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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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The most dangerous grinder in the world.

Yep its a chainsaw grinder blade bought to help cut the sub floor out of my bathroom and damn does this thing eat wood but still makes very clean cuts.

I have to say that this freaking thing scares me though.





If anyone else has need of a modern medieval tool heres the link to where i got mine.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/181016615240...84.m1438.l2649
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i like the knife in the first pic thats as big as the death machine.... what are you doing in your spare time serial killings?

edit: and the trep glaring in threw the door
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Thats a machete im sharpening and modifying and the Trep i don't know what her problem is today lol
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Used something similar when putting in the laminate floors...to cut the bottoms of the trim to allow for the higher floor height...quite dangerous...only difference it had a little guide on the bottom for the cutting depth...could easily get away from you.
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could easily get away from you.
God i hope not i like my fingers where they are lol.
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I know what her problem is - you were playing with another toy! hahahah

Looks like dangerous fun!
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i like the knife in the first pic thats as big as the death machine.... what are you doing in your spare time serial killings?

edit: and the trep glaring in threw the door
I thought you were taking about his intrepid!
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That thing does look scary, why can't you use a skill saw, jig saw or sawsall? Also, it looks like you have the disk on there the wrong way since the "top" marking is on the bottom.
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With a skill saw you cant get close enough to the wall and a jig saw is no use at all however a sawzall will work with the rite blade but still requires allot trimming to square it up before the new plywood is laid.

The blade only goes on one way but you can turn the chain around if you need to.
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It's Made in USA - I like it.
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It's Made in USA - I like it.
I agree its kind of a rare site to see made in USA anymore.
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