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Thread: I've almost got toolus overloadus

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    I've almost got toolus overloadus

    I brought home the last of Dad's large shop tools this weekend. A Davis & Wells shaper & a Craftsman shaper & the Bellsaw planer.

    Does anyone know anything about the Davis & Wells shaper?
    "Forget the flat stuff slap something on the spinny thing and lets go, we're burning daylight" Bart Leetch
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    Don't know anything about the shaper, but toolus overloadus, I think it's incurable, with a very serious prognosis.

    Ken

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    wrong diagnosis bart.........it`s "shop tosmallus" and this is in fact curable, the simplest but most painfull way to combat this bug is with a large infusion of cash in the form of floor/walls-n-ceiling....
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    Wink bart i offer my sicerest apologies

    but i agree with tod,, even up there in washington state you got more room avaailble to ya... maybe you could rent a big trialer and move part of the shop along witht the tools... or just make yurs bigger.. sounds like thing are going welll fer ya.
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