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Offline stickman

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I bought a Toro Dingo TX 525w today. Can’t wait to go kick my yard’s a55 tomorrow
« Last Edit: March 11, 2019, 05:36 AM by stickman »
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Offline Bob D.

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Thanks for posting Oliver. I wasn't aware Wago made DIN rail holders for the connectors.
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Offline Cheese

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I bought a Toro Dingo TX 525w today. Can’t wait to go kick my yard’s  tomorrow

Now that's very cool. [cool] [cool]

I rented one for 2 days when I poured new front steps.

That was such a positive experience that I rented one again for 2 weeks when I put in the blue stone patio. 

I'd love to have one just sitting in the garage next to the motorcycles.  [big grin]

Offline leer

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[ Specified attachment is not available ]Bought a Milwaukee Angle Grinder with paddle switch.  I had a Harbor Freight that I bought when I used one maybe annually.  Never really like the side-mount switches on most angle grinders.  Side handle broke, so it’s in the garage for when my neighbor wants to borrow a grinder.   [smile]

I plan to get a Kutzall Shaping Disk for the Milwaukee.

Lee

Offline stickman

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I bought a Toro Dingo TX 525w today. Can’t wait to go kick my yard’s  tomorrow

Now that's very cool. [cool] [cool]

I rented one for 2 days when I poured new front steps.

That was such a positive experience that I rented one again for 2 weeks when I put in the blue stone patio. 

I'd love to have one just sitting in the garage next to the motorcycles.  [big grin]


Having a Dingo around (or any diesel mini skid steer) is so handy. I have done a month of projects in 3 days. I dropped some trees and bucked them then moved everything into a pile, I pulled out a bunch of landscape plants, I fixed a fence that has been bugging me for years, I have pulled out a ton of English ivy, etc
KS-120 | TS-75EQ | DF-500Q | XLDF-700 | RO-150FEQ | RO-90DX | HKC-55EQ-FSK420 | EBQ-420D | MFT/3 | CT-26 | CT-SYS | T18+3 | OF-1400EQ |  TSC55 REB PLUS | HL 850 | RAS-115 | VECTURO OS 400 | PDC 18/4 | LR32-SYS | SYS-ROLL 100

Offline Alanbach

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Yesterday I finally purchased Jessem’s clear cut TS stock guides. I also purchased two mag switch 150’s so that I could mount the guides on my Sawstop PCS without drilling holes in my fence. I followed Dave Stanton’s plan laid out on YouTube. Thank you Dave, this is a GREAT idea! I am really pleased that I was able to install these guides in this way so that I can easily remove the guides when needed as I was not going to drill holes in my fairly new saw anyway. I mostly work alone in my shop and although I do own a TS55 I tend to break down most plywood on the table saw anyway. This makes handling a large sheet so much easier since the guides take care of the process of making sure the edge stays registered properly against the fence.

I make a lot of stuff but nothing pleases me more than a good shop fixture!