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Old 03-13-2010, 11:04 AM   #1
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Sweeeet cuts oily, you've been a busy scroller. Sand away....glad its you and not me.
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Wow! You have been busy!!!! Lookin REAL good!!!!
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Hope the weather is good where you are.. That always makes sanding go better.....

Great looking projects you made there....
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You will be busy - but it will be so much fun when you are done.
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Nice display of fine work for sure .......
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Guess the shop warmed up. Nice job my friend.
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Hey these are really great,but I try to sand as I go that way it's not such a drag,it look like they'll be worth the effort.
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Nice work Rob, now get busy and start sanding.
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