In a message dated 7/5/03 3:33:38 PM Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> Phil Brown has the ticket. Sure, the Stein tool is nice, but a cheapo
> steel threaded top race works fine. Why spend the money when you
> probably have one sitting in your drawer??
I use two cheapo races, spaced apart enough to leave just blade clearance. I
cut conduit for a living, so I'm used to a hacksaw, but the threads tend to
turn the blade a bit, and being fussy, I really like the steerers cut as square