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    I think that sums it up nicely

    I think that sums it up nicely
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    I respectfully disagree. There is nothing to...

    I respectfully disagree.
    There is nothing to suggest that a new blade cuts straight, regardless of angle
    A blade cuts straight if it is adjusted to do so. Just being new and sharp does not...
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    There are always going to be times when one needs...

    There are always going to be times when one needs to go and buy project supplies. Trying to minimize the frequency of having to travel to the store was the point.
    I'm guessing you didn't make one...
  4. Old cell phones and tablets are good shop tools...

    Old cell phones and tablets are good shop tools for magnifying and taking quick photos of work.
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    This needs to be repeated often and loudly....

    This needs to be repeated often and loudly.
    Thank you for spelling it out John.
    I have been trying to convey the same message for the past 20 years but bad habits run deep.

    I am still perplexed...
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    I have a pair of fencing pliers like to pair...

    I have a pair of fencing pliers like to pair shown but in Jim's circumstance they aren't that helpful.
    Trying to pry a staple or nail horizontally from a round post is a PITA and usually does more...
  7. My mind does not work like that. Everyone on...

    My mind does not work like that.
    Everyone on this and other similar forums is here to help in one way or another not scam others.
    I really don't know what posses people to exploit others kindness...
  8. If you have a photo and dimensions, I'm not sure...

    If you have a photo and dimensions, I'm not sure what you're looking for.
    As long as the top and bottom are parallel, the angle can be anything you like, and easily changed to adjust height or...
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    I always have spares. From early on, I would...

    I always have spares.
    From early on, I would always buy a box of screws if I only needed a dozen or so. That's just one example but you get the point. Over the years I've built up a decent inventory...
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    479564 This is how I do it and it has never...

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    This is how I do it and it has never failed.
  11. Having the screw holes directly in line with the...

    Having the screw holes directly in line with the bracket is not the best design IMO.
    I would stagger the screws off center which will add stability when mounted and reduce the potential for...
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    Checking the alignment as in the photo only shows...

    Checking the alignment as in the photo only shows where the blade ends up after the cut has been made. Unfortunately, it would seem that the blade isn't tracking at a perfect 90 degrees, only ending...
  13. Thank Bill

    Thank Bill
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    I thought I would add to the confusion the term...

    I thought I would add to the confusion the term "Limited Category 1 and Quick-hitch compatible"
    Which (I think) means, I'm really a CAT 0 but I'm being sold as a CAT 1.

    I personally would prefer...
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    That's exactly my point. Small tractors have...

    That's exactly my point.
    Small tractors have their place just as much as large ones but they should not share the same category of attachments.
    Within the same category, you can have an implement...
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    That's like saying a we need small CAT 1 (CAT 1-A...

    That's like saying a we need small CAT 1 (CAT 1-A for sub-compacts) and a Large CAT 1(CAT 1-B for compacts)
    It kind of makes the system that already exists pointless by having such a broad spectrum...
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    A couple of points. For the OP, I think what he...

    A couple of points. For the OP, I think what he linked to or the bolt on style I used (on a much heavier machine) will work just fine.

    The whole Cat 1 three point hitch thing is simply a mess. ...
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    I have the previous version, a 6 1/2" saw. They...

    I have the previous version, a 6 1/2" saw. They work great.
    I've had mine for 15 years so I'm not sure if that's a good price but the tool is good.
    I use the Diablo blades
    ...
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    Personally, I think it's because CAT 1 is right...

    Personally, I think it's because CAT 1 is right there in between home owner and professional.
    You can certainly get every attachment you need in CAT 1 in a QH comparable fit. But there are just as...
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    I have telescopic links on the lifting arms and...

    I have telescopic links on the lifting arms and they really help with some stubborn attachments and less than level ground.
    I also advocate having a couple of top links, I don't have one for each...
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    We don't disagree at all. The short answer is...

    We don't disagree at all.
    The short answer is that not everything is quick-hitch compatible, although I wish it was.
    If anyone is considering getting one, you need to know not everything will fit...
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    With respect, this is just not as clear cut as...

    With respect, this is just not as clear cut as you make it sound.
    The term "standard" is interpreted rather loosely from one manufacturer to another.
    In my experience, I've seen the distance...
  23. I know this is an old thread but I though I'd...

    I know this is an old thread but I though I'd mention Sawblade.com

    https://www.sawblade.com/
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    When can we officially call you a cyborg? ...

    When can we officially call you a cyborg?

    Seriously, the simple fact that you're still up and about doing things with a tractor is great. Hopefully I'll be able to do the same when I get there....
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    Yes they add about 2 inches or so to the length...

    Yes they add about 2 inches or so to the length of the lifting arms, which is not a big issue in most cases.
    A Quick-hitch is "fixed" in width and height. Many attachments don't have the exact same...
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