says he has found a box that has the missing parts!! So one problem solved. Thanks to all of you that responded and sent...
  11. Thanks David. This helps a lot. Gilbert

    Thanks David. This helps a lot.
    Gilbert
  12. Here's a couple pics of the front and it's ...

    Here's a couple pics of the front and it's backside. See if you have the parts needed.

    If someone has the same vise, can you take a close up pic of the front and back of the quick release knob...
  13. I've attach pic from Amazon. Looks like dog may...

    I've attach pic from Amazon. Looks like dog may work. Don't know if they will sell parts.

    Mike, do you have a vise you are parting out?
    Thanks
  14. The Record 52 1/2 D is a woodworking vise. Made...

    The Record 52 1/2 D is a woodworking vise. Made in England probably 20+ years ago.
  15. Parts for a "Made in England" 52 1/2 D Woodworking vise?

    I have an old Record 52 1/2 D vise that is missing the sliding dog and parts related to the lever on the front of the vise. Will parts from the new 52 1/2D vise fit the older "Made in England" vise?...
  16. On my Stubby lathe I use ratcheting machine...

    On my Stubby lathe I use ratcheting machine leveling casters with a 600# capacity each. My lathe does provide a mounting point so I used a piece of Baltic Birch plywood to attach the casters (...
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    Same here on Dewalt 18v cordless that has the...

    Same here on Dewalt 18v cordless that has the battery adapter for newer 20v Li batteries. Use it when I'm trimming 12 ft boards in my back storage garage as it doesn't have power.
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    I would go with a 3/4' system especially if you...

    I would go with a 3/4' system especially if you make a complete loop around your shop.
    In my case, I bought the 3/4" system (Rapidair Maxline kit). Seeing that was was going to need additional...
  19. My favorite wood to build casework is cherry...

    My favorite wood to build casework is cherry plywood with cherry hardwood for doors, drawer fronts and trim.
    Here's casework for the study.
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    Did the same, started with a steel frame and...

    Did the same, started with a steel frame and added wood sides and drawers. Here's an initial pic during construction. I have since added a movable 4 ft fence and an evaluated switch on the...
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    Please register me. Thanks

    Please register me. Thanks
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    Yes, I was referring to frame of the bandsaw...

    Yes, I was referring to frame of the bandsaw itself. The current motor frame is a steel sheet with slotted holes for a 56 frame motor. The old bandsaw calculates to a speed of 2172 fpm with 1725 rpm...
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    1-1/2 hp on a 1951 Delta Milwaukee?

    I currently have an old Delta 3/4 hp, 1725 rpm motor that appears to be original. Is the frame structure strong enough to run a 1-1/2 hp motor, 3450 rpm motor? I realise I will have reduce the...
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    Wasn't there some recall or tech bulletin from...

    Wasn't there some recall or tech bulletin from Dewalt concerning slower feed rates being related to the chain / gears problems. I talked to their service rep about it and they sent me parts to...
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    I had the DW735 for over 5 years and for the...

    I had the DW735 for over 5 years and for the money, it can't be beat. I sold it after I bought the PM209HH that I bought after we built a new house and left all the built-ins and book shelves in the...
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