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    Be careful of the threads on the adjuster. It...

    Be careful of the threads on the adjuster. It looks like this might be one that has been dropped on the adjuster knob, since the rod is bent. I bought an old one like this, and the threads were...
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    There looks to be a pretty severe back bevel on...

    There looks to be a pretty severe back bevel on that iron. Also, is the adjustable front part of the sole flush with the back part?
  3. Those saws look a lot like my users. With a good...

    Those saws look a lot like my users. With a good sharpening, they work as good as a high-dollar new one.
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    I also have a Centauro 600 that I changed the...

    I also have a Centauro 600 that I changed the tires on. I run them flat, but only run a 1" blade on this saw. My new tires came from SCM. After heating them with a heat gun, they went right on,...
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    30 should be giving plenty of room. I replaced...

    30 should be giving plenty of room. I replaced one of my irons with a Hock iron, and while it works just fine, square upper corners are a terrible idea for these block planes, and I wouldn't have...
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    My pair of lights came today. They give plenty...

    My pair of lights came today. They give plenty of light for fairly close work, like on a drill press, or bandsaw.
  7. I can see where that angling blade will pay off...

    I can see where that angling blade will pay off too!
  8. I use deep boxes where possible, for everything,...

    I use deep boxes where possible, for everything, and leave plenty of wire to connect the device, but a foot of wire is not needed.
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    I have two 12' pieces that I bought off of CL...

    I have two 12' pieces that I bought off of CL because they were cheap, still new rolls in boxes-one white, and one black. Laid out in the Sun, on plywood, and sawhorses, it flattens out fairly...
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    I'm still using a pair of those Cordovan ones...

    I'm still using a pair of those Cordovan ones that I bought new. Later models have fewer, and larger grooves under the iron. The two types of irons are not interchangeable in the different year...
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    I meant to use a hole saw to make the inserts?

    I meant to use a hole saw to make the inserts?
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    I used a Stearns saw vise like that for probably...

    I used a Stearns saw vise like that for probably 35 years before I found a larger one. It was my favorite one of that size, and worked fine.
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    I also only shave under my neck. Try the...

    I also only shave under my neck. Try the Skinguard razors. I forget the name brand. They are far different, and better than anything prior. That razor doesn't feel like it's doing anything, but...
  14. There were answers to your other thread, but it...

    There were answers to your other thread, but it looks like that thread was moved to another forum here.
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    Could you just cut the disposable inserts with a...

    Could you just cut the disposable inserts with a hole saw, without the centering drill, on the drill press?

    edited to add link to plug popper: https://vsctools.com/shop/the-plug-popper/
  16. Glad you found the part!

    Glad you found the part!
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    Bevel up on the low angle 60-1/2? Only the...

    Bevel up on the low angle 60-1/2? Only the 60-1/2 is a low angle. The 9-1/2 is not, but the iron still goes in the same way.

    The cap only has one possible position. There were two different...
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    This looks like a good place to start, not...

    This looks like a good place to start, not knowing anything about this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJArOKT2m6o

    Thanks too Steven. I'll look into that.
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    Okay. Might as well.

    Okay. Might as well.
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    Thanks. That's a good start on useful...

    Thanks. That's a good start on useful information. I usually put long runs of wire, and such, in black poly pipe, since it comes in long, continuous lengths. I can even use one really old black...
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    Expanding on this question, where to find direct...

    Expanding on this question, where to find direct burial fiber cable (but don't mind running conduit)? I have a mechanic shop 150 yards from the house, and a dock 200 yards from the house. I'd like...
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    I just ordered a pair too, thanks to this. They...

    I just ordered a pair too, thanks to this. They must have been very busy, because that was the slowest to process Amazon order I've done in a while.
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    I could very easily do without the chickens too,...

    I could very easily do without the chickens too, but most of us understand the "happy Wife" thing. Since I replaced the roof on the chicken house with standing seam metal last Spring, I guess we'll...
  24. I like Bert's plan. For hand fitting small...

    I like Bert's plan. For hand fitting small tenons, the little Iwasaki extreme fine file, is a wonderful tool.
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    If you have horses, opossums are not exactly...

    If you have horses, opossums are not exactly harmless. They are the only carriers of EPM. We have 150 acres of woodland, they are welcome to stay there, in complete freedom. Once they start coming...
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