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    No idea what the 400 would include. That would be...

    No idea what the 400 would include. That would be a conversation to have with the person cashing your $400 check.

    There is no need for an Uber takeover I guess other than a low budget option. It...
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    Track saw and the 3-4-5 method? Or if you have a...

    Track saw and the 3-4-5 method? Or if you have a calculator just do the math out to the longest dimension and get it dead on.
  3. Thats why I avoid those things like the plague....

    Thats why I avoid those things like the plague. Your lucky it leaked when you saw it and didnt blow apart in the middle of the night or during the day when no one was there. I will never, ever, trust...
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    Gadzukes man.. I hope your never one of my...

    Gadzukes man.. I hope your never one of my customers. Yeesh. Liftgate curbside is the standard of the industry. The driver helps you get it in your building and trips, slips, twists his ankle,...
  5. I dont doubt any single option out there would be...

    I dont doubt any single option out there would be handy and welcomed at some point in time. Nor do I doubt there is an option a salesman wont tell you most people like. This truck had the trailer...
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    What is ambient plus 15 degrees?

    What is ambient plus 15 degrees?
  7. I'm not as flimsy as Jim I guess as a steering...

    I'm not as flimsy as Jim I guess as a steering wheel heater seems as pointless to me as a roomba or any other array of useless gaws. But yes. It had seat heaters as does my daily driver (Lexus 350)....
  8. Was a mix but there wasn't a lot of city driving...

    Was a mix but there wasn't a lot of city driving in there (stop and go). Rural area so a lot of winding back roads. It was a mix but never went below high 19s but like I say, could be a V6 for all I...
  9. 15 gauge would be my advice. Never using a finish...

    15 gauge would be my advice. Never using a finish nailer in "the shop" really doesn't make sense as it's all dependent on the type of work you do. We do shop made sub assemblies all the time,...
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    Having the ability for retraining late in life is...

    Having the ability for retraining late in life is usually funded by a package, the state, or a spouse.
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    That would be normal of anyone with any sense of...

    That would be normal of anyone with any sense of business and web design. Some may ask, some may regard any form of contact as a party interested in your product.

    Its definitely a bummer that...
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    As JR said, what you have access to for S2S can...

    As JR said, what you have access to for S2S can vary a lot. Its worth asking when you call for hardwood pricing or whoever is going to surface your material. If they are simply running stock through...
  13. FIL just got an F150 but I believe its a V8...

    FIL just got an F150 but I believe its a V8 (drove it for a couple weeks here recently but never looked at the specs/motor). Has the 10 speed, know that because its all over the dash what gear your...
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    Saying... savvy, right place, right time, knows...

    Saying... savvy, right place, right time, knows how to surf. No different than a surfer. You have to be able to surf. But your best bet is to be a lucrative spot for wave, and to know how, and be...
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    This is the current concept of "fake it till you...

    This is the current concept of "fake it till you make it". Your stripping your customers of their hard earned cash supplying work your figuring out how to make while charging top dollar. Makes...
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    No one said anything about a "pre-jointed...

    No one said anything about a "pre-jointed board"... where did you see that? The notion is you let your supply rough off the bulk of the material from dead rough but leave you enough material to get...
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    Were headed off topic on this but I dont know...

    Were headed off topic on this but I dont know really whether its not being able to afford or that the level of perceived necessary gee-gaws dangled infront of the masses continues to bear fruit or...
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    What you probably have to quantify is that...

    What you probably have to quantify is that planing your material is a roughing operation. A planer (other than a super high end jointing planer) is just as Johnny posted above.. crap in.. smooth...
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    Its a phenomenal business practice no doubt. But...

    Its a phenomenal business practice no doubt. But its no guarantee or form of fertilizer for work through the door that pays. Its a "kiss it up to god" philosophy that typically speaks to the success...
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    Spot on. And the economy in the US is changing...

    Spot on. And the economy in the US is changing rapidly. People dont shop the way they did 10 years ago. Its a changing dynamic and unfortunately other than in a very high end niche market the broad...
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    Its of course true and something likely most...

    Its of course true and something likely most anyone in business or who desires to be in business endlessly perseus. The shark tank approach. That isnt all there is to anything and I dont think it...
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    The quadromat or equivalent molder with jointing...

    The quadromat or equivalent molder with jointing station on the infeed was going to be my comment also but if course your talking an industrial machine that is likely as big as your shop.

    Part of...
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    And considering pva will fall apart when closing...

    And considering pva will fall apart when closing in in on 130 degrees.. yeek
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    Always worth asking but I cant think of any...

    Always worth asking but I cant think of any solution that will seep into the work, mix with the sap, and lock it up. Be interesting to hear of a viable solution. Ive fought this a time or two working...
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    If your not having implosion problems I would say...

    If your not having implosion problems I would say you either have leaks in the system or the system suction is low enough for you to not have an issue. We have a 3HP cyclone that folded up a fiber...
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