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    tcleve4911Posted new reply in Tools & Equipment4/16/2006, 8:56 AM

    Whichever you chose , get carbide blades either new or replacement. I started with a makita ...40- $50 to put on carbide blades Hitachi good feel...$75 to add carbide. Lately, I...

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    tcleve4911Posted new reply in Construction3/26/2006, 9:34 AM

    Coravent is made so you can remove half of one side so you put the courogaded area on the roof & the "stripped" portion up the sidewall. Cut a 3" strip off the roof sheathing an...

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    tcleve4911Posted new reply in Business3/26/2006, 8:53 AM

    On small jobs I always say to myself "What would I expect to pay?" I would gladly pay someone $1,000 to come home & see a great job done, a clean site and a trades person I can...

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    tcleve4911Posted new reply in Finish Carpentry3/26/2006, 8:29 AM

    I saw the "Mastercoper" at the JLC trade show. Looks awesome but you have to create your own "pattern" of the molding you are coping. It doesn't come with any premade patterns ...

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    tcleve4911Posted new reply in Carpentry3/26/2006, 7:33 AM

    New to the site, old to the trades. One of many old tricks/tools is the "Tick stick" used to measure the length between two walls. Take two scraps (typ. 3/4" x 3/4") cut them ...

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