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    aa_custom
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    PIttsburgh, PA

    How you like that Mft table by festool you have In the back of the van . Do you use that angle gauge a lot @aa_custom .

    I love the table. Its super handy, I use it alot for clamping, sanding, assembly, etc. I don’t find myself using the fence set up as often as I though I would. Its kind of a hassle to set up.

    Yeah that’s what i was thinking about the angle setup . I my one day just get the Mft table basic .

    Yeah. I feel like I’m missing out on the utility of it a bit. I need to take some time and peruse FOG and see what folks are doing. I think if I could set it up well, it would be great for making book cases. Maybe squaring with bench dogs is the way to go.

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    JerrySats
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    Garnet Valley, PENNSYLVANIA

    I worked for a company that had a 2014 Promaster my over all thoughts on it after driving it for a year were I’m glad I didn’t buy it . The brake noise drove me crazy , they constantly made squealing noise when you stopped . The seats were harder then sitting on plywood . The only few things I can say good about it were the ride was smooth and it got good fuel mileage ,on the highway(19-20 ) . around town it got 13- 14 . The build I thought was cheaply done , mainly the door handles on the back and side doors . I know they won’t last long with everyday use . They got it as a leftover and I think it cost around $33K .At the time they looked at Ford too(2015) and they were around $36 or $38

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    I worked for a company that had a 2014 Promaster my over all thoughts on it after driving it for a year were I’m glad I didn’t buy it . The brake noise drove me crazy , they constantly made squealing noise when you stopped . The seats were harder then sitting on plywood . The only few things I can say good about it were the ride was smooth and it got good fuel mileage ,on the highway(19-20 ) . around town it got 13- 14 . The build I thought was cheaply done , mainly the door handles on the back and side doors . I know they won’t last long with everyday use . They got it as a leftover and I think it cost around $33K .At the time they looked at Ford too(2015) and they were around $36 or $38

    Thanks for sharing your experience with the van . I think in the next year or so it will be the company’s recking point design . Dodge will have some time in sales .

    Always willing to learn .

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