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Old 01-26-2013, 08:53 AM
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What is considered extensions and conversions? Would this be the same as adding onto the home and remodeling the interior?
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Hey everyone... Does Fred have a van?
Nah - Fred's got a truck. Big one. A Ram, I think. He has to get more than 300 lbs of dog in there...
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I saw the new Nissan NV ar a car show recently. I swear the interior of that thing is as big as my garage.



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So you can hide the Smart Car in there?
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So you can hide the Smart Car in there?
No kidding, Alex, I'm sure the Smart will completely fit inside.

I was walking around in there and I got lost.

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Hey everyone... Does Fred have a van?
Say what?!?

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What is considered extensions and conversions? Would this be the same as adding onto the home and remodeling the interior?
In some ways, the build is not that flexible.
But all the black boxes can be used in many ways, so it's pretty much only festool boxes that are locked in place.

I have been using almost the same tool for several years, so there will probably not be that huge replacement or extension.
Else, I have the chance again in a few years when the van must retire.

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I saw the new Nissan NV ar a car show recently. I swear the interior of that thing is as big as my garage.
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You have an EMPTY garage?
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