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#1 posted 12-24-2012 04:04 PM

Thanks Huff.
Happy Holidays.

My only concern is relying entirely on the stub tenon with the cope and stick bits.
It might be possible to remove the upper portion of the coping bit on the Amana set, and be able to do a real M&T. I know a lot of guys say that the stub tenons hold up fine long term, but it would make me worry, and a real m&t is fairly easy to do.

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