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Rick Dennington

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#1 posted 09-28-2009 08:36 PM

roman: My mistake again on your suggestion/idea. I didn’t read the line where you have a solid maple top on your w.b. You would most certainly want to cover up a nice top like that and get no damage to it. I’m gonna have to learn to read slower, or get some glasses.

PurpLev and Aaron: 2nd the masonite: I have one work bench that has masonite to cover the bench top. When it gets banged up, take it off, throw it away, and get a new piece, start over. It’s cheap insurance.

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