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#1 posted 11-01-2012 10:55 PM

David made a good point. Seek your dad’s help a little on this. Ask him what he likes the most about his shopsmith and what he likes the least. Then decide if that would be factors that would make a difference in your decision. Most will admit that it’s not the quality of the machine that is usually the deciding factor but the changing of each attachment to do a task….and the overall limits.

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