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    I've had a shop built router table along with 2...

    I've had a shop built router table along with 2 shapers over the years. I find the shaper far more versatile than a router IMO. You can reverse direction and work above or below the work piece,...
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    I've been buying from Grizzly probably 30+ years....

    I've been buying from Grizzly probably 30+ years. Bought my first house back in the mid 70's and found Grizzly when I wanted to do some remodeling a few years later. I had a Craftsman shaper at the...
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    Think of the absolute worst case and use that as...

    Think of the absolute worst case and use that as your minimum. What's the biggest person that might sit on them? What's the worst abuse (like kids jumping up and down and what age and size). I've...
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    It's funny, I can't see a single attachment on...

    It's funny, I can't see a single attachment on this forum. Every time I try to view one it says I don't have rights - oh well such is life.
    I'm sure your Porsche is special. Everyone's cars is...
  5. Though silicone caulk should work if you want...

    Though silicone caulk should work if you want something a little easier to clean out when needed, consider using some hot melt glue. It will fill the hole and grip into the threads yet I think it is...
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    Dave It's an 86 Corvette convertible, 350 with...

    Dave

    It's an 86 Corvette convertible, 350 with a Tremec 5 speed I'm renovating (I didn't say restoring). It needed new suspension bushing in it and rather than just replacing the old ones with...
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    Dave Actually I used a single bit to drill...

    Dave

    Actually I used a single bit to drill them all. IIRC it's one of the high priced titanium coated bits, around 1/8" diameter. Happens the drill press I usually set at 480 rpms when drilling...
  8. PDF is on it's way. Hope you like it Paul

    PDF is on it's way. Hope you like it

    Paul
  9. Steve 6 hours and I'm still not seeing your...

    Steve
    6 hours and I'm still not seeing your email. If you feel comfortable, if you post your email addr I'll send it along directly. If not comfortable with that, you could set up a temp gmail...
  10. Steve I typo'd the email: it's...

    Steve

    I typo'd the email: it's pch_hcbph@msn.com
    Sorry about that.

    Paul
  11. Steve Send me an email to pch-hcbph@msn.com with...

    Steve
    Send me an email to pch-hcbph@msn.com with your email address and I'd be happy to forward a copy of the pdf to you. It's a little under 6 mb in pdf format. Started off with 2" and later 3"...
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    If you'd like a slightly simpler method how to...

    If you'd like a slightly simpler method how to drill a hole through a bolt or threaded rod for something like a cotter key etc. here's what I have done several time. Take the threaded rod and thread...
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    Peening is something typically done with rivets. ...

    Peening is something typically done with rivets. A Rivet is placed in a hole and a washer is put on the straight end of the rivet. The head of the rivet is placed on something like an anvil to...
  14. NP. That's part of the reason it was designed...

    NP. That's part of the reason it was designed the way it was. It's possible to farm part of the work out like welding if need be and not cost an arm and a leg. Good luck on your search.
  15. I don't know if this is what you're looking for...

    I don't know if this is what you're looking for but I designed and built an overhead arm guard system for my saw a few years ago. it's modular in design such that it can be built to mount on the...
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