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Electric Carving Knife? - December 23, 2008, 05:34 PM

Does anyone happen to have an electric carving knife (or suitable substitute) I could borrow to shave/shape a seat?


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a reference to the movie " the worlds fastest indian " take it as a compliment.

should be able to pick one up cheap at wally world if no one has a loaner for ya.


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Wallyworld is a freakin zoo...I have to go grocery shopping tomorrow morning...If you want me to look while I am there I can pick it up and bring it by!!
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Bread knife works great on foam.


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a reference to the movie " the worlds fastest indian " take it as a compliment.
Gotcha.
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Wally World? Ugh.


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Bread knife works great on foam.
ya but nothing works as nice as an electric knife. you can pull off wafer thin slices and round edges beautifully. It is amazing how well those things work on foam of any kind.


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what type of electric knife are we talking about here? i was thinking about shaping my seat a lil too.


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Wally World? Ugh.
Thank you Bam, for getting the reference. It's a great little movie too. When the scene comes on that I referenced, you'll get it. Check it out.
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