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Dan Lyke

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#1 posted 08-28-2010 05:25 PM

rhett, yeah, I was looking at a house a few years ago that someone with a real love for wood had done up. The kitchen drawers were all wood-on-wood, and he was bragging about how authentic this was, and I was thinkin’ “The look is nice, but I’d rather have the slides”.

I go for the wood-on-wood for things like small tool chests, where I’ve got lots of thin drawers that I’m trying to pack into a small space.

Greg, thanks! I’ve gotta upgrade my router table fence!

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