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    birthday present from my wife

    this is this year's birthday present from my wife.
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    benedictione omnes bene

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    Cool, wife did good
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    Great gift. She is a keeper.
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    dan, be sure to check grain direction before you go a radiusing away.. i got one givun to me and dint pay attention the first time ,,and it makes a world of difference they like to make the whole radius in one cut and that will cause trouble if your going the wrong direction
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    I like where your wife shops!!! Great present!!
    Jon

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    Great plane...don't know if the bull will like it or not.
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    Neat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    dan, be sure to check grain direction before you go a radiusing away.. i got one givun to me and dint pay attention the first time ,,and it makes a world of difference they like to make the whole radius in one cut and that will cause trouble if your going the wrong direction
    Larry...you gotta quit trying to plane OSB
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    I need to do penance or something, why else is there always one more tool?

    Enjoy,

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    Wow, she's seen my wish list
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