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Nice job Ken. That's on my project list one of these days.

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You'll have no problems with the O.P. spacer fence using that pusher Ken.

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Thanks Doug & Harry.
I did have to "pester" Bob off an on for some tips but, it was a very enjoyable project.

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nice work Ken , i could use one of them .

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Thank you John.

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