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Bruce May
11-18-2000, 10:40 PM
Does anyone know of a supplier of small quantities of clenched nails? I tried Jamestown supply in RI but they only have 50 lb. boxes. Thanks

Bruce May
11-18-2000, 10:40 PM
Does anyone know of a supplier of small quantities of clenched nails? I tried Jamestown supply in RI but they only have 50 lb. boxes. Thanks

Bruce May
11-18-2000, 10:40 PM
Does anyone know of a supplier of small quantities of clenched nails? I tried Jamestown supply in RI but they only have 50 lb. boxes. Thanks

Thad
11-19-2000, 06:52 AM
Try Strawberry Banke Museum in Portsmouth NH 603-433-1100

Thad
11-19-2000, 06:52 AM
Try Strawberry Banke Museum in Portsmouth NH 603-433-1100

Thad
11-19-2000, 06:52 AM
Try Strawberry Banke Museum in Portsmouth NH 603-433-1100

Ian Wright
11-19-2000, 08:59 AM
Clenched? Better I think to buy them straight, they'll hammer in better, then clench them yourself......?
Anyone know where I can get new sparks for an angle grinder?

IanW.

[This message has been edited by Ian Wright (edited 11-19-2000).]

Ian Wright
11-19-2000, 08:59 AM
Clenched? Better I think to buy them straight, they'll hammer in better, then clench them yourself......?
Anyone know where I can get new sparks for an angle grinder?

IanW.

[This message has been edited by Ian Wright (edited 11-19-2000).]

Ian Wright
11-19-2000, 08:59 AM
Clenched? Better I think to buy them straight, they'll hammer in better, then clench them yourself......?
Anyone know where I can get new sparks for an angle grinder?

IanW.

[This message has been edited by Ian Wright (edited 11-19-2000).]

Steve McMahon
11-19-2000, 09:53 AM
Ian:
Sorry, I'm all out of grinder sparks, but I have some prop wash and a few sky hooks I could swap you for something?

Steve McMahon
11-19-2000, 09:53 AM
Ian:
Sorry, I'm all out of grinder sparks, but I have some prop wash and a few sky hooks I could swap you for something?

Steve McMahon
11-19-2000, 09:53 AM
Ian:
Sorry, I'm all out of grinder sparks, but I have some prop wash and a few sky hooks I could swap you for something?

John Gearing
11-19-2000, 01:22 PM
Hey! I was using my electric drill the other day to drive some coarse thread deck screws to fasten the new plywood plank I made up to replace a bad one on that Herreshoff 50 I'm restoring, and the drill motor started to smoke. When the smoking stopped the drill did too. I have been trying to put the smoke back in but haven't been successful. Can anyone tell me how to put the smoke back in so my drill will work again?

John Gearing
11-19-2000, 01:22 PM
Hey! I was using my electric drill the other day to drive some coarse thread deck screws to fasten the new plywood plank I made up to replace a bad one on that Herreshoff 50 I'm restoring, and the drill motor started to smoke. When the smoking stopped the drill did too. I have been trying to put the smoke back in but haven't been successful. Can anyone tell me how to put the smoke back in so my drill will work again?

John Gearing
11-19-2000, 01:22 PM
Hey! I was using my electric drill the other day to drive some coarse thread deck screws to fasten the new plywood plank I made up to replace a bad one on that Herreshoff 50 I'm restoring, and the drill motor started to smoke. When the smoking stopped the drill did too. I have been trying to put the smoke back in but haven't been successful. Can anyone tell me how to put the smoke back in so my drill will work again?

Bruce May
11-19-2000, 02:00 PM
the three stooges, how about boat nails ? to be clenched instead of screws.

I have a henway if your interested.

Bruce May
11-19-2000, 02:00 PM
the three stooges, how about boat nails ? to be clenched instead of screws.

I have a henway if your interested.

Bruce May
11-19-2000, 02:00 PM
the three stooges, how about boat nails ? to be clenched instead of screws.

I have a henway if your interested.

landlocked sailor
11-19-2000, 04:59 PM
I'm looking for a round to-it. I got my clench nails @ Strawberry Bank. Rick

landlocked sailor
11-19-2000, 04:59 PM
I'm looking for a round to-it. I got my clench nails @ Strawberry Bank. Rick

landlocked sailor
11-19-2000, 04:59 PM
I'm looking for a round to-it. I got my clench nails @ Strawberry Bank. Rick

Ian Wright
11-19-2000, 05:02 PM
Anyone need a left handed hammer or a screw undriver? An unplaner for putting wood back?
,,,,,,,,,,

IanW.

Ian Wright
11-19-2000, 05:02 PM
Anyone need a left handed hammer or a screw undriver? An unplaner for putting wood back?
,,,,,,,,,,

IanW.

Ian Wright
11-19-2000, 05:02 PM
Anyone need a left handed hammer or a screw undriver? An unplaner for putting wood back?
,,,,,,,,,,

IanW.

Ross Faneuf
11-19-2000, 05:14 PM
I picked up a great wood stretcher the other day; now measure once cut twice is meaningless. But I had to promise to Rosicrucian who supplied it that I wouldn't let on to anyone.

