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Thread: Now that's a gouge!

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    Now that's a gouge!

    Saw this over on SMC. Quite a bit of cool large turned stuff
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    I think I like this guy---a lot!!! He and I think a lot alike.

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    Yep Jeff that is a gouge. Holy cow.
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    You gotta love it. Texas Ebony... in other words, a creosote soaked telephaone pole! Imagine turning something out of that!

    http://www.turningaround.org/texas_ebony_posts.htm

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    has anybody extended an invitation?
    [SIZE="1"] associated with several importers and manufacturers.[/SIZE]

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    Man those were very extreme and push the thought process a lot farther than it had been!! Thanks for posting those!!!

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