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vinn

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  1. good show. that reminds me; "carbide twist insert drills " ; i sharpen them with " green stone". vin
  2. i grind them by hand, as taught. its easer and quicker. "to each his own". vin
  3. good show,the cemitar might tell who made the clock. vin
  4. good show ! don't buy a drill bit sharpener. if you don't know it, you can learn to sharpen them on a "grind stone" ! it is an art much like sharpening watch screw drivers . good luck and have a ball. vin
  5. they work good on wood too. wood or metal punched also. champfuring too. vin it is a "end mill" ? vin
  6. nice? a country that develops and sends the worst ever, fabucated and sends it world wide (and would have the antidote of same). is nice? hogwash ! vin ok sorry, vin
  7. if its not worn out, buy an old one. they were sold around the world, TILL the chineezz screwed it all up with tools, vin
  8. commie juice; 99.9 % alki.. also Cosincobra in Finnland.. vin
  9. what is a bike without a starting crank? having cranked a few over, the last one I bought was a water cooled Honda 500 to my surprise - NO CRANK. starting motor and a big battery. I moved on to a diferent hobby. vin
  10. so,  did you get my post about Brasso?

  11. good show ! I should mention, Brasso is an abracive. with 2 different formulas. one for US and another for UK. try "silver polish". vin
  12. welcme to the forum. Omega, "top of the line", vin
  13. yes --- i used to take ibroprofin after hard work. it has reduced taking that about 90% with the same hard work. Dr. vin by the way, i havent tried it with Takila or Scotch or beer.
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