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    Oops try replying to me again please Sent...

    Oops try replying to me again please


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    Dang sorry I cleared some space Sent from my...

    Dang sorry I cleared some space


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    Have you tried the padded envelopes? PM sent I'd...

    Have you tried the padded envelopes?
    PM sent I'd like some
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    Mark what diameter do you need? I've got a couple...

    Mark what diameter do you need? I've got a couple small d1-6 plates and would donate one to the cause if it'll work for you. Just cover mailing cost. That sucks that it's backwards!
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    Earl I checked it out today (WOW is it clean...

    Earl I checked it out today (WOW is it clean under the jaws, like it has never been opened up far!) and the jaws are not reversible, sorry I'm used to my 4-jaws. Make an offer if you can use it. ...
  6. I assumed that the old cord was brittle and...

    I assumed that the old cord was brittle and cracked, if it was soft then the only concern would be solvents in the plastidip and whether they will play nicely with the cord insulation. A new cord...
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    I assumed they were reversible but will check...

    I assumed they were reversible but will check that out and get back to you


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  8. Nice Graham! I thought that infeed was a ladder...

    Nice Graham! I thought that infeed was a ladder at first lol!
    And yeah the one I posted is indeed a J, I also have 2 little ones that I think are Bs. They need work too but not near as much as the...
  9. Yikes I missed the plasti-dipped power cord....

    Yikes I missed the plasti-dipped power cord. Spend a few bucks on new cord man. It's just a cost of doing business when dealing with old tools.


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    L1 chuck, 6L & 3H collets, bxa toolholders

    Let's see if anyone here can utilize these before they go to the auction site. Everything is open to offers! Please send a PM

    Buck L1 10" 3-jaw. It weighs 73lbs as it sits so usps is out. I have...
  11. Nice work! I have a model J needing a lot of love...

    Nice work! I have a model J needing a lot of love and a couple little ones, model B I think. My J has a broken yoke on the top of the cylinder, gotta find or make one of those. They're great saws...
  12. Thread: New shop setup

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    Roofers are starting Monday! :-) new metal is on...

    Roofers are starting Monday! :-) new metal is on site. I'm looking forward to not playing musical buckets next time it rains!

    Now if I can just get my concrete guy pinned down...

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    It says they have a carrier to take the small...

    It says they have a carrier to take the small items to their place in MN where they can be packed and shipped via UPS, and that the cost of said transport will be split amongst buyers. I'm scared...
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    I have a 4-jaw but it's Chinese, I'll make you a...

    I have a 4-jaw but it's Chinese, I'll make you a sweet deal on account of it though :-)
    I've also got a couple dog drive plates (I think that's what they are I'll send pics), a couple different size...
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    13 inch South Bend

    Are you saying you have a 13 with a single leg like this?

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v470/haplesspeanut/DANS-SB1.jpg

    I've never seen one of those, had to Google and found that on this...
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    DoALL D-6 table feed

    One of the many machines I've got to get cleaned up and learn to operate is a D-6, it came out of a knife makers shop, had been sitting for some time (soooo much nastiness in the coolant tank).
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    Indy did you get a pair of these made yet? ...

    Indy did you get a pair of these made yet?


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  18. This is great! I'm setting up a new shop and have...

    This is great! I'm setting up a new shop and have picked up a 12/14, not sure what length is on there but I think I'd like to make extras like you did [emoji41]subscribed so I can find it later

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  19. I didn't see it mentioned but a miter saw is...

    I didn't see it mentioned but a miter saw is really not the best choice here. I'd reach for a handsaw and miter box or go to my tablesaw with a miter gauge +wood fence/Jig or a sled.
    Good luck!

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  20. Search eBay for "pec blem square" you'll find...

    Search eBay for "pec blem square" you'll find lots of great options. My most used square is a 4" double square.


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    I just scored an Italian 350mm automatic saw, was...

    I just scored an Italian 350mm automatic saw, was hoping it was a low rpm saw but it's intended for nonferrous metals, would work great for wood too. They're out there!

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    Thanks guys! Poco, I've been back and forth...

    Thanks guys!

    Poco, I've been back and forth but I have enough equipment that can take advantage of the 480 (and use smaller wire) that it makes sense. 225a service @480 will cover me where I'd...
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    Best 6 x 48 Belt Sander?

    Does it have to be a new production piece? If I were looking to buy the best belt sander (especially an edge sander) I'd look for an Oakley. You may want to stick with a smaller model though.
    I'm...
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    New shop setup

    Hey guys, I don't think I ever made a proper introduction on here, been a member for a while just not real active aside from occasional reading / learning.
    Hopefully this is allowed, just trying to...
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    Cat45 taper drive slot slop

    Leeko could you post a picture of your fixture for cutting the notches? Or does it look like Mud's? I picked up a chunk of aluminum to make one, I have been collecting some cat45 holders to do the...
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