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    Wink Achesalot it is all your fault!

    Oh and Troutie too
    TES (tool envy syndrome) strikes again

    Thanks to everyone for getting me addicted and a step closer to bankruptcy


























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    Nice, that thing makes my new X2 look like a toy, heck you could probably build an X2 with that thing

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    wh... wh... wow!
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    nice..

    Zen,


    Which model is that?


    Where did you purchase?

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    Is that a 914 in the background?

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    My,My, that looks to be a lot of fun. Oh, the things I could make....

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    Looks a nice tool now you need to spend the same on cutters for it and you are cooking .

    What a neat and tidy workshop I must have been born with the untidy gene

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    Cdale Tony it is a 914. 73 2.0 to be exact, but under rustoration right now

    It is a central machinery model 40939-5VGA http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=40939

    Grizzly and ENCO also sell a similar model.

    I picked it up from Craigslist used , but it was still bolted to the crate!

    The good thing about this one Troutie is that all my tooling transfers over so minimal tooling cost right now, just replacement costs basically.

    Tidy workshop is an optical illusion. It is an absolute mess right now.

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