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    I'm in there.

    I'm in there.
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    Thanks guys. Actually I'm glad to hear that this...

    Thanks guys. Actually I'm glad to hear that this is sort of a normal thing. Since the boxes were damaged by the trucking company I just wanted to make sure... some good sized holes in the boxes that...
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    Received my G1023WRLX

    I got it almost 2 months ago, but it was a month before I could take it out of the box. I've never had a big saw like this, and I ran into some problems. They may be a normal thing, but I thought I...
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    Sorry about the cracks Aaron. All my mesquite has...

    Sorry about the cracks Aaron. All my mesquite has that wind-shake in it, but you sure did a fine job on it. Nice finish too.
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    I agree with Sean on the hackberry. That or...

    I agree with Sean on the hackberry. That or sugarberry, and they are very close. I grew up around both and they didn't always have warts on the smaller trees or limbs. Even some of thee big trees...
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    HEY! I've had a moment, like that time... no...

    HEY! I've had a moment, like that time... no wait, I ended up shooting that guy in the foot, but I'm thinkin there might be something... some time. Of course I've got to consider this is coming from...
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    You know, it's funny to me how these guys like...

    You know, it's funny to me how these guys like Curt and John don't remember things.

    Some of you weren't here when the "Itty Bitty" contest was run. John Hart started that, and went through all the...
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    First of all let me say that that is a very nice...

    First of all let me say that that is a very nice HF.

    Now for the H-rig. I, and I don't believe anyone else on here has read where Curt was whining about his tools. He aint a whiner. He's made fun...
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    I fell a bunch trees. 110 tons of pine on a good...

    I fell a bunch trees. 110 tons of pine on a good day for about 5 years. There are a few ways to do it for different reasons. You mentioned spalting, so I'm guessing the tree was dead or almost there....
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    That's cool how you whipped up that steamer John....

    That's cool how you whipped up that steamer John. I was wondering if a certain profile of the turning might lend itself to more stable/less cracking than others. Just a thought.

    Those who turn...
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    Well John, there is certainly no apology...

    Well John, there is certainly no apology necessary, but thanks for the message. I knew there was some rough road for you, and never even thought about whether or not you were taking care of or using...
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    I don't think anyone should ever stoop to using a...

    I don't think anyone should ever stoop to using a scraper, so if you will all send me what you have, I'll discard them properly.

    Back to your first sentence Greg, though I haven't seen the videos...
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    You're right about that. I've bought both from...

    You're right about that. I've bought both from Sears and knowing better.:rolleyes: But I do have a Craftsman grinder that I used yesterday that is 30 yrs old. I'm handing down a 1939 Sears jointer to...
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    If you use the air hose, I would think you'd have...

    If you use the air hose, I would think you'd have to make sure all your fittings are brass where the water touches. I have some brass fittings that have steel parts in the female end. I haven't paid...
  15. Ditto every bit of that even if he does dress...

    Ditto every bit of that even if he does dress funny.
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    Uh oh, got me to thinking now, and yes, it makes...

    Uh oh, got me to thinking now, and yes, it makes a funny sound. If you made your own banjo that sat flat with the ways so that the sleeve holding the tool rest went down between the ways. This would...
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    Chris, I had the same take as John. I'm still...

    Chris, I had the same take as John. I'm still thinking that what you are calling "poor cutting technique" may be the aggressiveness of the cut which may not be intentional, but just the angle you are...
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    My sincere condolences Joe. Although I can see...

    My sincere condolences Joe. Although I can see where it would be incredibly hard, from the way you describe her, it doesn't seem she would want you to stop. I wish you the best.
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    Will do Dustin. That casper tattoo wont be...

    Will do Dustin. That casper tattoo wont be forgettable. Good luck with it this year.
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    Exactly the same where I was born and raised here...

    Exactly the same where I was born and raised here in east Texas. Course my mother was born deep in the country here, and my father in MN so I can use you-uns, y'all, or you guys interchangeably.
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    What has been written is all true, but wood does...

    What has been written is all true, but wood does some funny things sometimes, and what I've experienced on a couple of occasions maybe species, climate, and or mold spore specific.

    I cut a couple...
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    It looks like a handle on a big loom I've seen...

    It looks like a handle on a big loom I've seen before. Can't be sure though.
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    I realize now that I brought this up on the wrong...

    I realize now that I brought this up on the wrong thread, so I apologize to the moderator for that. I haven't kept up, so I don't know who that is.

    No need for a rant Thom. I posed it as a...
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    I haven't been a contributor since 2007 when my...

    I haven't been a contributor since 2007 when my knee got so bad I couldn't stand at my lathe. It's all brand new now and I am slowly getting back into it.

    I prefaced with that so you would know...
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    There is a member (Jim King) here who lives down...

    There is a member (Jim King) here who lives down in some jungle who wrote about using car and truck springs. Here is an example. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?t=59803

    Evidently he...
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