Ross Faneuf
11-19-2000, 05:14 PM
I picked up a great wood stretcher the other day; now measure once cut twice is meaningless. But I had to promise to Rosicrucian who supplied it that I wouldn't let on to anyone.

Ross Faneuf
11-19-2000, 05:14 PM
I picked up a great wood stretcher the other day; now measure once cut twice is meaningless. But I had to promise to Rosicrucian who supplied it that I wouldn't let on to anyone.

Steve McMahon
11-19-2000, 09:23 PM
John - Once you let the smoke outta your tool it's toast.

Steve McMahon
11-19-2000, 09:23 PM
John - Once you let the smoke outta your tool it's toast.

Steve McMahon
11-19-2000, 09:23 PM
John - Once you let the smoke outta your tool it's toast.

Mike Field
11-20-2000, 01:15 PM
You're not going to get much of an answer from this lot, Bruce. But we can always get your nails to you from Oz if all else fails. Email with your requirements.

Mike Field
11-20-2000, 01:15 PM
You're not going to get much of an answer from this lot, Bruce. But we can always get your nails to you from Oz if all else fails. Email with your requirements.

Mike Field
11-20-2000, 01:15 PM
You're not going to get much of an answer from this lot, Bruce. But we can always get your nails to you from Oz if all else fails. Email with your requirements.

Andreas Jordahl Rhude
11-20-2000, 01:22 PM
No wise cracks from me today. Try the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association web site (www.wcha.org). They have a list of "builders" and many of these folks will sell straight nails (not pre-bent) and other supplies.

Andreas Jordahl Rhude
11-20-2000, 01:22 PM
No wise cracks from me today. Try the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association web site (www.wcha.org). They have a list of "builders" and many of these folks will sell straight nails (not pre-bent) and other supplies.

Andreas Jordahl Rhude
11-20-2000, 01:22 PM
No wise cracks from me today. Try the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association web site (www.wcha.org). They have a list of "builders" and many of these folks will sell straight nails (not pre-bent) and other supplies.

Bill Berrisford
11-21-2000, 11:55 AM
We carry clench nails in various lengths. If you still need some send me an e-mail.

-Bill at Skiff Craft

Bill Berrisford
11-21-2000, 11:55 AM
We carry clench nails in various lengths. If you still need some send me an e-mail.

-Bill at Skiff Craft

Bill Berrisford
11-21-2000, 11:55 AM
We carry clench nails in various lengths. If you still need some send me an e-mail.

-Bill at Skiff Craft

John Gearing
11-27-2000, 11:20 AM
Jeez Mike....
Strawberry Banke IS an answer and the first guy in gave the cockamamie phone number, so then what's wrong with the rest of us having a bit of fun? After all, it is "clench" nails and not "clenched"! By the bye, "this bunch" has given out tons of answers over the years, tho we sometimes get tired of answering the same question over and over especially as regards how to find products that are advertised in Woodenboat. Sometimes I want to ask "don't you read the magazine??".......

John Gearing
11-27-2000, 11:20 AM
Jeez Mike....
Strawberry Banke IS an answer and the first guy in gave the cockamamie phone number, so then what's wrong with the rest of us having a bit of fun? After all, it is "clench" nails and not "clenched"! By the bye, "this bunch" has given out tons of answers over the years, tho we sometimes get tired of answering the same question over and over especially as regards how to find products that are advertised in Woodenboat. Sometimes I want to ask "don't you read the magazine??".......

John Gearing
11-27-2000, 11:20 AM
Jeez Mike....
Strawberry Banke IS an answer and the first guy in gave the cockamamie phone number, so then what's wrong with the rest of us having a bit of fun? After all, it is "clench" nails and not "clenched"! By the bye, "this bunch" has given out tons of answers over the years, tho we sometimes get tired of answering the same question over and over especially as regards how to find products that are advertised in Woodenboat. Sometimes I want to ask "don't you read the magazine??".......

Keith Wilson
11-27-2000, 12:43 PM
No bad jokes, I promise. Try Faering Design:
http://www.faeringdesign.qpg.com/

They have a large variety of rivets and clench nails.

Keith Wilson
11-27-2000, 12:43 PM
No bad jokes, I promise. Try Faering Design:
http://www.faeringdesign.qpg.com/

They have a large variety of rivets and clench nails.

Keith Wilson
11-27-2000, 12:43 PM
No bad jokes, I promise. Try Faering Design:
http://www.faeringdesign.qpg.com/

They have a large variety of rivets and clench nails.

Bruce May
11-27-2000, 01:13 PM
Thank you all for the replies. I don't mind the jokes, we can't take everything serious all the time . I suppose I could have used the search function to get my answer,but it gave you something to write.
Happy boatbuilding, Bruce

Bruce May
11-27-2000, 01:13 PM
Thank you all for the replies. I don't mind the jokes, we can't take everything serious all the time . I suppose I could have used the search function to get my answer,but it gave you something to write.
Happy boatbuilding, Bruce

Bruce May
11-27-2000, 01:13 PM
Thank you all for the replies. I don't mind the jokes, we can't take everything serious all the time . I suppose I could have used the search function to get my answer,but it gave you something to write.
Happy boatbuilding, Bruce