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Old 12-27-2016, 02:11 PM   #14441
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I have two of them and donít have the problems others report either. I like the idea of keeping them set-up for different applications, but it pisses me off that they donít fit in the case when theyíre set-up. Iíve had to modify one of the cases Ė should probably modify the other as well.
I modify the cases to. But then I put other things in them.

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Old 12-27-2016, 04:52 PM   #14442
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I got mine for 199$ and will check it out more.
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I modify the cases to. But then I put other things in them.

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A few months ago you didn't even work with PVC, now you have your own trim welder kit.
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A few months ago you didn't even work with PVC, now you have your own trim welder kit.
I was forced to get it. Therefore I have it. Got tired of carting it around in the cardboard box so I made the kit.
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Finally got this bad boy installed! 80" of support as measured from the blade in either direction.
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Christmas Haul.

Sharpened a bunch of stuff with the WorkSharp and got the Electric and Air Hose reels installed.

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Where'd you get the electric wheel?


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https://www.amazon.com/Reelcraft-LD2...sion+cord+reel

I have a couple of them. My original one is a 12 ga 50 footer. They're outrageously priced now. The other one is a Craftsman. Looking at the Craftsman and the Reelcraft and I'd say the only difference is the label.
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Man you wives really know what to get you guys for Xmas or do you leave a detailed list with the aisle location and store name?

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Man you wives really know what to get you guys for Xmas or do you leave a detailed list with the aisle location and store name?

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Detailed list with exact model numbers and place to purchase.

She knows me..... Who is this guy
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I'd have to have a 100' reel. We could use three in our shop, BAD!


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That long would need to be a hand crank reel.
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Here ya go.

https://www.amazon.com/Alert-Stampin...1420VY71SCTMJM
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Wow your like a magic online genie!! Lmao. Your wish is my command... let's see, what else do I need? Hmm.


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Sharpened a bunch of stuff with the WorkSharp and got the Electric and Air Hose reels installed.

How do you like that work sharp? Can you sharpen 24" planer blades on it or only things like chisels and jack planes?

I am using some reclaimed pecky cypress and had to have my blades sharpened and now have to do it again, I hate reclaimed ****, always some type of metal but it's really good looking pecky or else I wouldn't be using it.
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We tried a garden hose reel. They are in our work van. They work great for air hoses but extension cords are no bueno. You have to reel ALL of it out to get to the plug. If it will plug into the reel and I can connect power to the side of the reel and use just enough cord to get to the work that would be what I am looking for.


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How do you like that work sharp? Can you sharpen 24" planer blades on it or only things like chisels and jack planes?

I am using some reclaimed pecky cypress and had to have my blades sharpened and now have to do it again, I hate reclaimed ****, always some type of metal but it's really good looking pecky or else I wouldn't be using it.
I'm sure it could with the right accessory. But as it comes no. Plane blades and chisels is what it's used for mainly. You can do knives and things quicker than if you used a stone.
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How do you like that work sharp? Can you sharpen 24" planer blades on it or only things like chisels and jack planes?

I am using some reclaimed pecky cypress and had to have my blades sharpened and now have to do it again, I hate reclaimed ****, always some type of metal but it's really good looking pecky or else I wouldn't be using it.
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Had a $1200 delivery of fasteners, post saddles, a makita box for my tracksaw, big 15g dewalt box for my drywall stuff, 3 dewalt tough boxes, first aid kit, etc.



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