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    The Beast..


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    She was a 3" x 14" hollow grinding contact. She had to be cut to 2" so that's what I did.
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    Looking good man

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    The Ducci disk!!!!!

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    Cool, good to see you got it trimmed already. I'll have to figure out something for mine. Did you just chuck on the one machined boss?

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    WTB: Horton Flipper........

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    Youll put your eye out with that thing...............

    I dont believe in fairy tales, or sermons, or stories about money baby sister, but thank you for the cigarette ...........
    {Rooster Cogburn}

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    Awesom machine!!!

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    Yeah I took it all off the front side. It bolts up with perfect spacing for tracking. Thanks man. Just chucked on that hub.

    And what's this all for. Well. Full height or saber hollow combo chisel grinds on 1/8 material. Un real. Slicer heaven awaits
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    Now your Kung Fu is strong................

    I dont believe in fairy tales, or sermons, or stories about money baby sister, but thank you for the cigarette ...........
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    Wow!!

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    Does it remove material any faster? With a shallower radius grind, does the wheel still follow the groove easily?

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    Perfect for the first Horton filet-knife !

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    No. Tim. The. Rubber wheels have set up hardness over time. I guess. Cause there is no way they are 40 duro. Much harder. But
    its ok. I just run it extra fast. Its not easy like a 8" and the stock is thin. But its doable. All good

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    Progress.

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    Armor all it..............puts the lotion on its...........

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    Wow dude you are really talking about a full flat grind? Straight money. This should be good.

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    Nice work J. Nice work randucci. That's fuckin teamwork. I'll be on the lookout for the first few sales of these. That is right up my alley in an edc fixed. Thanks.

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    Not flat. Its hollow. Way better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Horton View Post
    Yeah I took it all off the front side. It bolts up with perfect spacing for tracking. Thanks man. Just chucked on that hub.

    And what's this all for. Well. Full height or saber hollow combo chisel grinds on 1/8 material. Un real. Slicer heaven awaits
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    I'll take it!

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    Its like a full flat but with a radius. Which creates a situation like the combos on the thick blades. Edge in front of grind. No cutting
    resistance once edge is in.

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    I am still learning the types of grinds but is this hollow chisel? Since the other side is flat?

    I think you answered this in your last post but just confirming.

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