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-- If I cut it too short I can scab a piece on, but if it's too long what do I do?

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#1 posted 1178 days ago

Welcome To LumberJocks, Good Luck…

-- Rick

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higtron

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#2 posted 1178 days ago

i’m makeing a leg vice for my work bench i’m thinking useing a grizzly bench screw h5577 it looks like it will do the trick. just wondering if anyone has used this product and how it holds up, ease of installation (from the picture in the catalog it looks like ther should be another piece for the handle end that would screw into the jaw it shows the nut that would screw into the leg). thanks for any input dave

-- If I cut it too short I can scab a piece on, but if it's too long what do I do?

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higtron

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#3 posted 1178 days ago

thank nice to meet you rick

-- If I cut it too short I can scab a piece on, but if it's too long what do I do?

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Max

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#4 posted 1178 days ago

Glad to see that you have made LumberJocks a part of your Woodworking experience… Welcome

You will get a much better response to your question if you post it in one of the forums here on LumberJocks.

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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Splinterman

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#5 posted 1177 days ago

WELCOME to LJ’s…Enjoy the experience.

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#6 posted 1177 days ago

Welcome aboard. Nice that you could join us on Lumberjocks.

-- Wayne - Plymouth MN

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WistysWoodWorkingWonders

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#7 posted 976 days ago

Hi there,
Welcome to LumberJocks… I joined the site myself just about 2 years ago and will give you fair warning, this site is VERY ADDICTIVE, VERY EDUCATIONAL, and VERY FUN…. so sit back, enjoy the ride and learn from the other LJ’s as they are a group of extremely talented people that are also very friendly…
I apologize for the late welcome but I am currently serving overseas and don’t have a lot of spare time on my hands.

Enjoy your time here on LJ and pass the word to any of your woodworking buddies about us…

Wisty

-- New Project = New Tool... it's just the way it is, don't fight it... :)

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HugoLumberMX

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#8 posted 395 days ago

Thanks for your reply to my “Any suggestions on how to cut this?” blog entry! I posted a reply adding more detail if you want to take a look.
Thanks again for the advice!

-- Better to start now than wait :)

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