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Posted on I just bought one of these from America

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derosa

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#1 posted 01-05-2012 07:29 AM

A local guy makes something similar and I’ll be stealing his design to make my own. He made a handle that can easily be changed out that screws to the top of the board. He glues 2 square pieces of scrap 3/4” ply together, glues a straight piece on the bottom back edge , a second one has an l shaped piece glued on it. The handle gets screwed to it with screws that go in a 1/2” leaving a 1” of blade penetration before a screw is touched by the saw blade. Just keep the blade to just above the height of the wood.

Porchfish, any shop I worked at would have been happy to toss several damaged tires your way in the summer just for the asking, have to ask to have one saved in the winter and could take a couple weeks. Just don’t be surprised when they cut the tire completely across before giving it to you.

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