Thanks for the info/ideas so far guys!
I like that little video on the use of lacquer thinner to improve look a little on a machine that isn't going to be totally stripped but has some dirt. Thanks shapeshifter. Not sure if it will improve these ones, but it is certainly worth a try! Worst case, I have to sand anyway.
Darcy, I couldn't agree more that definitely safety is always first. Even a smaller, lighter woodrail would be no fun to fall down on someone...especially with old glass still in it. I'll have to take out the split bolts and levelers and see what I can work with...
The leveler brackets don't match each other for some reason. Actually the leveler feet don't either (and one is broke off). I'll have to look into what I can do for levelers/brackets. Not sure about new ones, and honestly...I don't know that I want shiny new ones on it. Even mismatched, the brackets won't be seen, but the feet obviously will.
Stoomer, thanks for the RGP link. You have a nice little sum up of different legs on there! I need to remember to get back on there again when I start looking at my different sets. Later today/tomorrow, I'll probably go measure my set just to compair to your sizes.
When I took pics other night, I only picked up a couple of the legs and noticed that at least one was pretty warped...hopefully there are at least two nicer ones I can use in the front, but even with a warp, hopefully they will be useable regardless (assuming they are warped the right direction, not like under cab or something! Lol).
Will have to wait till it warms up more to really do glueing etc....snows starting to go away though!