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    Wolverine jig

    Anyone know where the best place to buy the Wolverine jig can be found??

    Jay

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    Hi Jay

    You can get a set from Lee Valley

    http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.a...72&cat=1,43072
    cheers

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    Craft Supplies and Packard's both also sell them. Another option is the knock-off from Penn State. I have the Penn State version, and it's been a workable unit, although I'm sure the Wolverine is better made, based on my experience with other Oneway products. Also keep in mind there are extra accessories for the Wolverine (like the diamond dressing jig) that won't fit on the Penn State model.
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    Thanks guys I have also found it on amazon will check them all out to see who has the best deal
    Jay

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    I recently got a Wolverine and wished I had bought it years earlier.
    OTOH, there have been very good reports about the PSI knock-off at much less money.

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    Local turning clubs may offer them at reduced prices.



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    When you buy online

    Jay and all,
    Before you buy anything online, plug the site address into this and it will pull up all of the coupon codes. Sometimes they work and sometimes not but it tells how reliable they are based on folks who tried them. I saved about $200 when I bought all my turning stuff. It is worth bookmarking. I even use it when I order pizza:

    http://www.retailmenot.com/
    Dewey

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    I just got mine at Woodcraft when it and the 8" slow speed grinder were both on sale. For new stuff I like to use brick and mortar still. Guess I'm turning into a bit of a Luddite as my age slowly increases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Torres View Post
    Jay and all,
    Before you buy anything online, plug the site address into this and it will pull up all of the coupon codes. Sometimes they work and sometimes not but it tells how reliable they are based on folks who tried them. I saved about $200 when I bought all my turning stuff. It is worth bookmarking. I even use it when I order pizza:

    http://www.retailmenot.com/
    They must do a lot of pizzas. I searched for a grinder and got only pizza responses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Kosmowski View Post
    I just got mine at Woodcraft when it and the 8" slow speed grinder were both on sale. For new stuff I like to use brick and mortar still. Guess I'm turning into a bit of a Luddite as my age slowly increases.
    Id love to go to a Woodcraft store but the closest one to me is 200 miles up in KC

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