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|08-10-2012 04:04 PM||
Hello everybody, I have for sale a GRR-Ripper in used, but great condition. The bottom has some saw cuts through it, but it still grips phenomenally. Take a look at pictures to judge. Looking to get $30 shipped. Direct links if you can’t see: Next up, are the 2 router bits with 1/2” shanks. One is a Whiteside 3/4” roundo...
|07-09-2012 08:40 PM||
Hello everybody, I have for sale a GRR-Ripper in used, but great condition. The bottom has some saw cuts through it, but it still grips phenomenally. Take a look at pictures to judge. Looking to get $30 shipped. Direct links if you can’t see:http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww3/acencha/eBay/3cf888f2.jpghttp://i700.photobucket.com/a...
|08-20-2011 09:04 PM||
FS: Rockler Bench Cookies $12 Shipped - 3 replies
Hi, I have a set of 4 Rockler Bench Cookies that I found laying around. I hardly ever used them and they will probably need to be cleaned a little bit. Looking to get $12 shipped. I know I only have 6 posts, but here is a link to my eBay profile: eBay Feedback
|06-16-2010 03:08 AM||
Drywall Patch Repair Texture - 5 replies
Hey everyone, I’m fixing to paint a room, but I had to patch a 5 inch x 5 inch square in the wall. Anyways, I smoothed it out, but how do I go about adding texture to it so it doesn’t stand out so much? I looked online to find the kind of texture I had on my existing wall, but I can’t find it. Could anyone tell me t...
|03-07-2010 04:50 PM||
WTS: Rockler / Harbor Freight HVLP Sprayer - 2 replies
Hey everyone, I’ve been a long time lurker, and decided to make an account a few months ago. Anyways, I’m located in Southwest Houston, TX. I have a Harbor Freight HVLP Sprayer (same as Rockler one?) for sale. I have sprayed less than a quart of Polycrylic diluted with water with this machine, so it’s in great condi...
|11-14-2009 10:52 PM||
Whiteside Router bit gel - 3 replies
Hello,I’ve been lurking this site for about 1 – 2 months and like the very informative community and information. I recently purchased a whiteside router bit, and it came covered in a thick layer of gel type coating. What should I use to remove it without harming the cutting tips? OR, should I leave it on? Thanks.