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  1. FWIW, there was a delay on mine as well. I think...

    FWIW, there was a delay on mine as well. I think maybe a month or so, but it did ship.
  2. Been very happy with my Grizzly G0490X, it's a...

    Been very happy with my Grizzly G0490X, it's a very good machine.
  3. I had the same question. He said it was loc-line...

    I had the same question. He said it was loc-line 2 1/2"

    https://www.loc-line.com/product/81202-vacuum-hose-18-elements-2-5-id-2-1-ft-segment/

    At Lee Valley:...
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    Cheapest thing to do is a box fan with a filter...

    Cheapest thing to do is a box fan with a filter strapped on. Might sound too hacked to work, but studies show it's effective.

    Next up is to find an HVAC contractor, and buy an old blower from a...
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    Mastic is my HVAC friend's choice. It goes on...

    Mastic is my HVAC friend's choice. It goes on like a very thick paint, and you can paint over it if you don't like the color.

    This should be way more than you need. ...
  6. Most of those hits appear to be people looking...

    Most of those hits appear to be people looking for information, or auctions, where they would just repeat the misinformation from the plate. Like the OP I couldn't find any information that seemed...
  7. This looks identical to my Rockwell 28-200. ...

    This looks identical to my Rockwell 28-200. Maybe you've got a mispunch on the nameplate, and you've got a 28-200?
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    Where is the planer? I went with 26 guage...

    Where is the planer?

    I went with 26 guage ducting. I just found it easier to find fitting for it than PVC. In particular I like the "pants" style wyes that come with metal ducting. Also there's...
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    Sorry, I mispoke, I have the G0443, which is the...

    Sorry, I mispoke, I have the G0443, which is the 1 1/2 HP version, so it's slightly smaller. In either case they have brushes that are easy to run up and down the inside of the filter, so I don't...
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    I've got a grizzly cyclone, (G0443) and it...

    I've got a grizzly cyclone, (G0443) and it appears to follow the Fan Curve published in their specs. So you can trust the specs published for the cyclones with fan curves.

    That having been said,...
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    Your shop, your decision, but I can't remember...

    Your shop, your decision, but I can't remember the last time I needed to access my DC.
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    I'm not sure that three tools is really much of a...

    I'm not sure that three tools is really much of a stack. YMMV :)
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    Anyway to elevate the DC to avoid those two 90s? ...

    Anyway to elevate the DC to avoid those two 90s? They're not going to be kind to your air flow.
  14. Thread: Jointer

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    WOOD magazine awarded Grizzly a "Wise Buy"...

    WOOD magazine awarded Grizzly a "Wise Buy" for their benchtop jointer, which is not made of plastic, but instead features of a cast iron table, and aluminum fence. This guy is pretty happy with his...
  15. I got something similar a while ago. I just...

    I got something similar a while ago. I just unscrewed it from the tool, and installed a quick disconnect that worked with the rest of my equipment. The threading should be the same, even if the...
  16. Thread: Jointer

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    If new is the only option, ~$300 vs $600 is also...

    If new is the only option, ~$300 vs $600 is also a pretty strong argument. I know it's easy to spend other people's money over the 'net, but for somebody just starting out cheaper tools aren't the...
  17. Thread: Jointer

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    Generally the used 6" craftsman jointers on...

    Generally the used 6" craftsman jointers on craiglist/Facebook marketplace are plentiful and cheap. If you want to buy new Grizzly and Rigid both have decent products in this range.

    Don't worry...
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    Frank Howarth of Frank Makes has a dual setup,...

    Frank Howarth of Frank Makes has a dual setup, pretty much what you're talking about, one with a blade, one with dado stack.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/urbanTrash
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    I've got the previous version, the DCS331B, which...

    I've got the previous version, the DCS331B, which I got for "free" with the purchase of a flexvolt 7 1/4" circular saw. I've been very pleased with it, with one exception, which is that the angle...
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    I think you're better off with one of the larger...

    I think you're better off with one of the larger cyclones if you can fit it in, particularly since you're talking about running a fixed duct. The portable ones (from all companies) make some...
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    Not sure which Grizzly you're talking about, but...

    Not sure which Grizzly you're talking about, but I've got the Grizzly G0443 1 1/2 HP cyclone. Just a minor warning if you think it's going to be plug-in play without any electrical work, it has an...
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    @John - Thanks for the suggestion. I've tried...

    @John - Thanks for the suggestion. I've tried matching with just stains on a door I did, the tints sound like a better approach to this.

    @Joe - I've got a piece made of southern yellow pine in...
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    Aged Heart Pine Yellow?

    Wondering if there are any suggestions on how to match this yellow/amber color on these pine boards. I've got a few that have become damaged over the years, and I'd like to swap them out. However,...
  24. While it's slightly more likely, I've yet to hear...

    While it's slightly more likely, I've yet to hear of any actual occurrences of fires caused this way. Further I often use an angle grinder in the shop, which produces a shower of sparks, all over...
  25. How are you hitting the impeller with a cyclone? ...

    How are you hitting the impeller with a cyclone? I frequently throw small cutoffs into the dust collection system, and while I hear them bouncing around, I've yet to hit the impeller.
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