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What’s york stone
U been at the walls?
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yorkstone

I just happen to have quite a lot of it in quite thick slabs. :shhh:

And no, I haven't had any sausages in ages :grin:
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Didn’t know u had a lenco
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I don't :lol: :lol: :lol:
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You can put a lenco in anything. Cutting the stone to fit a lenco ain't going to be easy.

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Daniel Quinn wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 7:25 pm
You can put a lenco in anything. Cutting the stone to fit a lenco ain't going to be easy.
My mate's CNC water jetter could do it with ease. Cut me a 1" thick black granite slab for one of my yet to be completed TT projects.

Moral: find a stone mason with a water jet machine :lol:

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karatestu wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:18 pm
Can you put a Lenco GL75 in a plinth made of york stone ? Slate is considered a good plinth for these so would that extend to a very hard and heavy stone like york stone ? :think:
It's worth a try.

I think a Lenco in a Yorkstone plinth would look fantastic in a rustic kind of way.

Would you mount the arm straight onto stone plinth?

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Lindsayt wrote:
Sun Sep 13, 2020 6:40 pm
karatestu wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:18 pm
Can you put a Lenco GL75 in a plinth made of york stone ? Slate is considered a good plinth for these so would that extend to a very hard and heavy stone like york stone ? :think:
It's worth a try.

I think a Lenco in a Yorkstone plinth would look fantastic in a rustic kind of way.

Would you mount the arm straight onto stone plinth?
I don't know Lindsay. I know next to bugger all about Lenco's :lol:

Every man and his dog seems to be getting one. If I can find a cheap one I may have a dabble. Yorkstone can look really neat when it is freshly cut. Seeing as though I am falling over the stuff here it would be rude not to have a go.
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