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    Smithway Moulder

    Anyone ever use or seen a Smithway moulder? I am picking one up for the shop and going to dedicate it to flooring. The only bad thing about this molder is it will only make molding up to 4" wide. It will fit right in with all the other old tools floating around in there.

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    Q: What's a Smithway?

    A: Oh, about 1500, 1600 pounds.

    Never heard of the brand, but the pics I see on the web look like it's a heck of a machine. Are you looking at the 4-head molder?
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    Four heads I hope your a real dragon slayer.

    One knight to another I've killed three dragons & have a scar...other knight in response no thanks I don't smoke.
    "Forget the flat stuff slap something on the spinny thing and lets go, we're burning daylight" Bart Leetch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Leetch View Post
    Four heads I hope your a real dragon slayer.

    One knight to another I've killed three dragons & have a scar...other knight in response no thanks I don't smoke.
    I been looking at getting afour sided for doing flooring for awhile and I finaly found a good deal on one. It will need some modern safety guards made up and itstalled.

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