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Can you post a picture of the blade you are talking about ? Please

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Can you post a picture of the blade you are talking about ? Please

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OK Bob... you found me... I have pics that have the names on them...
You found one that doesn't have them... (my website... have to update that one). The other guy is Sam Maloof... lives up the street about 5 minutes away.

This was easier than posting a picture... read the reviews also...
http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-T234X-Pr...503967-5089518

These are GREAT blades!!

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Thanks , sure would like to see a picture of your shop

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OK Bob... you found me... I have pics that have the names on them...
You found one that doesn't have them... (my website... have to update that one). The other guy is Sam Maloof... lives up the street about 5 minutes away.

This was easier than posting a picture... read the reviews also...
http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-T234X-Pr...503967-5089518

These are GREAT blades!!



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Thanks , sure would like to see a picture of your shop

Bj
I have always been somewhat ashamed of my shop... more junk all over than anything else...

I have recently made some big improvements... had to stop in middle of job when my leg problem errupted... getting better...

It's not very big... (nothing to look at)
14" G0555 BS
Ryobi table saw with sliding miter table...
4" old Delta jointer (from FIL)
sanding stuff
router table
bench DP
Chests of drawers topped w/ ply for work space.

Got another table saw inherited from FIL... (general contractor dec'd)
... a SPEE-D-KUT, 10" S4600 ... getting it cleaned... looking good...
I have to find a place to put it now... more fun!! Made in 1960's...
Rugged contractor type saw... has a 3/4" arbor... I have 5/8" blades...
Have to drill some out to 3/4" I guess... didn't expect that!
Had to replace motor... still working on it.

Then, I'm not sure if I can get pics from my camera to this computer... was using another cpu for pics, it went south, haven't tried on this one... will see soon.

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Hi Joe

Ok I will look forward to seeing them

I aslo see you are or was into Ham , I am a over done CB'er and at one time I was going after my Ham Lic. but I quit along time ago,,, I had tons of equipment, Yaesu old tube type,Yaesu FT-1000D,KENWOOD and a 10,20,40,80 meter beam on a 120ft tower..like most things I get into I when nuts buying equipment full boat or not at all

As far as the picture I sure would like to see your shop ashamed or not it's just a picture it always helps when you can see other shops to get a hint what they do or know..


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I aslo see you are or was into Ham , I am a over done CB'er and at one time I was going after my Ham Lic. but I quit along time ago,,, I had tons of equipment, Yaesu old tube type,Yaesu FT-1000D,KENWOOD and a 10,20,40,80 meter beam on a 120ft tower..like most things I get into I when nuts buying equipment full boat or not at all

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Yep, I'm still a ham... wb6ufx... gen. lic. from the mid 60's... Don't do much anymore... Have the Drake line, 2m, & 220 and a dipole & vert.
I used to be on 2m mobile while living on the freeways... during my 'working' days... was a fun way to pass the time...

You had all that equipment without a ham license?!!

... and you didn't use most of it... yes?

What no linear amp.?!

I had to get rid of a lot of teletype equipment when I got back into woodworking... that really hurt... was hard to do... but no one wanted it... would have been nice in a museum somewhere.

It's a lot easier to get a ham lic. now... NO CODE!!
When I started, I had to get a Novice lic. good for only 1 year... not renewable... had to upgrade or forget it... had to learn Code @ 13 wpm... got to about 18 wpm so I would pass @ 13... took my vacation the last 2 weeks before lic. expiration... practiced a lot... went to Los Angeles and aced the code & written exams.
Now, all you have to do is pass a written exam...

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"without a ham license?" = Yes, like I said I was a CB,er and not a Ham.
"What no linear" = O yes I had them, moble,plus 10k,5k, 2K,1k, when I keyed up at home the lights would dim for 1/2 mile away I could get the toster to speak a 8 blocks away.
Had the power company come out and put in a new pole and tran. so I could have more power,,,,,OLD Tube type use power by the tons.

Then FCC and I had a talk I was asked to get a Station Lic. or get out of it.

Then I got into FM 2m and then got out of it...and sold all the items off by the truck load ...

Bj

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Yep, I'm still a ham... wb6ufx... gen. lic. from the mid 60's... Don't do much anymore... Have the Drake line, 2m, & 220 and a dipole & vert.
I used to be on 2m mobile while living on the freeways... during my 'working' days... was a fun way to pass the time...

You had all that equipment without a ham license?!!

... and you didn't use most of it... yes?

What no linear amp.?!

I had to get rid of a lot of teletype equipment when I got back into woodworking... that really hurt... was hard to do... but no one wanted it... would have been nice in a museum somewhere.

It's a lot easier to get a ham lic. now... NO CODE!!
When I started, I had to get a Novice lic. good for only 1 year... not renewable... had to upgrade or forget it... had to learn Code @ 13 wpm... got to about 18 wpm so I would pass @ 13... took my vacation the last 2 weeks before lic. expiration... practiced a lot... went to Los Angeles and aced the code & written exams.
Now, all you have to do is pass a written exam...



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"without a ham license?" = Yes, like I said I was a CB,er and not a Ham.
"What no linear" = O yes I had them, moble,plus 10k,5k, 2K,1k, when I keyed up at home the lights would dim for 1/2 mile away I could get the toster to speak a 8 blocks away.
Had the power company come out and put in a new pole and tran. so I could have more power,,,,,OLD Tube type use power by the tons.

Then FCC and I had a talk I was asked to get a Station Lic. or get out of it.

Then I got into FM 2m and then got out of it...and sold all the items off by the truck load ...

Bj
Why didn't you get a lic.??
... with a little effort, you coulda done it... & had fun legally.

You were LUCKY...

You wouldn't get off like that if it happened today...

Have Fun,
Joe

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