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    My Christmas Toys!

    Things here have been very busy over the past month or so. Thats why its taking until almost 5 days later to post the Christmas tool loot.

    This year's Christmas score was:
    Wolverine Flat Tool Sharpening & Honing Jig
    Ridgid oscillating edge belt/spindle sander
    Rotozip spiral saw
    Grab-It Pro screw extractor set
    The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery

    With some Christmas money, I added the Steel City morticer to my shop.
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    Sean for the Rotozip you purchase from Ace an arbor shaft that you can mount a carborundum disk also from Ace to cut metal,very handy.
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    Looks like Santa's sleigh might have been over the weight limit!
    Nice haul!
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    I'm thinking,,,,,,,,,,,,,, well, good haul Sean!!!!!!! I got to get on your Santa's route, my Santa doesn't deliver goods like that!!!!!
    Jon

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    Wow Sean, between your x-mas & birthday goodies, you may need a larger shop to house it all you are really going to like the Ridgid oscillating sander. Its a great tool, very versatile.

    Tom

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    Very nice haul Sean!

    I agree, your going to like that sander. Heck your going to like all those tools.

    Congrats!
    Darren

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