Aren't friends great?!
BTW, when I bought a _new_ Unisaw, I still needed to make a new cord, strip
the cosmolins, and align everything until it was right. Not that I'm
complaining, mind you. That's just what you do when a cabinet saw moves
into your show, new or used.
Now make them something really nice.
ps: Did you ask him about the shed full of 12/4 walnut drying in the back?
All I can say is that you suck the suckiest suck that ever was sucked!
"We need to make a sacrifice to the gods, find me a young virgin... oh, and
bring something to kill"
If you have never done a rebuild, check with the boys
over at http://www.owwm.com ... There are many folks
over there that have done some beautiful restores and
have wealth of restoration knowledge that can't be
found anywhere else.
This is example of the mythical $100 Unisaw.. if you wait
long enough... great find--get them, fix them, treasure them.
Here is another great resource for Unisaw rebuilds:
John Anderson wrote:
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