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cabmaker

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#1 posted 06-13-2012 01:53 AM

Iggles, yes I am very serious. Russell is looking to take his business to another level. I understand that that is a lot of bread but in the long haul there is certainly a payback. He may not be ready for that however. I just through that out there thinking he may not have even considered it as an option. Believe me I once reacted that way too until I bought a few of these type machines. The planer I use I bought new in 1988. It has seen several thousends of bd. ft. thats 24 yrs.( boy time flys) and other than little grease and oil every year or so that is all that has ever been done to it, aside from knife changes. Im on my 4th, maybe 5th set. I sharpen about three times a year. I know its a lot of money, but for a heavy planer, not bad. EnjoyJB


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