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    Great looking bench, looking to build my first...

    Great looking bench, looking to build my first also.

    Nice Triumph, Speedmaster America?
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    In my profession, I have fixed/leveled out many,...

    In my profession, I have fixed/leveled out many, many floors (some much worse than yours). Dry pack, (3 parts coarse sand/1 part portland) would be the best for your job. Build the level screeds one...
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    Wayne, take a look at the C.A.Technologies...

    Wayne, take a look at the C.A.Technologies guns. I've been using the 'X-LOW AIR' version of the Lynx 100H for a few years now and I'm very happy with the finish that it can produce compared to my...
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    If you don't have any lumber yards in your area,...

    If you don't have any lumber yards in your area, you could try some cabinet shops. Sometimes they will sell lumber to the public.

    I think Cedar is to soft / weak for a table.
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    Have you tried using cobalt bits and cutting oil?

    Have you tried using cobalt bits and cutting oil?
  6. Thread: 1/2" Drill

    by Dave Rose
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    My Milwaukee 0234-6 has earned its keep. 18 years...

    My Milwaukee 0234-6 has earned its keep. 18 years @ 15+ bags per day, and its still going strong.

    I disagree about the "helical mixer" it will whip air into the thinset. The best mixer I have...
  7. opt in, Please

    opt in, Please
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    You don't have to cut your rails, maybe a couple...

    You don't have to cut your rails, maybe a couple of inches. I saw no good reason to remove the extension wing and mounted mine right to it.;)




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    Once set up, it is very...
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    Your math is correct. $5.40 per BF

    Your math is correct. $5.40 per BF
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    Open it up and try drying it with a hairdryer. It...

    Open it up and try drying it with a hairdryer. It worked for my cell phone.
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    That will get the Epinephrine flowing.

    That will get the Epinephrine flowing.
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    It depends on what youíre spraying. If itís...

    It depends on what youíre spraying. If itís small, like a picture frame, it would be fine. If itís a full set of kitchen cabinet doors, donít even try it.:cool:
  13. Thread: Thick door

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    You could just drill a larger hole in the 1x and...

    You could just drill a larger hole in the 1x and countersink the lock set into it. May look funny, but it would be cheap.
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    http://www.cherrytreetoys.com/prodinfo.asp?number=...

    http://www.cherrytreetoys.com/prodinfo.asp?number=380027-A
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    Impressive looking motor, whatís the HP on that...

    Impressive looking motor, whatís the HP on that little V4?
  16. Thread: Tree???

    by Dave Rose
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    paper mulberry

    paper mulberry
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    http://www.contractorsdirect.com/Makita-Power-Scra...

    http://www.contractorsdirect.com/Makita-Power-Scraper-HK1810

    Itís the tool for the job.

    If it is still adhered well, there is no reason to take up the old thinset, (mastic) just go...
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    Nice gloat.

    Any non-detergent, single viscosity oil, probably SAE 30 should due. But I would definitely use I-R T-30 synthetic oil if I had a compressor that sweet.:cool:
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    “built and assembled in Jackson, Tenn.” I...

    “built and assembled in Jackson, Tenn.”

    I love Delta again.
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    Very good reasoning. Get the SawStop.

    Very good reasoning. Get the SawStop.
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    Well, it gives one the ability to take slop out...

    Well, it gives one the ability to take slop out of the quill.

    On all the new DP I have checked including a PM2800 I was going to purchase, there was excessive sideways play with the quill...
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    Plus it has a split head. "very important" IMHO

    Plus it has a split head. "very important" IMHO
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    http://www.custombuildingproducts.com/ProductCatal...

    http://www.custombuildingproducts.com/ProductCatalog/SurfacePrep/WaterproofingAntiFractureMembranes/RedGard.aspx
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    http://www.spraygunworld.com/products/MotorGuard/M...

    http://www.spraygunworld.com/products/MotorGuard/Motorguard%20M30.htm

    It will give you .01 micron filtration for $55.00 using a toilet paper roll. I also use a cheap water trap as a 1st stage...
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    Hereís the owners manual. ...

    Hereís the owners manual.
    www.owwm.com/files/PDF/Craftsman/113-19771.pdf
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