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    Leo James Mitchell
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    It looks like our Mod Curtis has done a whole bunch of work for newbies here

    Lots of great stuff here! I tip my hat to you Curtis! Great effort mate!

    Leo 🙂


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    That is because Curtis is awesome.



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    I can send a link to this thread to my ex, if you’d like an opposing point of view…. :dry: :whistle:


    Steven N. Bolin
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    I’m super glad this info is available, mainly because I just ran across something I’ve thought about a few times. Although, I don’t think it’s a real concern.

    The info on Wiki states that the detents on the crossbar are calibrated to a blade that measures .125″ wide. Therefore, to compensate for varying blade thickness, the RIGHT COLLAR should get moved out rather than the left. However, when using my angle cube I always move the left collar out to get the angle I desire. I don’t think I’ve moved the right collar even once.

    Again, I don’t think it’s a huge deal… Or is it?

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