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    My version of Capt Eddies Steel Snake

    I ran across an article on how to build an elbow type tool. This is my version of that tool. This is not a difficult build but does require some accurate measuring and drilling. I have about $30 in the project. I had a lot of fun with this build and the tool works very well. I do enjoy making tools and have made several other hollowing rigs. I built a captured rig which my son Jeff now uses and a handled version also. Hope this tutorial helps some others build this rig. I get a lot of satisfaction out of turning with tools that I have made.

    Tutorial: Click Here
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    Last edited by Jeff Bower; 03-02-2009 at 07:20 PM. Reason: Edited text per request, JB

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