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Old 06-01-2007, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default What do HBT Dads want out there for Father's Day?

Here's what I'm hoping for.....



14.5 gallons of heaven!

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Old 06-01-2007, 04:23 PM   #2
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That would make this dad happy!

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Old 06-01-2007, 04:23 PM   #3
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I want one of these;


Three of these:


and a free day in the brewery!

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Conical would be awesome, but I'm buying myself a table saw for Papa's Day

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Conical would be awesome, but I'm buying myself a table saw for Papa's Day
Let's see it. Perhaps one of these? It will cut wood, but not your hot dog.

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Old 06-01-2007, 04:46 PM   #6
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I've seen that; how much it it, like five grand?

I'm looking at saws that are ~$200 or so. Big enough where they've got a decent-sized, stable table, but not one of the real nice ones that I won't use enough to justify the extra expense. I've actually twice purchased one of the uber-cheap, $99 saws, and changed my mind and returned it still in the box since I knew I would ultimately want a nicer one.

Anyone have any recommendations? Table saws under $250 or so?

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I have a Skil table saw. Works for me. It cuts square and true. So far, it has had enough capacity to do everything I've asked of it.

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Anyone have any recommendations? Table saws under $250 or so?
I got a Ryobi for under $250. Table top, no legs. I clamped it onto a sawhorse rig with wheels and used it while finishing my basement.

Must have ripped 50-60 2x4's to frame around duct work and get my coffered cielings framed. Worked great. I just ripped wome 5/8ths plywood last weekend with it to finishout my kegerator closet.
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Grain mill unless I get off my duff and finish building mine.
Grain.
Couple of forward sealing faucets.
Banjo burner.
March pump.
Bottle gun.

Cash windfall so I can quit my job and brew beer all day!

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I already bought it 4 tower speekers for my boat tower. O wait no that was my birthday present (June 9)Hmmmmmm gonna have to go with a chest freezer like Ed's.. that would take the cake...
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