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    +1 I have done the same with great success.

    +1 I have done the same with great success.
  2. Hi Bill I sent you a PM. Do you have a model #...

    Hi Bill I sent you a PM. Do you have a model # for the Stanley... I can look up some of the specs to get a general idea which Stanley it is.
  3. Thanks David! I have been pretty unhappy with...

    Thanks David! I have been pretty unhappy with what seemed to be in my price range. I suppose most of it has been made in China. I thought I was doing better getting the Jet, at the $300 range. I...
  4. I will check it out.... do you find 1725 rpms...

    I will check it out.... do you find 1725 rpms slows anything down. Thanks
  5. Looks like a beast!!!:eek:

    Looks like a beast!!!:eek:
  6. Thanks Tom I use the local hardware store fine...

    Thanks Tom
    I use the local hardware store fine wire wheels, which max out at 5/8 arbor hole. I like the flexibility and fineness of those wheels to get a pretty nice finish on hand plane parts...
  7. Yea I am kind of keeping my eye out... but so far...

    Yea I am kind of keeping my eye out... but so far just seeing 3 phase or short shafts on the local "C....g's" list. Does your Cincinnati have the extended arbor/shaft? Thanks for the response Matt.
  8. Need Recommendations for Buffer Grinder

    Hi guys, I am trying to find a bench buffer/"grinder" that has low vibration and as a result is reasonably quiet. I expect to only use wire wheels on it to clean up medium size metal parts. I tend...
  9. Thanks Jim, I will look for a nail on the next...

    Thanks Jim, I will look for a nail on the next one. Good suggestion :) It looked like the hole was at 5/32". I am not a metal guy, and not familiar with different rivets... I wonder if they make an...
  10. Thanks Steven.... ok.... "There was indeed a head...

    Thanks Steven.... ok.... "There was indeed a head on the show side"... It is apparent to me that they ground whatever was on the show side down, since it is always nice and flush and it just looks...
  11. Hi Steve, Thanks for your response. I was...

    Hi Steve, Thanks for your response. I was "unsuccessfully" trying to save the rivet, so I was trying not to remove the head... are you suggesting the hole is tapered, it didn't seem to be? I drilled...
  12. Spring Plate on Early Stanley Lever Cap

    Ok... I know I could find a replacement lever cap without too much trouble ... but you know how it goes....I was wondering if any Neanders have successfully tried to remove the rivet that attaches...
  13. Thanks Jason and Brian M

    Thanks Jason and Brian
    M
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    Thanks Jim!

    Thanks Jim!
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    That was my view as well. Thanks Osvaldo

    That was my view as well. Thanks Osvaldo
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    Thanks Rich and Jacob!

    Thanks Rich and Jacob!
  17. Thanks for the info Jacob!

    Thanks for the info Jacob!
  18. Yep I have been there but it was years ago, I...

    Yep I have been there but it was years ago, I mean a lot of years..:D
    Thanks John
    Mark
  19. Got it thanks!

    Got it thanks!
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    Thanks guys for your responses!

    Thanks guys for your responses!
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    Nail Guns 15 versus 18 gauge

    You may have seen my other recent post regarding alternatives to Teflon tape for nail gun air connection. At this point I think I have that issue resolved. Ok.. so now that I have an 18-gauge brad...
  22. Hi John, thanks for the info. Do you find the...

    Hi John, thanks for the info. Do you find the "bubble solution" works better than the typical dish soap mixed with some water?
    I also generally stay away from HB for things with moving parts an even...
  23. Thanks Art!

    Thanks Art!
  24. Hi Paul thanks for your response... do you happen...

    Hi Paul thanks for your response... do you happen to know the difference between the Rectorseal 5 and the T+2?
  25. Thanks Jack!

    Thanks Jack!
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