Larry Moore

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About Larry Moore

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  • Birthday 02/08/1949

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  1. Try here
  2. My 71 year old brain doesn't work like it used to, but maybe it will give someone else a start. There is a difference in sandpaper substrates one of them is not recommended for finishing because it contains silicone and that is what this looks like.
  3. It sounds like you have a key that is not in place. Under no load there could be enough friction to turn the rollers but they slip with a load on them
  4. I've used uship also. Both were small time drivers that either wanted a return load or making up a load.
  5. I've had the Grizzly 1023 for three years now. I upgraded from a Delta contractor saw and have overall been happy. Some things to consider are, how wide is the throat I have trouble getting my hand in to take off the blade lock nut and my hands are not that big. Do you want and need chip collection? The Grizzly has a shroud around the bottom of the blade. I want to add that I am more than a weekend woodworker .
  6. I had the same problem as treeslayer. The front brush was hanging up.
  7. Check this link is this the product?
  8. My statement was kind of tongue in cheek. I buy 8' stock when it looks good but a lot of the rough lumber where I buy it is 9 to 10'.
  9. Looks good but with only 8'6" ceilings it doesn't work with 9' to 10' stock
  10. How is the frame held together? Plywood will not hold fasteners as well as solid wood
  11. Sitting in a hotel room waiting for the people of Albuquerque to wake up, two hour difference in time zones to someone who gets up at 4 am eastern time sucks.
  12. I'm sure Blum has 24" but it depends on how you mount them as to size you can use. Mounted directly to the side you can use a longer slide than ones using that bracket in the back.
  13. I retired at 53 and turned 70 last week. I have not been bored to often in that time. The things that you did in 8 hourS seem to grow to 2 days. I will admit we full timed in a 5th wheel trailer for 10 of those years, but bottom line you can fill your days relatively easy.