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12-01-2013 11:40 PM

Bunch of Stuff For Sale all Proceeds going to Woodworkers Fighting Cancer - 1 reply

I have a few tools that I am getting rid of and all the proceeds are going to be donated to The Wood Whisperer’s Woodworkers Fighting Cancer Charity! No prices , just make a reasonable offer + shipping. If you want the whole lot even better! Saw Vise, not sure on the maker Buck Brothers made in USA 1 1/2” and 2” chisels...

07-02-2013 11:38 PM

How to install steamer trunk handles - 2 replies

I need to know how to install these unpinned handles for my steamer trunk. This is the trunk that I built but I did not use the plans. I have never dealt with this kind of handle before so I need some help so I don’t screw it up. Thanks!James

06-17-2013 06:26 AM

I might be using the wrong saw blade. - 5 replies

I have been having some problems with ripping on my table saw. Today I took a look at my riving knife and saw that I needed to use a saw blade with a minimum 0.114 – 0.122. I have been using a thin kerf blade which .098” kerf which would explain my ripping problems. I quickly realized that I now have another problem, no saw blades fit into...

01-01-2013 01:05 AM

Grizzly Coupon for someone to use - 4 replies

I just realized that I have a 5% off coupon code that is getting ready to expire TONIGHT!!! I completely forgot about it, sorry! Here it is: 12NC9849886JA James

10-14-2012 03:53 PM

For Sale Disston No. 16 Cross Cut Saw 8 PPI $85 - 0 replies

For Sale Disston No. 16 Cross Cut Saw 8 PPI $85 shipped. James

08-29-2011 06:30 AM

Electrical Help Needed - 15 replies

I just bought a table saw from CL and it runs on 220v. I do have 220 in my house but the problem is that its for a dryer that has a standard 30 Amp 220 4 prong outlet and my table saw is standard 220v cord. I thought I could just make an 12/3 extension cord with a 4 prong plug and run it to my dryer outlet. It did work but there is a big problem...

08-16-2011 06:36 AM

Trouble with Ridgid jointer knives - 4 replies

I just recently bought a Ridgid jointer off CL and took the knives out for cleaning. The problem is that I cannot seem to get them to lock back in. Not sure if I just not setting knife properly or what but it the jib just won’t lock down on the knife and its still loose after I tighten the jib all the way down. Any help is appreciated. Tha...

06-22-2011 04:18 PM

Several Hand Tools for sale - 4 replies

I have a bunch of hand tools I am selling some are new and have never been used others are only about six months old. Veritas Bevel Up jointer- $240 with plane sackVeritas Smoother $170 with plane sackLN Low Angle Block Plane w/ plane sack- $135Veritas Plow Plane (New never used) with all 5 Blades (1/8”, 3/16”, 1/4”, 5/16...

11-27-2010 03:19 AM

Help with Stanley Bedrock Plane - 24 replies

Hello,I just bought a Stanley Bedrock plane. Here is the problem. Its a no 4 not a 604 but this leads me to believe that this might be a type 1 bedrock plane. Its got the patent date of Apr 2-95 but not sure if my information is correct or not. I have attached some pics. It would be great if someone could give me some more info on this plane. ...

09-13-2010 10:34 PM

Table saw question - 7 replies

I am thinking about buying the new G0715P table saw from Grizzly. One problem, its a 16 AMP saw and my breakers are only 15AMPS. Can I run this saw on a 15 AMP breaker?

07-18-2010 10:02 PM

If you had to start over would you start with hand tools instead of power? - 47 replies

I have been pondering this question for sometime now. I am still a fairly new woodworker and am getting ready to by some new power tools, table saw, bandsaw, jointer but I have seriously given consideration to putting off the power tools for a couple of years and just work with hand tools instead. I am just a hobbyist and have no need for effici...

07-13-2010 03:31 AM

Workbenches - 25 replies

Buy or build a workbench, what do you think? I am fairly new and have limited set of tools and it seems one of the most important is a workbench. I don’t feel I have the skill set to build a quality workbench that will last several years and be functional so I am contemplating buying one at some point soon. Here is the problem, I also need...

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