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*whittle whittle whittle*

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Dsl

12-06-2002 18:01:05
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Carvin me a few of them Oliver desktop plows ta sell on Ebay. Don't interupt me now--I know a goldmine when I see one... *whittle whittle whittle*




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earlschieb

12-06-2002 18:15:01
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 Re: *whittle whittle whittle* in reply to Dsl, 12-06-2002 18:01:05  
No kiddin, need any help ?



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Tim(9erfan)

12-06-2002 18:22:34
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 Re: Re: *whittle whittle whittle* in reply to earlschieb, 12-06-2002 18:15:01  
Heck with whittling.... I have access to a CNC machine..... ;-)


*grin*

-Tim



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Geoffrey

12-07-2002 18:43:06
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 Re: Re: Re: *whittle whittle whittle* in reply to Tim(9erfan), 12-06-2002 18:22:34  
Tim,
You have the right idea. I'm in a cnc machining class right now. It wouldn't take very long to make a lot of them. Maybe I better take in a class project.



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Old Iron

12-07-2002 19:00:39
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: *whittle whittle whittle* in reply to Geoffrey, 12-07-2002 18:43:06  
Geoffrey,

This may be a dumb thing to ask but that has never stopped me before. :-)

How hard is it to make wooden mower pitmans on one of those things?

Thanks much,

Old Iron



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Geoffrey

12-08-2002 07:42:52
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: *whittle whittle whittle* in reply to Old Iron, 12-07-2002 19:00:39  
I had never thought about it, but it should be fairly easy. About all you need to do is drill around 8 holes and the big one in the end and have a flat place toward the ends where it bolts on. It would take longer to write the program than it would to run it.



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jeff

12-06-2002 20:10:36
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 Re: Re: Re: *whittle whittle whittle* in reply to Tim(9erfan), 12-06-2002 18:22:34  
Cheater......:)



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