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Thread: Just a question about Bench Dog planes.

  1. #31
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    Crikey Eric; ya may want to reduce that intake of Fiery Hot Tabasco Sauce.
    Last edited by Stewie Simpson; 08-09-2019 at 10:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie Simpson View Post
    Fred; there is a valid explanation for the price increase on WC tools;
    Bet you're right Stewie.I hadnt thought of that.
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    Thanks Greg!
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    Bench Dog currently on sale at 20% off listed prices. Posted just for info as I have no need for any additional planes.
    If the thunder don't get you, the lightning will.

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    Just got the 4 1/2 And 5 1/2 Bench Dog planes from Rockler. Heavy rascals, which is what I like, and they are very nice looking. I will have to let you know about they operate after I check for flatness and sharpen them. Will not be able to do that until the oppressive heat leaves our area. I have three chairs to refinish as well. I''ll let you know as soon as I can.

    As for pricing of these tools, I couldn't have gotten these any less expensive from other sources. Ebay for instance had pricing anywhere from $20 to $70+ higher for the used planes on their site.
    You never get the answer if you don't ask the question.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Danstrom View Post
    I read Groz are excretable and no one wants that.
    excretable? I looked up the definition and I am still confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Pitonyak View Post
    excretable? I looked up the definition and I am still confused.
    Something that can be excreted. Not a pleasantry about how something comes into being.

    jtk
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