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  • #16
    My Innovative knobs came in today and they work great. I'm a happy guy

    My Son-in-law said "Darnit, I cut this board twice, now. And it's still too short."


    • #17
      I just make some quick Quick Knobs from 2" aluminum blank four prong knobs. They came out very good. They have a good weight and don't easily strip out. (Of course some of you gorillas will find a way. ;-) I bought 12 knobs, shipping included for $52. At $4.35 I can live with that. Amazon has some knobs they sell for $3.45 but they don't have any, (I didn't ask the other supplier what he charges when he doesn't have them.)

      If you have the tools and skills to make lock blocks, you have the tools and skills to make Quick Knobs. Here are directions on how to build them.


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