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rbacon705

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About rbacon705

  • Rank
    Full Member

Background

  • Favorite Tool or Brand
    Milwaukee, Ryobi & Hilti
  • Hobbies
    Woodworking and Building

Profile Information

  • First Name
    Robert
  • Location:
    Central Coast, NSW, Aus
  • Occupation
    Still Stuck In School!!
  1. Greetings from Ireland

    Welcome to the the crew!
  2. hello, new to forum

    Welcome to the crew Kay!!
  3. Large Cut Capacity Mowers

    I have a John Deere 22" and it is great!
  4. Absolutely BRILLIANT Idea?!?!?

    Finally got around to Bunnings today and picked up another miter saw stand. Got the thicknesser mounted and it works great. The only problem is that I have no where to put it! Sent from my SM-G900I using Tapatalk
  5. HF Clones

    The Makita sub-branches are no where near the quality. I have a maktec trimmer router and it is a piece of junk. I have only had it if for about 18 months and have already replaced a few parts on it. Went a bought a ONE+ the other week. Loving it!
  6. hello all!

    Welcome to the crew mate!!
  7. Inexpensive Torx driver set comparison

    Thanks mate!!
  8. Absolutely BRILLIANT Idea?!?!?

    Cheers Mate! I had never thought of that. I will give it a try tomorrow
  9. Pipe draining slow how to fix?

    Just back on the draino, just used it in the bathroom didn't work. Drain auger is probably best
  10. Table Top Band Saws

    I have tried tensioning the belt but that does't seem to have helped. I might look at getting a coarser belt in the future.
  11. Table Top Band Saws

    I thought the same.
  12. 10 AH Homemade Kobalt Battery

    Imaging using that thing overhead all day!
  13. HF Clones

    We will probably see cross voltage batteries next.
  14. 15g Fuel Nailer

    I'm so jealous. We can only skins here is Aus and there are $600 each!
  15. Table Top Band Saws

    I have a Metabo 1/2hp and it is crap. The only thing I can cut is balsa wood or something less than 1/4". It would be definitely worth trying to get something with more power.
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