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post #21 of 25 Old 02-10-2012, 06:50 PM
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Next time you want a Nova product try CSUSA.They carry most all Nova products and their service is second to none.
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Next time you want a Nova product try CSUSA.They carry most all Nova products and their service is second to none.
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Thanks for the link. The main reason for going through Teknatool directly was to try and save a few bucks on a refurb chuck rather than a new one. I guess I should have just drove up the street to Woodcraft and got a new one. I'll look into CSUSA for jaws and other accessaries!!

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FINALLY!!!!! I got my chuck today. WOO HOO!! Its peppermill time!!!

So, they tossed in some extras and in my mind redeemed themselves. They gave me a free set of pin jaws that I think will come in pretty handy and a free dovetail chisel. The chisel is neat. Its deigned specifically for cutting dovetails for Nova chucks. I probably never would have purchased this tool but since it was free, I'm sure it will come in handy. In the end, the free stuff totaled more than my original order so I guess it was worth the headache allthough I still think four tries and three weeks to correct one mistake is a little rediculous. All in all, I'm happy with the way things turned out. At a minimum, this headache saved me nearly 60 bucks on the pin jaws alone because I probably would have purchased that set so I'll stop slamming Teknatool here and let this thread come to an end!!

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Bass, +1 to what Dick said about CSUSA. I've traveled to Provo to take 2 of their classes. They are fantasatic people and a great company. If you order before 3pm Mtn time, they ship the same day. Have a question about a tool, part, etc and they're great. Highly recommend them.

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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I'm glad they finally got you up and running. That has to be the worst I have heard in screw ups with Nova.

btw, TomC.. you stated you received your insert and wrench. Did that resolve your problem? Just wondered the outcome.

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