Thin and
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thinner!!!




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  Re: Thin and by K. L McReynolds ( [url=http://www.wim...)



It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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  Re: Thin and by K. L McReynolds ( [url=http://www.wim...)
.0004 inches!!!! That's impressive.
Currently a smarta$$ but hoping to one day graduate to wisea$$
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  Re: Thin and by K. L McReynolds ( [url=http://www.wim...)
Amazing very sharp
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  Re: Re: Thin and by Dennis Puskar (Amazing very sharp...)
But can he saw to a line? Hmmm....
"Life is too short for bad tools.".-- Pedder 7/22/11
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#16
  Re: Thin and by K. L McReynolds ( [url=http://www.wim...)
Cool video. Thanks for posting.
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  Re: Thin and by K. L McReynolds ( [url=http://www.wim...)
What species of wood are they planing?
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#18
  Re: Re: Thin and by Mike Brady (What species of wood...)
Don't you know, all Japanese planes only work on soft pine!

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  Re: Re: Thin and by Admiral (Don't you know, all ...)
What's all the fuss? Isn't that the part you throw away?



Japanese hamsters must be the happiest in the world. Their cages are really comfy.
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#20
  Re: Re: Thin and by Mike Brady (What species of wood...)
Paperwood?

I wonder the same thing.

That piece of stock should last a lifetime.





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