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|12-10-2014 06:34 PM||
Veritas grinder tool rest - 7 replies
Purchased here on the forums but never used, all parts are here, it has been out of the box and gotten some dust and dirt on it. I flattened the back of the clamp portion on glass/sandpaper, otherwise no marks/damage.Paypal goods only, $39 shipped CONUS.
|11-23-2014 12:53 AM||
My new (to me) table saw - 13 replies
I’ve been using an old Ryobi BT3000 table saw for about a year for small woodworking projects and the ongoing re-model of our house, it worked great, but I’ve kept my eyes open for a good deal. Would love a cabinet saw, but my wife is in the Coast Guard and we are going to move again (2 years? 3 years?) so I need to keep my tools fro...
|04-01-2013 08:56 PM||
Boston area package deal - 3 replies
My wife is in the Coast Guard and after we moved here on 1 Jan 2012 we figured we’d be here for 4-5 years as those are the typical assignment lengths. Well, she just got orders to Corpus Christi for June. We’re more than happy to return to TX, but, I’ve been ‘collecting’ tools and now need to unload some things. ...
|04-17-2012 05:15 PM||
$40 for 5? Seemed like a deal (pic heavy) - 2 replies
So I responded to a Craigslist ad the other day, nice fellow buys old tools and re-sells what he doesn’t want and as he prefers powered tools he sells off most of the ‘manual’ type.I’m a novice hand plane user/owner but I couldn’t say no when he offered these 5 for $40, I bought a few hand saws and a few other do-da...
|08-17-2010 04:20 PM||
New to me Rockwell 34-440, needs help - 0 replies
Hi all!Have been keeping an eye on my local Craigslist for a month or so looking for an inexpensive but not ‘cheap’ table saw so that I can advance my minuscule WW skills. Yesterday a Rockwell 34-440 popped up for $100. Jumped on it, had to disassemble it to get it in the back of my jeep so I can’t post pictures yet. Motor fire...