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Doer, you certainly have a nice looking shop to play in. I enjoy seeing shops with windows in them as I would rather work under as much natural light as I can get. Your shop looks to be well organized and you have plenty of room to maneuver around in there.

You have a nice collection of tools as well. And what is not to like about your bench. I am sure any of us would be proud to have one like it in our shops. I would enjoy working in there.

Thanks for the pictures. I enjoyed touring your shop.
 

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If I had a shop that nice, my wife would never get me out of it. Very, very nice. Don't get sawdust on those Harleys though.
 

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That's a very nice shop with lot's of nice equipment as well as some other toys. Congratulations.
 

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Wow- nice joint. No need to go into the house for anything. All you need is a Murphy bed. Unless you already thought of that too. :)
 

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Nice roomy shop. Wish I had that space. LOVE the bench!
 

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Dang, one would never have to leave at all… Very nice shop.
 

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Doer, your shop is cleaner than my living room. I like your collection of tools.
 

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Wow, very cool shop. I have always thought that 2×6 walls were a good idea.
 

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Wow, now that looks like a great space to make some sawdust in, or even to live in, I would be happy there, and very nice rides, Thanks for sharing, Steve in Oregon
 

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Doer,
I am in the process of rebuilding a powermatic 100 12 inch planer. Do you have any suggestions on removing the cutter head? I called Powermatic and they said they had no manual or instructions on replacing the cutter head bearing. Any advise is helpful.

Thanks
Gern
 
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