Check out places that do electric motor repair. If it's available, they'll know. If there's a way to use an alternate, they'll also know.
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I agree on the older Craftsman Contractor Saws. I have one with a Biesmeyer fence on it, it's great and accurate. General is good, so is Delta, s...
Rent a compressor & stapler. It'll do a better job and won't take won't take all your money for something you may not use again.
This is one time where "you get what you pay for" applies. Bought a clip-head nailer. First one lasted 3 days, 2d one made it a week. Gave up on...
Check out McFeeley's, if they don't have what you want, I don't think it exists. Here's a webpage: http://store.yahoo.com/squaredrive/driver-bi...
Magna is the original company that made the shopsmith. My try them and see if they can steer you somewhere. Other idea is try searching via Googl...
I do furniture restoration and repair, having done it for over 30 years. Last count, I think I have about 9 or 10 routers. 3 are new on the shelf...
In my opinion, the best use for an oil-less compressor is where they have to be set at odd angles. Things like a shingling compressor, that kind o...
That's a new one on me. If he ever explains it, I'ld love to see what he says it's supposed to do.
If ***** (the selling company name keeps switching to *, just so you know) don't carry them, take one to a tool or motor repair shop. Bet they're ...
ZoeyAssuming you are planning on mitering the corners, the same methods are used whether a power miterbox or by hand materbox. Assuming your corne...
Couple of ideas on this. Check out Feb 2004 issue of Woodworkers Journal for idea on a 'shop built' jig or Tenoning Jig.
I'm assuming it was some form of plasticiser that leached out of the plastic, assuming it's not true rubber. It's a solvent/catalyst used in makin...
Just received the Feb issue of Family Handyman and there's an article on 'Maximize your closet'. Might give you some alternate ideas on what you c...
AltereagleJust saw your question. The house was owned by an older couple that had not had kids there for 30-40 years. Unfortunately the screws on...
I have a small exterior fence I add to my mitersaw. This I use for crown molding, bottom against the saw fence, top against this one. How far for...
Sure. Score the final cut line to reduce tearout. Insure your edge guide and bit are tight. Depending on how wide and deep you're cutting, take ...
I've seen devices before that will raise and lower a TV in a cabinet. Might something like that suit your needs? I think I've seen them before in...
Bette GI bought a 1916 2 story back in 1987. They had replaced the fusebox and cut all the wiring in the basement and replaced the knob-and-tube w...