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    Fine work Frank.


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    Frank, you got to quit topping yourself... there has got to be SOME job that you can not do...maybe


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    The long chip looks fresh, did it happen in shipping?

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    Picture 4 of the OP looks like there are some sawdust shavings along with something else glued into that area for a fill repair?

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