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    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 04-29-2009 at 11:34 PM.
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    I've had good success buying from this guy:

    RG Woodworker Specialties

    The jaws I linked to look like they'd handle the tenon size you're talking about, but I think he can get you any set you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Thanks Vaughn
    And if I read the chart right they go from 3.1 to 4 so they should work.
    Yeah, that's how I read it, too.
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    Chuck,

    This chart contains all the Min/Max tenon / recess dimensions of all Nova Jaws.
    http://www.teknatool.com/products/Chuck_Accessories/Jaw_Sets/downloads/Min-Max%20Ranges%20Jaw%20Table%20(inch)Sep06.pdf
    Gordon

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    Hi Chuck,

    I reckon you would be better using the PowerGrip Jaws. They can handle a spigot of 3.03 to 3.85 inches.

    They are currently on a special offer here in the UK, heavily discounted, I think 22 off the rrp of 49. I have just bought a set.

    Given the weakness of the pound it may be one of the rare cases where you could get an import cheaper than local

    Best wishes,

    Mike C

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