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    Strap wrench.

    Strap wrench.
  2. Moisture Cure Urethane floor finish. Probably...

    Moisture Cure Urethane floor finish. Probably not available in California, as it has every solvent on the dangerous list in it.
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    And the 10" saws take up so little room that I...

    And the 10" saws take up so little room that I now have two of them. One keeps an 1/8" blade with stabilizer, and the other a 1/4". They don't ask for too much space to need to get rid of the 14",...
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    My newest LXT driver was like that too. I just...

    My newest LXT driver was like that too. I just kept a T25 (the most used bit) in it, and used the old one for changing bits. The newer one finally loosened up after using it for a while. If it was...
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    I was thinking that if I was buying some, my...

    I was thinking that if I was buying some, my first choice would be Felco, but I checked, and they don't make grass shears. With that not an option, I guess the first choice would be Berger.
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    False lower face rail actually part of drawer...

    False lower face rail actually part of drawer bottoms, and one drawer instead of two, as it appears. Bottom rail becomes pull. It could still have a divider between the two drawer sections for...
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    My hard drive "reader" is just a cord with...

    My hard drive "reader" is just a cord with different types of plugs on it. The hard drive doesn't need to be in a case. They just sit on the desk, and even can stack multiples.
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    You can get a hard drive reader pretty cheap from...

    You can get a hard drive reader pretty cheap from Newegg. It plugs into the drive, and a port on your computer. Then just copy what folders you want onto the new hard drive. Notice what interface...
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    My current drivers license is good through my...

    My current drivers license is good through my 73rd birthday without glasses. I hope my eyes will be able to pass next time too. So far, so good. In my younger years, I was always ever so slightly...
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    For a lot of oddball things, I find these...

    For a lot of oddball things, I find these polyester backed abrasive sheets to be very handy-not the PSA backed ones. ...
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    Another vote for Formica.

    Another vote for Formica.
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    I set my water stones on edge, and sharpen on the...

    I set my water stones on edge, and sharpen on the side (now up) of the stones. That gives the tangs plenty of room to hang down, if needed. The sides of the water stones can be flattened, just like...
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    When I'm going to finish over pins, I make sure...

    When I'm going to finish over pins, I make sure the gun is shooting them below the surface, and use only stainless steel pins, so I can put a drop of water over them without leaving a rusty spot. ...
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    Nice looking timber framing joinery Scott!!!

    Nice looking timber framing joinery Scott!!!
  15. Thread: Old tool?

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    I did a Google search for "1/8" pilot chuck key",...

    I did a Google search for "1/8" pilot chuck key", for an example, and a bunch came up.
    https://www.mscdirect.com/product/details/60911518

    I found this one in a similar way. That's a glove size L...
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    I thought that would be the way it worked out. ...

    I thought that would be the way it worked out. I feel certain that you will be pleased with the new blade.
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    I use an old, metal filing cabinet to keep my...

    I use an old, metal filing cabinet to keep my helmets, face shields, and some other welding stuff in. I'm sure it's not totally insect, and dustproof, but I haven't had any trouble with either. The...
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    I've had nothing but perfect blades, with perfect...

    I've had nothing but perfect blades, with perfect welds from them. Something probably happened to that band before it was welded, and not necessarily there. I've never had to contact them for any...
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    I have some of both, but that's all I remember...

    I have some of both, but that's all I remember about them. I do know which saw does what cut the best.
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    I want one of those big'uns with the crank handle...

    I want one of those big'uns with the crank handle feed. I still use a couple of RAS's, with only the same guard shown on the single blades. My outfeed tables in my tablesaws don't have slots in...
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    I have a good one, and one of the 50 buck ones...

    I have a good one, and one of the 50 buck ones from Northern Tool. The cheap one works fine, but does have a smaller window, which doesn't often matter.
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    The few times I've done it, a good, long level...

    The few times I've done it, a good, long level was plenty good enough. If you can straighten two long boards after adjusting a jointer, and they fit together perfectly, that's a good enough test for...
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    I can see where the new format is better for the...

    I can see where the new format is better for the small screen of a phone. From my first purchase with the new system, I can also see that it's a good thing for me that I've never bought anything...
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    I was able to place an order, no problem. The...

    I was able to place an order, no problem. The only issue I had in checkout was that it took about 25 seconds each for the month and year boxes to become ready to accept entries. I may have missed...
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    It seemed obviously dumb, but now, I'm not so...

    It seemed obviously dumb, but now, I'm not so sure. That electric company did not reverse the charge. The lady I talked to there was very rude, and didn't want to bother with it, just like that...
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