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#1 posted 03-06-2014 05:25 AM

@ Firefighter, I am thinking about upgrading to a long bed when we move, right now I am maxed out on space, I plan on (for now) with larger boards I need dead flat to use a combo of hand and power jointer. Its a good suggestion, thank you. Also I want to say I appreciate your occupation, it is men and women like you that we all rely on, and need. So thank you for your hard work and sacrifice. @Rocky sometimes. If it does not I always cut to rough, then mill. One of my hobbies is building snake and reptile cages. Sometimes they need to be larger than 8 feet.. But over that distance they don’t need to be dead flat.. Construction grade timber is really bad here.. If I can get pieces that are somewhat in shape I am lucky. Anyway thank you all again for the suggestions and help, I knew there is a good reason why you don’t see people building this stuff often, just wanted to make sure, I am fairly new to the craft still.

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