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  1. Really amazed at the HF trailer, seems perfect...

    Really amazed at the HF trailer, seems perfect for my uses.

    FWIW, why Seattle has a reputation for raining, the part of the Midwest I'm in has consistently had more rainy days. I've also had a...
  2. To avoid getting rained on.

    To avoid getting rained on.
  3. Excellent idea, might even allow me to keep my...

    Excellent idea, might even allow me to keep my current beater.
  4. New Car/Truck Cargo Abilties for Sheet Goods?

    Is there a good way to determine if a car or truck has the ability to accept an entire sheet of 4x8 sheet goods (plywood, drywall, MDF, etc) and still close the trunk?

    I know this is a pretty...
  5. Thread: GRR-Ripper

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    I've got a gripper. Guess I'm one of the few...

    I've got a gripper. Guess I'm one of the few people who are nuetral about it. It's a tool, has some downsides, like the adjustments, some good sides, like protection and smaller rips.

    One...
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    I might be wrong, but it appears you've put the...

    I might be wrong, but it appears you've put the DC outside. As such you'll get better performance if you remove the filter, since there is no reason to do so outside, and it will restrict airflow. ...
  7. They don't. I contacted the Ohio EPA and did a...

    They don't. I contacted the Ohio EPA and did a detailed analysis of our 2 HP Penn Station cyclone for the local maker space. The rep from the EPA was very detailed, but could care less about the...
  8. It's been a few years for me, but I found keeping...

    It's been a few years for me, but I found keeping the fixtures, and getting the drop in replacement bulbs to be a nice approach. Might be a little more expensive on electricity, but cheaper up...
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    I've got the SawStop, and I've checked the...

    I've got the SawStop, and I've checked the default guard attached dust collector, and my DIY version of the Excalibur setup. In my experience I get slightly better performance from the default guard...
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    I think there's also the trade off of safety. ...

    I think there's also the trade off of safety. I'd make sure that any old saw at a minimum had a riving knife. Then it's a personal question of whether or not you think the SawStop safety feature is...
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    According to Titebond about 2 years. I...

    According to Titebond about 2 years. I personally mark mine with the date purchased for this reason.

    http://www.titebond.com/App_Static/Literature/ff876_ShelfLife.pdf
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    For metal fittings I've gone to the local HVAC...

    For metal fittings I've gone to the local HVAC supply house. I personally like metal ducting better than plastic because I feel the fittings are more flexible. The elbows can do just about any...
  13. Thread: Signal Sys

    by Andrew More
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    We also message using an app. You can set most...

    We also message using an app. You can set most app or texts to vibrate, which you should be able to feel.
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    I was able to get ahold of them via email on Jan...

    I was able to get ahold of them via email on Jan 11th, 2019. Took a couple days for them to respond, but when they did the response was very good.

    kalll@comcast.net
  15. It's been my experience that the police get a lot...

    It's been my experience that the police get a lot of latitude in their job. Assuming what they did is illegal, do you think anybody is going to prosecute that case? Anyway most places are under a...
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    There are a ton of different parts, all of which...

    There are a ton of different parts, all of which have slightly different inner and outer diameters. Your best bet is always to take the part you want to mate to whatever you're thinking about...
  17. I've had this since 2017, and according to...

    I've had this since 2017, and according to Fujitsu it's "Up to 33". :)

    https://www.fujitsugeneral.com/us/products/split/wall/asu12rls3y.html
  18. Depending on the price you get, this might be...

    Depending on the price you get, this might be something you can DIY, but really don't want to. I do almost all of my own work, but spraying foam is miserable, and doubly so on top of a ladder.
    ...
  19. I agree with Jim and James. First I got a spray...

    I agree with Jim and James. First I got a spray kit from Foam-it-Green online. I don't think it matters much where you get your kit, they all come from the same factory, and then distributed...
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    Maybe? I guess it depends on the goal. Saw one...

    Maybe? I guess it depends on the goal. Saw one guy who decided to hand plane an entire wooden floor, rather than using a normal powered sander. To him we're probably the guys with the crazy tech. ...
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    I've got a Grizzly G0443, cycle it several times...

    I've got a Grizzly G0443, cycle it several times per hour, no issues yet. I've only had it a year or two. I believe at one point Oneida was issuing some warnings about doing this, but somebody...
  22. I think it also depends on how much time you want...

    I think it also depends on how much time you want to invest. That $15/bf for walnut is from the close, fancy sawyer. I can drive for 45-60 minutes one way and get much lower prices, but then I'm...
  23. Maybe? I haven't bought any poplar from them,...

    Maybe? I haven't bought any poplar from them, but I have bought some eastern pine, which had a number of knots in it. They were willing to allow me to pick boards, and cut around obvious problem...
  24. FWIW, pricing sheet from local sawyer about 45...

    FWIW, pricing sheet from local sawyer about 45 minutes from my house. There's another one, in town, but the prices tend to be a bit higher, mostly reflecting their location in one of the nicest...
  25. I don't know, the local sawyers don't offering...

    I don't know, the local sawyers don't offering grading on poplar or any other wood. Maybe if I bought it bulk, or asked, I might be able to get something like that? I disagree with your assertion...
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