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Posted on Newby needs help getting my new (used) jointer fixed

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#1 posted 06-30-2012 08:13 PM

The JB weld is a good idea too. I would probably have to break it off first to do that. Maybe drill a stop-hole and then break it off.
If I am going to grind the rail down, I will need to stabilize the rail somehow first (either welding or JB weld) because it will probably break when I start to grind it.
I am feeling better that even though it wasn’t lined up propery – I could probably get her back together and in solid shape to do 1/16” cutting. I won’t know until I get the bent part dressed and try to bolt her back together.

Thanks,

Nathan


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