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04-30-2019 01:25 PM

Best place to live in Penn.? - 10 replies

What are the recommendations for a good place to live in Pennsylvania? Looking for a simple home in a quiet clean town, perhaps a couple acres and out of a city setting, thanks.

04-19-2019 03:14 PM

American Woodworker magazine needed... - 2 replies

Hello LJ’s, just wondering if anyone would have a copy of the old American Woodworker magazine. The year is 1991 the December issue. If you do and are willing to part with it, let me know the price and we can make a deal. Thanks in advance, Clarkie.

04-10-2019 10:58 AM

Finding old copies American woodworker on line - 9 replies

Hello, I am looking for the site with the the listing of the copies of old American Woodworking magazines on line. Would appreciate the link, thank you in advance, Clarkie.

03-23-2019 08:35 PM

Looking for plans... - 0 replies

Ok, here goes, a couple days ago I posted that I was looking for plans for a sit down ride on wooden 1938 train that was in the old black and white Fine woodworking magazines. I was mistaken, it is in the old American Woodworker black and white magazines. The search continues, just in a different venue, thanks for all your help with the original...

03-22-2019 10:58 PM

Looking for plans... - 10 replies

I’m looking for the plans, found in the old black and white issues of Fine Woodworking, for a sit down ride on train. The train is a replica of a 1938 ride on train. If you could help, it would be greatly appreciated. I gave my plans to someone to copy and seems I never got them back, sure you guys know how that goes. Thanks, Clarkie.

11-27-2018 10:28 PM

Need information - 0 replies

Thought I would take a shot at asking for help. I need the upper set of jaws for the blade holder, all is missing save for one set screw on the left side. Let me know please if anyone knows where these parts may be available, thanks in advance, Clarkie. The 95 is the 24” scroll saw by Powermatic.

11-27-2018 10:27 PM

Need information - 0 replies

Thought I would take a shot at asking for help. I need the upper set of jaws for the blade holder, all is missing save for one set screw on the left side. Let me know please if anyone knows where these parts may be available, thanks in advance, Clarkie. The 95 is the 24” scroll saw by Powermatic.

11-27-2018 12:22 AM

Need parts for Powermatic 95 - 0 replies

I need the upper blade chuck for the old Powermatic 95, believe it is from 60’s or early 70’s. Any help finding parts would be appreciated, thanks, Clarkie.

11-26-2018 08:43 PM

Powermatic 95 parts needed - 0 replies

Thought I would take a shot at asking for help. I need the upper set of jaws for the blade holder, all is missing save for one set screw on the left side. Let me know please if anyone knows where these parts may be available, thanks in advance, Clarkie. The 95 is the 24” scroll saw.

10-29-2018 10:42 PM

Seeing spots before my eyes..... - 2 replies

Just thought I’d ask a question. Does anyone know a solution for getting lacquer spots off your plastic lens glasses? Thanks for the help, Clarkie.

10-27-2018 10:57 PM

Help finding a part for my old Milwaukee/Delta 14" bandsaw - 7 replies

Hello, I need a part for my 1938-40’s Milwaukee/Delta 14” bandsaw. It is the bar that holds the upper blade guide blocks. I appreciate any help you can offer, thanks, Clarkie.

06-03-2018 10:56 PM

Offering 3 Bench planes - 0 replies

Just wanted to give someone a chance to purchase 3 of my bench planes. I’m turning loose a Nr 3, 4, and a 5. Looking for 155.00 plus shipping costs. Please let me know if you are interested, photos tell the story. Thanks, Clarkie.

09-28-2017 09:44 AM

Signs in your shop... - 4 replies

Good morning fellow woodworkers, just wondered how many different signs you have in the shop. Here’s one small one to start. Have fun, make some dust.

09-13-2017 11:42 AM

Myford wood lathe - 4 replies

Good morning, hope everyone is doing well. I wanted to know if anyone here has first hand knowledge of the old Myford wood lathe. How she performs, pros and cons. Thanks in advance for any input, have fun make some dust.

06-22-2017 01:05 PM

Rare Sargent plane - 3 replies

Hello Jocks, I am looking for any serious collectors of Sargent planes. I am offering a chance to be the owner of a very rare Sargent Number 162 roughing plane, in excellent shape. Sargent No. 162 Roughing Plane Adjustable Iron Roughing Planes Patented September 22, 1914. Please respond if interested, thank you, Clarkie.

06-14-2017 11:44 AM

Good old saw blades - 10 replies

Hello, just wanted to offer up a thought that came by my bench this morning. Favored or long time table saw blades kept all these years. I have five racks of the saws that have been with me for over 35 years now. The carbide is above the standard used today and the blades themselves are very durable. I was blessed years ago and acquired over 50 ...

05-02-2017 11:53 AM

Need help of a different kind... - 5 replies

In a long stretch this is wood related, lol. Behind my home is a 100 year old oak tree, which has become home to a falcon and his female partner and a baby bird in a huge nest. The neighbor made it comfortable for them by offering a perch he had made and setting out some food from time to time. The problem is, the male bird has been attacking my...

03-19-2017 11:18 AM

Tool dispensing - 5 replies

I’m starting the clearing process on my hand tools. Let me know if you have interest, I’m beginning with the hand planes. The price is minus the cost of shipping. I will try and ship in the standard post box, which is 13.00 plus change. Here are numbers 3 and 4, Stanley. Price is 55.00 and 65. .00 each.

01-17-2017 08:42 PM

Shop tool definitions.. - 3 replies

Subject: Shop Tool Definitions SKIL SAW : A portable cutting tool used to make boards too short. BELT SANDER : An electric sanding tool commonly used to convert minor touch-up jobs into major refinishing jobs.    WIRE WHEEL : Cleans paint off bolts and then throws them somewhere under the workbench with the speed of light.  Also removes fi...

01-13-2017 05:06 PM

Chisel stand - 10 replies

Does anyone have either pictures or plans for a case to hold chisels. Looking for a stationary bank of drawers for a large collection. Have fun, make some dust.

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