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BillyJack

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    Jack
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    Odessa,MO
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    git r done

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  1. After 15 years I'm looking at making a scrollsaw stand.
  2. Look very nice. I can't see that close anymore...
  3. Forrest isn't any better than any other high end blade companies. Major companies are all using CNC's to sharpen there blades these days. My saw sharpener doesn't use a CNC but they cut great. But the other sharper in KC does. I'm sure his work it top notch...
  4. A blade can be sharpened many times. All there doing is putting a sharp edge back on. I won't use a mail sharpening service. There are too many quality sharpeners right here in KC. These days a lot have moved up to CNC sharpening which puts no by ahead of the game. Some sharpeners are still doing chainsaws knives, skill saw blades, etc. There not quality sharpening for woodworking blades.
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    Sanding 101

    After a couple minutes into the video it would be bad teaching in the shop. We teach new woodworkers a different approach to sanding. We show them once or twice at the pace required. If they don't get it quick, there always Flippin burgers....
  6. Cleanup...... when a boat sits outside under a tree on a farm you can only imagine things that find away into the boat... Right now I'm debating on going for it and creating storage or cleaning it up and using it as is and giving myself a chance to see what I want after using it. Technically is a 1977 aluminum bass boat .....you have 360 degree seats... You can see the various levels I'm working with...
  7. You need to have an electrical check the wiring coming in. My understanding is they always run sufficient wire to the house reguardless of using a 100 amp box. But in 1977 this may have been different. So you may have a 100 amp box but you may have a 200 amp feed..
  8. Pulled some of the aluminum. Figures it had some rats. Cleaning that out now. Deciding what to do for storage. If I want storage I need to do a lot of thinking . If I just want to fish I don't have much work at all..
  9. There's not much to wire. A few lights, two trolling motors, bilge pumps, RADIO, Butthead needs tunes while fishin. You gotta cover those M80's with ACDC.....
  10. I was goingg to build it up and put a sub floor in it but when I found out it was a aluminum floor I changed my mind. Seats swivel 360. Boat was built to bass fish so I'm pleased. Wiring, carpet, batteries bilge pumps and a good cleaning. $300- BOAT $92-TIRES so far........ Needs... 2 batteries- $250 2 bilge pumps-$100 Carpet - looking at menards .75 cents a foot New wiring... Leak seal....
  11. Boats home. 1973 evinrude motor. 1977 lowe line boat. 1985 trailer. Cleaned the leaves and mulch out. Washed some of the junk out. Pulled the old carpet and seats... everything is aluminium...
  12. Bought a lowe line boat. I've identified the motor but haven't identified the year of the boat it self. .
  13. It will be on when I buy it..
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