Are there any other woodworker supply stores near central NJ? I used to go
to WoodWorkers Warehouse, until they went bankrupt. Now I am limited to
Lowes, HomeDepot, and an occasional machine tool shop.
Have you checked the Woodcraft or Western Tool web sites? I'd be really
surprised if there isn't a Woodcraft in that area. Western Tool has
reopened some WWW stores in MA, and CT, possibly elsewhere. Maybe
they've done something in NJ.
There's also Garrett Wade and http://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/ in NYC
if you're looking for an over the counter source of hand tools.
I've heard of a place in Mountainside or maybe Union/Springfield... Force
Are you THE X_HOBBES I used to know from Art A?
Joe Agro, Jr.
Now why would FUBU be reading posts on a woodworking newsgroup??? New
interests??? No more Ziareeka collections? I thought you only wrote to
hacker publications! *Hehehe*
Yes, this is X_HOBBES from the BC Tech Lab. =-)
Dufu.... DUFU... FUBU is an urban apparel company I think...
Check out my links below... That is what I do these days. I gave up on
corporate America man... You need to drill LOTS of holes anytime soon?
eMail me privately going forward. No need to bore all these folks with our
useless ramblings... <grin>
Hacker??? You must have me confused with another person.
As far as Ziareeka goes... I've downgraded my car audio to a tape player...
So no... Looking for a new car rather than a new radio.
There can be only one! Still building that canoe table?
Joe Agro, Jr.
The Woodcraft Supply in Wilmington, DE is another good choice. Its about
1.5 hours from Monmouth Cty. The advantage there is NO SALES TAX.
Depending on what you buy it could definitely be worth the trip for that
Central NJ is tough. A good power tool source is Force Machinery in
Union on Route 22 westbound lane. No WWWarehouse any more. Closest
specialty store is Woodcraft in Allentown PA right off I-78, and the
Harbour Freight in Allentown, although I would not call HF "specialty"
by any means. The Woodcraft guys in Allentown are always amazed I
drive an hour to visit and shop there. I've been to Garrett Wade in NYC
on the Avenue of the Americas, its ok, but limited; you're better off
with the catalog unless you're in the area, small showroom. I've
always thought about doing a Woodcraft franchise, but the cost to get
started is steep, I'm told.
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