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  1. No matter what one can "get by with" you will...

    No matter what one can "get by with" you will want a real table saw, at least a full-size (10") contractors saw with a quality fence. This can be mounted on a mobile base so it can be stored out of...
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    Replace the wheel.

    Replace the wheel.
  3. Sounds like you are trying to talk yourself into...

    Sounds like you are trying to talk yourself into buying way more truck than you actually need.
    Suggest you reassess your true needs.
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    My 20" Agazzani wears a 1" carbide blade--same...

    My 20" Agazzani wears a 1" carbide blade--same blade for about 10 years with no resharpening.
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    For really heavy equipment this is how you handle...

    For really heavy equipment this is how you handle it--hire a pro with a monorail truck.

    https://i.postimg.cc/wBThpWJ8/IMG-0203.jpg
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    You can't go wrong if you use boat building...

    You can't go wrong if you use boat building techniques for outdoor cabinets.
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    I sold an 8" jointer to a buyer on the east...

    I sold an 8" jointer to a buyer on the east coast. I palletized it and got it dropped off at a local Fastenal store by a local hauler. Fastenal shipped it to a Fastenal store near the buyer for ~$200.
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    Unsubscribed.

    Unsubscribed.
  9. Replace it with a quality unit.

    Replace it with a quality unit.
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    The inexpensive (

    The inexpensive (<$10) installation tool sold by McMaster-Carr works very well on a cordless drill/driver.
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    Very bad advice and tech. Never add anything to...

    Very bad advice and tech. Never add anything to epoxy that is not expressly recommended by the formulator.
  12. If that were true it is what everyone would use...

    If that were true it is what everyone would use on wooden boats, which suffer some of the worst conditions imaginable.
  13. The very lowest maintenance wood finish for...

    The very lowest maintenance wood finish for outdoor use is paint, not a clear finish.
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    There is no possible way to rationalize taking...

    There is no possible way to rationalize taking TWO hours to assemble/glue-up a cutting board, no matter how elaborate the pattern. It is a simple matter to have all the different pieces organized...
  15. No, you do not spot treat; you bleach the entire...

    No, you do not spot treat; you bleach the entire piece. This reduces the contrast between light and dark areas. Then you can stain it if you wish with whatever color you are shooting for. I have seen...
  16. That is the nature of teak. You can bleach it to...

    That is the nature of teak. You can bleach it to make the colors more even before applying finish.
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    On the first day, he sadly packed his belongings...

    On the first day, he sadly packed his belongings into boxes, crates and suitcases.
    On the second day, he had the movers come and collect his things.
    On the third day, he sat down for the last time...
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    There is no way I would choose hook & loop backed...

    There is no way I would choose hook & loop backed sanding belt to use on a machine that is not specifically designed for it. The sandpaper wants to be in full contact with the drum.
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    Milling Afrormosia creates gazillions of tiny,...

    Milling Afrormosia creates gazillions of tiny, needle-like slivers so, whatever finish you apply, make sure it seals 100%. As far as I know the darkening is unavoidable.

    I did a major refit on a...
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    Make sure you do NOT run your material straight...

    Make sure you do NOT run your material straight through the drum sander! Run it at a bit of an angle (to the edge of the platen). Also always hookup/run the dust collector while using the drum...
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    Been wearing the same David Clark's for decades....

    Been wearing the same David Clark's for decades. Extremely comfortable and long lasting quality.
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    Since Lee started with that unbelievable story :)...

    Since Lee started with that unbelievable story :) here's one my dad told of his youth.

    My dad grew up in the country in the early 1900's. Like many men of that era he was an outdoorsman but, at...
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    Jewish mother The year is 2028 and the United...

    Jewish mother

    The year is 2028 and the United States has elected the first woman as well as the first Jewish president, Susan Goldstein. She calls up her mother a few weeks after Election Day and...
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    My solution was quite simple. By locating the RAS...

    My solution was quite simple. By locating the RAS just to the right of my table saw, at a right angle, it allows the table saw extension and offcut table/workbench to be used to support material to...
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    I have about 10' clear to either side of the RAS...

    I have about 10' clear to either side of the RAS blade. So easy to arrange.

    https://i.postimg.cc/ZR0bfb5B/shop-1.jpg
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