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Where you at in Colorado? I’m currently in Colorado Springs.

Tom
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Thanks Tom, that did the trick.

With all the tools I have, I don't have a punch set so I cut off some 9/64" drill rod and that worked.

I did manage to lose one of the friction-fit caps.  If I don't find it, I'm sure I can order one.
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"Is it a pain to move around when closed?"

Nope, it's about as cumbersome as a fully loaded golf bag.
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Lots of options here! Just clamp some sacrificial strips on the tubes and you'll have enough clearance for track saws and jig saws.

https://tracktubes.com
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Member Projects / Re: Router Plane w/rexroth linear rails
« Last post by jpmeunier on Today at 09:14 AM »
Because of bit length (or lack of) I had to remove the dust boot from the bottom. I will need to find a way to add it back. results were 95% in a negative direction with it removed. It did catch the fine dust, but.......I did the first slab with the plane, total variance less than 2mm, I'll take it.

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General Friendly Chat / Re: Lest We Forget.
« Last post by Cheese on Today at 09:07 AM »
Nice photo @Untidy Shop   [big grin]

And nice history lesson @jobsworth    [big grin] 
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Remove the head, the pin holders can be removed with a pin punch. They're driven out rear to front.

Tom
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From the Supplemental manual:

"The locating pins cannot be locked in the
retracted position."
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Workshops and Mobile Vehicle-Based Shops / Re: Moving day
« Last post by Knight Woodworks on Today at 08:00 AM »
Congrats on the new rig.

John
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