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    In today's economic crash, 735 parts may not be...

    In today's economic crash, 735 parts may not be worth nearly what they were last year. I see a lot of optimistic pricing on social media sites yet, but would be shocked to see those things selling. A...
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    Of course a high quality blade can make a...

    Of course a high quality blade can make a difference. They don't cost more just because of a brand name on them. There is a lot of engineering in a quality saw blade. If all the blades you have been...
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    Silt and debris are nice terms for raw human...

    Silt and debris are nice terms for raw human sewage, animal waste, gasoline from car fuel tanks, and motor oil. I'd consider the health impact of digging all that out of the nooks and crannies.
  4. What does "wrapping everything in oak boards"...

    What does "wrapping everything in oak boards" means? Even the 2x4s? Some of the big box stores sell domestic and imported. Some domestic sold there can be culls and lower grade. You might not get two...
  5. Does it have a centrifugal start switch? If that...

    Does it have a centrifugal start switch? If that is staying engaged, it can give some issues with running.
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    I curious about your thought process of buying a...

    I curious about your thought process of buying a machine with a bum motor when you don't know anything about motors. As Clint Eastwood so eloquently said in Magnum Force, "A man's got to know his...
  7. Chainsaw chains are not ground for ripping....

    Chainsaw chains are not ground for ripping. You'll have really slow going if you cut vertically through a 40" log. You must have a chainsaw like mine. I have a Husky 3120 with a 36" bar. Cut a lot of...
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    What I was trying to say is if you drill in 2"...

    What I was trying to say is if you drill in 2" without clearing the chips, you can easily bind up the bit. I've drilled deeper than 4-6 with an extension, but you must clear the chips very often.
  9. I don't think the issue is holding power of the...

    I don't think the issue is holding power of the filler, it wood movement. Nothing is going to hold if the wood moves 1/8"
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    In case you don't have the manual any longer. ...

    In case you don't have the manual any longer. https://www.manualslib.com/manual/98480/Router-Technologies-Router-Raizer-Rz100.html
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    I also have one on a Dewalt 625. For short run...

    I also have one on a Dewalt 625. For short run work I don't have to lock anything to hold the depth setting. I'm guessing I've had it for over 10 years.
  12. There can be a lot of steps to get a belt...

    There can be a lot of steps to get a belt tracking. It must constantly move left and right in the machine. It's not meant to idle in the center position because when you put a narrow board on one...
  13. You can't identify the gunk? Different kinds of...

    You can't identify the gunk? Different kinds of gunk, different kinds of cleaning methods.
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    A little late, but Vince has pretty good pricing....

    A little late, but Vince has pretty good pricing. http://vinceswoodnwonders.com/?s=Grex
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    Drill in about 2" and you'll understand what he...

    Drill in about 2" and you'll understand what he is talking about. More than once I've locked a bit down inside a turning by not clearing the chips every 1/2" or so.
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    A digital angle checker is far from an accurate...

    A digital angle checker is far from an accurate tool. If it is a one decimal place version, it can be .09 degrees off before the display changes to the next digit. Craftsman table saws are not known...
  17. Commercial manufacturers have never used...

    Commercial manufacturers have never used polyurethane. Dries too slowly. Even at 15 years ago, it could be conversion varnish, or as mentioned, lacquer. I would never use lacquer on a table, even for...
  18. Nope, Delta never made a 12" jointer in the USA

    Nope, Delta never made a 12" jointer in the USA
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    You ever drill into end grain on the drill press?...

    You ever drill into end grain on the drill press? You don't get much for curls on end grain, but I suggest that bit isn't in as nearly as good as shape as you think. Didn't have the lathe in reverse...
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    I haven't bought any for years, but always...

    I haven't bought any for years, but always purchased at Pekin Hardwood/Woodworkers Shop. Not sure how much rough sawn they have anymore.
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    I'm assuming if you planed a lot of southern...

    I'm assuming if you planed a lot of southern yellow pine it would be a necessity.
  22. Unless you have been hitting the belt with the...

    Unless you have been hitting the belt with the sanding belt, I'd scrub it up with Simple Green and you'll be good to go for a while longer. How is it worn?
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    Typically interior doors are 1 3/8". At my...

    Typically interior doors are 1 3/8". At my hardwood source, rough sawn 6/4 gets you interior door stock. But I prefer soft maple for paint grade, not as fuzzy.
  24. The ends of the blade stock can be cut out of...

    The ends of the blade stock can be cut out of square and then welded. That produces a blade the moves front to back.
  25. Put a straight edge against the back of the blade...

    Put a straight edge against the back of the blade over the weld. I'm guessing you have a bad weld joint and should contact Highland for a new one.
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