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#1 posted 01-13-2019 03:57 AM

Humm …wait just 1 minute.. I kinda detect there has been a shiftie pulled here.

May I ask just how Dewalt hearing protectors with digital and FM radio can improve the situation of always having to repeat herself. I suffer from damaged hearing due to high velocity dammage due to military service and I am constantly having to repeat myself to Aurora especially when trying in to whisper sweet nothings in her ear with the intention of getting some action (use your own judgement as to what action actually means)

So picture this here I am in bed with my dewalt hearing protectors on and trying to sweet talk a lady … I am sure its not gunna work !!. (but I could be Wrong)

Next the shims:-

Yep thats looks like the stuff. its a funny situation with riving knives my portable saw for instance has one.
Now when I was helping a friend refurbish his kitched I needed to cut some bench top so I used a thin kerf saw blade with lots of teeth to prevent chipout.
However no sooner had I started to do the cut the saw jambed on me it wasnt until later I realised the blade was actually thinner than the riving knife so it had to go(similar to what madts reported) however i did put it back on.
So I can see why they get binned full time.

Now the electronics:-
If you have exceptionally good quality speakers yes your Son is 100% correct.
Its a bit like a traffic on a multi lane road as a example the more lanes the sooner the traffic gets to its destination and harmonics are good get stuck in traffic and you dont arrive with the same harmony.

The saw:-
I have been thinking about buying a small rip saw as when I arrive on a site to do some work my compound saw cannot rip. It Looks like a good buy regardless of the scam you have pulled.

Who says us oldies are loosing it!

-- Regards Rob

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