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Old 03-28-2014, 06:10 AM
willysunday willysunday is offline
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Thanks for the info on the hand-made ones. I'll have to try them.

Grizzly Tools' owner is a builder. They have several tools and supplies offered for acoustic and electric builds. Grizzly's reamer is about 20 bucks and works well.

GRIZZLY

EDIT: Here's the link to all the supplies
Grizzly Supplies
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Old 03-28-2014, 07:43 AM
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Thanks for the info on the hand-made ones. I'll have to try them.

Grizzly Tools' owner is a builder. They have several tools and supplies offered for acoustic and electric builds. Grizzly's reamer is about 20 bucks and works well.

GRIZZLY

EDIT: Here's the link to all the supplies
Grizzly Supplies
I use that Grizzly reamer and it works fine but seems to dull quickly. Just keep it sharp.
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