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269710 gtgrouch@r... 2020‑01‑20 Re: Stanley 55 dating and restoring
If you're stubborn and refuse to accept 'no' then you can split a
trunk. I also use a slick on the end of a shovel handle, a hatchet,
lots and lots of wedges and wooden gluts. This is an english walnut
that eventually gave way.

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	-----------------------------------------From: "Joseph Sullivan" 
To: gtgrouch@r...
Cc: "old tools"
Sent: Monday January 20 2020 3:15:10PM
Subject: RE: [OldTools] Stanley 55 dating and restoring

	Yes, riving will lead to more straight grain wood than any other
method. In my case, with logs 8 ft- 10 ft long and 28 inches at the
small end, I just don’t know how I would do it.

	J

	JOSEPH SULLIVAN

	PRESIDENT

	JSA

	(972) 463-1125

	 

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