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Thread: Peach Tree Zero Clearance Insert Sale

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    Peach Tree Zero Clearance Insert Sale

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    Thanks for posting. I need a couple of those.
    Chinese Proverb: Man who eats many prunes gets good run for the money.

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    At $10 even I'll take a few. I make my own in batches and it is just about time again. Guess I'll try commercial this once.
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    I make my own out of Pergo flooring. Sometimes you can buy broken boxes at the big box stores quite inexpensively.

    Enjoy,

    JimB
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    I've used the UHMD plastic zero clearance inserts. The ones I had (or still have, actually) were bowed to the point where they would not sit flush with the top of the saw. Never again for me. I'll stick with the phenolic ones.
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