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[#] Thu Feb 22 2007 13:25:56 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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go west.

[#] Thu Feb 22 2007 20:52:50 EST from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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Been there. 3 yrs. Wasn't all that impressed. : P

[#] Thu Mar 08 2007 09:04:25 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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anybody ever heard of "denali?"
I got a 10" denali miter saw for $48, I figured I couldn't pass it up, if nothing else it's another blade.
My existing miter saw is name brand though I forget the name at themoment.
the problem with my saw is that it doesn't cut straight. if you cut a 2x4 then flip it over and cut again you get a wedge.
This thing is a much hunkier piece of machine than mine. If it works it's a great deal at $48....
But is denali generally a good brand?

[#] Thu Mar 08 2007 21:45:50 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored

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I have heard of Denali. It's a company that makes ice cream. Or a GMC vehicle.

[#] Fri Mar 09 2007 22:28:19 EST from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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I dunno about Denali. I had use of (I didn't actually own it, but was considered mine)
a top-line Hitachi compound mitre saw during a stint as tecnical director for a theater. All
I can say it was the sweetest saw I ever used. The reality is, like appliances, they're only
made by a few major companies and then other retailers pay for the licensing to stick their
names on them.

[#] Sat Mar 10 2007 12:44:11 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored

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My aunt has (and loves) a Hitachi table saw

[#] Sat Mar 10 2007 20:54:50 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored

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Breaking the treasured yearly cycle of buying the cheapest walmart special push mower on sale I have mandated that the repacement for the two broken mowers in our garage (one a $50 one my mom got at a garage sale, that I saw for sale online for something like $59 new) will be replaced by a Troy Bilt 21" mower with a Honda engine.

[#] Sat Mar 10 2007 21:42:36 EST from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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You wouldn't know a Troy-Built tiller if you had it to pull in front of your face.

Yes, that's correct; I said "pull" not "push". One of these days you'll actually grow a
garden. Only then will you understand what I post. Your mom shopping at the Whole Foods
Market doesn't count.

[#] Sun Mar 11 2007 00:17:49 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored

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I don't know quite what you mean. We only desire to cut the back yard grass.

[#] Mon Mar 12 2007 06:45:55 EDT from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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I didn't mean to come across as *mean* but perhaps I did. I'm a long time
gardener and like to grow my own produce, in a small way. I was not aware that
Troy-Bilt had a lawn mower available. My bad in this case. Sorry.

Yeah, I feel bad on this one. But for the life of me, I could not picture any other
machine apererati than the tiller; much less with a Honda motor bolted onboard.

My bad. My apologies. And guess what... gardening season is almost here... :^)

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 11:32:29 EDT from Ford II @ Uncensored

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Well I got to use my new denali and for $50 it was definetly worth it if for nothing else than the fact that it will cut a 2x6 without leaving a little edge uncut.
I can't imagine why they ever built saws that cut 98% of a 2x6, but they did and I have one and I hate it because that little corner ends up ripping off lots of the wood as it peels away.
But this new monstrosity cuts clean through.
It's not perfectly aligned though, but it's far more straight than my other saw.
All in all, a worthy purchase, but I think it's a little unbalanced, the whole thing shakes a little more than it should when it's running, but cut well it does.

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 11:34:52 EDT from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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Cut well it does, happy you are?

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 15:01:19 EDT from Ford II @ Uncensored

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yea, fuck!
last 5 pictures or so.
actually use this instead, it'll go quicker

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 15:07:06 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Very nice.

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 15:13:42 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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lookin' like a zazebo!!!

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 15:18:43 EDT from Heather @ Uncensored

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Very nice work!  (nice show of the legs too, I didn't know they were there)

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 16:56:30 EDT from Ford II @ Uncensored

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somebody I forget who convinced me to start wearing shorts when I got hot out.

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 17:16:58 EDT from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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I never wear shorts. Ever. I don't think I'd be comfortable in them, regardless of how hot it is out.

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 17:20:22 EDT from Ford II @ Uncensored

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I am never noticably uncomfortable in jeans any time of the year, but where it makes a difference is when you're bending down a lot.
There's a lot of drag on your knees when you bend down with jeans whether you realize it or not, and it's very noticably gone when you wear shorts, so when I work outside like that it's very helpful.

[#] Tue Mar 13 2007 17:50:41 EDT from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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There is a company called Duluth Trading. The sell sweatpants built for construction workers..... built in kneepads and all.

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