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  1. Cutter guard purchase

    Rod
    how did you purchase separate cutter guard?
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    You are a step ahead of me

    You are one step ahead of me. First I changed to a vacuum attached to my sawstop over blade guard. Then I removed the guard and added a grizzly overarm guard as you did. I too am not happy with...
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    Just take the 5 minutes to unscrew the board from...

    Just take the 5 minutes to unscrew the board from the joists leaving the screws in the board. Trim the board and redo the screws.
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    I have never seen a camera experience the abuse...

    I have never seen a camera experience the abuse you have put it through and keep on working. No cell phone could put up with that abuse/use. Just get yourself another camera and keep doing what you...
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    Back up a step

    Since this is thin old concrete in poor shape presumably without any metal, I would remove it, add rebar, and pour a flat concrete floor. Whether you add a wood floor is up to you. Otherwise you are...
  6. Brian can you give us specifics of what you...

    Brian can you give us specifics of what you bought and from what company?
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    Don't wait till you're done. Send lots of...

    Don't wait till you're done. Send lots of pictures of the build!
  8. It looks like you have no protection for those...

    It looks like you have no protection for those wires running into those metal boxes. Those holes have sharp metal sides.
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    cheap vacuums like Ridgid that take a bag save...

    cheap vacuums like Ridgid that take a bag save your filter from clogging and make emptying vacuum easier, though they do cut down on how soon you need to empty vacuum and add extra expense for bag.
  10. I would go with Wayne"s suggestion. Add collar...

    I would go with Wayne"s suggestion. Add collar ties to each pair of rafters and then remove the ceiling joists. Far easier than putting in a ridge beam and you will still gain additional height in...
  11. How do you remove old glue after removing old...

    How do you remove old glue after removing old guard?
  12. I epoxied a nut to the center of the wheel that...

    I epoxied a nut to the center of the wheel that raises and lowers the planer bed on my Hammer A3 31. I then use a socket driven by my battery drill to raise and lower the bed rapidly, i.e., a...
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    Gosh, if a new 16" J/P is not out of the...

    Gosh, if a new 16" J/P is not out of the financial picture, I would go that direction in a heart beat. I have a Hammer 12" combo, but would love a 16" combo.
  14. I would check the infeed roller adjusters to make...

    I would check the infeed roller adjusters to make sure they were not harmed by the accident. I have had one of them fail on my A3-31
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    You could mount them on a lathe and reduce their...

    You could mount them on a lathe and reduce their thickness.
    if they are all the same diameter, you could get a piece of wood the same height and cut a hole in the wood to set them in. Then run...
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    Another vote for the Rolair JC-10. Quiet and...

    Another vote for the Rolair JC-10. Quiet and light. I can carry it to use in the house or around the yard. Run the staplers and small nailers, but not the framing gun.
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    Is this just to house your truck or are you...

    Is this just to house your truck or are you looking for a workshop space? If you are looking for space to work, I would put up a separate structure where that shed is behind your truck.
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    I would position the saw on the bench so you have...

    I would position the saw on the bench so you have a minimum 8' on one side (left preferably) for cut in center of board and 14' on right side for uneven cuts. Based on experience from cutting 16'...
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    Pictures would really help of an outside view of...

    Pictures would really help of an outside view of the whole structure and the connection of the structure to the sill plate. I am still confused as to whether the structure is tilted or just the...
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    If you do not have one, get a Dylos dc1100 air...

    If you do not have one, get a Dylos dc1100 air monitor so you know what the air is really like in your shop. You only get one set of lungs.
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    How about some pictures. 3” over 15 feet is a...

    How about some pictures. 3” over 15 feet is a lot. If the sill plate is bolted to this the whole structure must be tilted. I assume this is a separate structure. I would be tempted to cut the...
  22. thanks everyone who replied. I currently have a...

    thanks everyone who replied. I currently have a window AC and a separate 220V electric heater in the ceiling, plus a reasonably well insulated double garage. They do the job, but I would like a bit...
  23. Does adding minisplit to garage increase property tax?

    I am thinking of adding a minisplit to my garage workshop. In general this would require a building permit. I was wondering if folks who have done this have found their property tax going up because...
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    Show us pictures.

    Show us pictures.
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    Will cutting it on sacrificial plywood with a...

    Will cutting it on sacrificial plywood with a tracksaw work?
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