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  • Tubs
    Tubs
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    David Bartlett
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    #173676

    Tubs,

    You really are a “craftsman”. I like your “Two handed, dual head, air over electric, Rube Goldberg” device.

    RICHARD A. WHITE
    RICHARD A. WHITE
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    #173680

    I am truly sorry bud, I have been slammed

    http://www.richardsoutboardtools.com

    Tubs
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    #173681


    I am truly sorry bud, I have been slammed


    I understand. You did me a favor.
    Kept me busy and I enjoyed every
    part of making it except reducing
    it down to 1″. That was 2/3rds or
    more of the time making it.

    labrador-guy
    labrador-guy
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    #173692

    Amazing!!! but it don’t surprise me none! Mister Tubs is a can do kinda guy! What tasamhill is it? Adjustment knob for the muffler?

    wannabegoodasyou

    bobw
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    #173710

    Lots of work for sure, but turned out very nice. I also like the Rube Goldberg, use what you have approach.

    Bob

    1954 Johnson CD-11
    1956 Johnson RD-18
    1958 Johnson QD-19
    1959 Johnson QD-20

    Buccaneer
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    #173715

    Great work Tubs. Nuts fit for a King!

    Prepare to be boarded!

    Tubs
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    #173760

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    What tasamhill is it? Adjustment knob for the muffler?

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    Mumbles
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    #173789

    Nice work Tubs. Another fine example showing how patience and determination pay off in the end!

    Just a tip but using a belt sander on the next one to rough it in might save you a whole bunch of filing.

    I don’t think you’ll become super rich making these but we have to remember that some of todays biggest corporations had humble beginnings in backyard sheds and garages. HD, Amazon, and Microsoft come to mind.

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    #174143


    The only belt here is holding up the pants on this sander !!!!
    The process of coming up with a solution for a problem
    and then having it be successful is quite rewarding even
    if its jut a nut but you know that cause you make stuff all
    the time. Actually I have access to a mill and a lathe but
    I just don’t feel comfortable using other peoples stuff.

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