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  1. mjdtexan
    01-25-2011 10:32 AM - permalink
    mjdtexan
    Hey, nice to meet a fellow Texican.
  2. jeffreythree
    01-13-2011 06:52 PM - permalink
    jeffreythree
    Hello, and thanks for the kind words. Common mistake with the town, there are about 10 of them. Everyone thinks I am in the one they are familiar with. I am in the one just east of Denton in the far north part of the metromess. No gravel at the pond, pretty much just clay loams and such. The railroad even took out all their base when they pulled it up. The bridges look kind of funny sticking a couple of feet above grade.
  3. OhioTom
    12-22-2010 06:29 PM - permalink
    OhioTom
    I picked up the jack at a thrift store for 5 bucks. Sure beats paying 200 dollars for router lift! I finished my high school in Texas and lived there several years. Mesquite and iron wood from W. TX make great furniture!
  4. woodnthings
    05-01-2009 07:49 PM - permalink
    woodnthings
    Re twin tablesaws, they have full length 2" angle for legs, total of 8. each leg has a threaded pad of 1/4" steel welded on. by screwing the foot up or down you can level the whole shootin' match. BTW it's probably a little off just like the guy that assembled it! bill

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    CNC Programmer
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    Tools are like guns, You can never have enough.
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