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Default Long Time No See, Fellow Woodworkers!

Been a long time I know but after yesterday really felt I needed to get on here if just to say hello. I've missed being here and talkin shop with everyone.

Hope all is well. A lot going on but I won't bore you with the details. Working on Beastie to get him moved closer to home. Keep your fingers crossed.

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You are always welcome, Barb.

How are you going with the replacement of the 'missing' tools?

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Hi James!

Only have to replace my compound miter but the one I want is the Bosch with the bending arm. ($700)lol so I may have to deal with having the dewalt for now (that was NOT taken care of and needs parts)

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Hi barb welcome back, You know what they say good things are as scarce as hens teeth regards carl.

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Welcome back Barb--I noted a post from you in another thread a few days ago, great to have your input again.
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Hey Barb, take a look at the Hitachi 12" sliding compound, I have had mine for about 2 years now and have since sold my 3 Dewalts and 2 Craftsman saws this one I like way better than the others.... Good luck in whichever Ya choose

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Warren, this is the saw Barb wants: GCM12SD 12" Dual-Bevel Glide Miter Saw | Bosch

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Hi guys...

Thanks for the warm greetings! I sure have missed being here. As for YOU Mike; LOL I'm just gonna bide my time; mark my words, I'll get you, Mister LOL

Warren, I need the "wall-hugger" that Mike posted. Remember my workshop is a motorhome, so I don't have the space for those long arms stickin out the back. I can see me doing a cut with some gusto, and "WHAM!" right through the window LOL

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