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    Firefighter's table

    Saw this over at another forum. Might be a good inspiration for someone that's got old hand planes and other woodworking tools around that are broken for doing a woodworker's table.

    http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=142836
    Darren

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    Very cool.
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    Neat!
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    That was interesting. I will have to go back and see the finished product.

    Thanks for showing.

    Enjoy,

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    Too cool.
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    That is very cool, I'll have to E mail the link to my son, when he's not on deployment to the middle east he is a volunteer first responder for Onslo County fire rescue.
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