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Old 12-19-2014, 05:40 PM
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It's great to have minions! As an aside, my youngest just cooked and served dinner---turkey breast, mashed potatoes, kale with peppers, and apple pie---and it was awesome! Gives me hope!

Machine minions are good too. As my old boss used to say, I'd rather use electric to do the work. Interesting about the different name. We called that a tap-in, no doubt from the sound of bending over the notches.

I forgot to comment on Pittsburgh length: short won't make you happy. Rob's machine is probably pretty well adjusted. With ours, anything under 6 inches was a problem. Just easier to flange and rivet that.
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