Ryobi parts

Need help finding a web site for Ryobi parts -- keep ending up in a dead end. Beginning to wonder if they even have a web site for parts.
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Yes, but it is not the Ryobi home page.
http://www.outdoordistributors.com/ryobi-door.html
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They have a number of forums. Table saws , Screwdriver? What??
http://www.ryobitools.com/cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboard.cgi?az=list&forum ForumID24&confConfID1
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Parts for a Ryobi? Next you'll be wanting to know the best technique for flattening and re-using tin (aluminum) foil.
sorry. couldn't resist.
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A vacuum veneering press works really nicely for flattening foil. max

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max wrote:

Should that have been followed by Don't Ask Me How I Know This?
Speaking of which, a Sears band saw works real good for cutting frozen sausage.
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A General 20 inch bandsaw can do serious damage to a frozen Virginia ham!!!! Max (dont ask)

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On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 05:01:01 +0000, max wrote:

A circa 1950 Delta 14" bandsaw works just fine for slicing frozen bread to just the perfect toast thickness and for butchering moose.
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Luigi Zanasi wrote:

Yahbut, you wanna cut a body in half, you have to go with a DoAll.
UA100, who has long since lost the link to Band Saw Suicide...
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Unisaw A100 wrote:

Will this help?
http://www.ogrish.com/archives/2003/november/OGRISH-dot-com-466_1.jpg
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Nope...links to ogrish or somethingawful never do, sorry.
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Still don't look like suicide to me. Take off the shoes? Loosen the belt? Straddle the post?
C'mon - he was pushed. Prolly for not paying his dues.
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http://www.rotten.com
Used to be on that site, dont know if it still is or not. Couldnt find it but didnt spend a lot of time looking either.
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wrote:

hey, recycled aluminum foil makes the *best* hats....
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This place has a good inventory and good prices on Ryobi parts. http://www.ordertree.com /
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wrote:

call: 1800 525 2579
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