- Dec 1, 2010
I wondered about that too Ron.I'm a bit surprised that it did as well as it looks like it did. I would have guessed that with it being that far extended, it wouldn't have been rigid enough to get that nice of result. Guess that goes to show just how good my "gut instincts" are.
Ive had times when I didn't have a choice, and had to hold workthat way. Being I hate surprizes, I would use my bull nose center and just push it up to the work so I could see it spinning. Or if that isn't available, then use your live center instead. Its cuts down on the pucker factor a lot. I just assumed he used one or the other.:whistle: