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|03-11-2016 02:37 PM||
WTB - Tenon and Dovetail Saw / Router Plane - 4 replies
I am looking for a nice tenon and dovetail saw, along the lines of a Lie-Nielsen or similar quality. I am also looking for a used Router plane Thanks, Will
|12-16-2015 08:32 PM||
Dust Collector Exhaust\Outlet Port Size - 3 replies
I have an old Grizzly G1029 collector that I use with a 6” inlet (part available from Grizzly) and 6” main trunk pipe. I know that the exhaust\outlet port is actually only 5”, so I had been looking at increasing this as well. Speaking with a rep at Grizzly, even their brand new G1029Z2 still uses the same 5” exhaust por...
|07-30-2014 01:17 PM||
RBI 820 4 in 1 - Any One Use This - 3 replies
I am looking at getting a bigger planer to speed up the process a bit. One option available to me (2 hour drive to get) is a very lightly used RBI 820. This has a 15” planer capacity and has a 5 HP motor. The person is asking $1000, but seems willing to go lower. There seems to be very little on the web in regards to reviews, and of th...
|10-04-2012 02:51 AM||
Unifence Rail Swap - 13 replies
I have a 52” black unifence rail and would perfer something shorter, I thought I would see if anyone wanted to work out a trade before I cut it down. I also have an extra unifence head if anyone is interested. Thanks, Will
|09-06-2012 03:04 AM||
Old vs New Jointer - 2 replies
After a few years of some basic woodworking, I am slowly working to replace my collection of Ryobi tools with some higher quality items. I just upgraded my router to the Milwaukee 5625 so I am in the process of starting to save up for the next purchase. While looking on CL, I came across a Delta 37-220 Jointer that appears to be in great shape...
|09-04-2012 01:31 PM||
Router Choice - 12 replies
I am trying to break out of analysis paralysis on the purchase of a router that has been going on for a month. I have been dabbling with woodworking for about 5 years now mainly using Ryobi and other cheaper tools. I am ready to start to commit to purchasing higher quality tools and one of the first needs is a nice router. My first plan for t...