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even I have one of these! Stanely #113 [IMG][/IMG] only used it a few times but a pretty handy tool for an antique! It does convex and concave curves.
Interesting tool there. Tools like these always remind me that the best tools are the old ones because they were made from good materials. Today the durability of the tools is not as good. If one wants to have a good tools from good materials he need to pay for them or make them on his own
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I got alot of sanding to do on my old decks and cabinsides and rooftop....one of the PO's used sand mixed into the topside paint and proceeded to use that crap everywhere...not just on the no-slip pads..but the whole topsides....I am gonna use a pneumatic die-grinder powered by an air compressor... to grind it all down....then patch and fair with epoxy...before a good thorough final handsand and oil enamel with a couple coats of a glossy clear coat of some sort...

aargh...longboard sanding sounds like work...I might try a longboard surfboard or skateboard someday...in fact I have actually sorta sampled both...but thats where i draw the line...(grins)
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