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Splitting a case with homemade tools

mweba

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[video=youtube_share;naiSPM-r97A]http://youtu.be/naiSPM-r97A[/video]
 

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Where's the vid on the mini chopper under the bench back there? :clap:
 

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Home made tool works good to split but I would be concerned about the mating surfaces when he has it in the vice and hammering on it . I would prefer a couple straight blocks of wood myself right on the bench so the crank has a place to land .
 

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Home made tool works good to split but I would be concerned about the mating surfaces when he has it in the vice and hammering on it . I would prefer a couple straight blocks of wood myself right on the bench so the crank has a place to land .

Weba don't care. If it doesn't work when he's done, he'll put it out beside the lawnmower and shoot it. :bananawheel:
 

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Weba don't care. If it doesn't work when he's done, he'll put it out beside the lawnmower and shoot it. :bananawheel:

Damn skippy!



Which mower?

[video=youtube_share;emfjBNVNFVY]http://youtu.be/emfjBNVNFVY[/video]
 
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