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1.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
wheres that old fool at??..we have an old contract that's never been fulfilled..
2.) Floyd - 11/17/2013
He's seems to keep busy, busy. He facebooks every once and awahile.
3.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
next time you chat with him. tell him I have a question about stilz recirculating saw..
4.) Floyd - 11/17/2013
Just do what you think he would tell you to do.
5.) Swamp Fox - 11/17/2013
Is that the one that goes 'round and 'round?
6.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
I don't know if it's the one he has or not..it can cut wood like a table saw and also be used as a jigsaw..
7.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
for those finer cuts..
8.) Swamp Fox - 11/17/2013
You'll put your eye out...
9.) Swamp Fox - 11/17/2013
Speaking of power tools---which I avoid as much as possible, so I still have all my fingers and have never seen what my bones look like--I'm looking for a better bit for installing treesteps. I've been using some standard Dewalt bits and even tried a SpeedBor, which was worthless. Now I'm onto a progressive bit. If that doesn't help, I'm not sure what's next.

These are some tough oaks and walnuts. Some of them will stop an 18V Ryobi. Don't tell me I need to step up to a 120 Binford. :pray:
10.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
what? you havnt had a finger cut off yet?...what a rookie..
11.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
its not a power tool until you snip off a finger..
12.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
its fast and painless.. trust me I no...
13.) crookedeye - 11/17/2013
its kinda like a bee sting...