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ChefHDAN

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#1 posted 10-23-2018 06:48 PM

Well, I wasn’t sure if it made sense to have it in a garage where I mostly work with the door open, but you all made several good points which generally lead me back to the adage, buy a filter or be a filter. SO here it is, its from when HD got rid of all of the gray tools about 12 or 15 years ago. Came from a shop of a woodworker with decades of experience that recently passed in his 80’s, he had a delta and I guess he picked this up a s a spare and never needed it. Cost me $120 and about an hour and a half of driving through a pretty nice part of Maryland. Staring at the ceiling and the door opener it just seemed easier to use some angle iron I already had for the mount. Okay, tried 3 different ways, just went over to Win10 and NOT liking the photo software…

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