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MasterKwan
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  • MasterKwan
    replied to Tubing to thin
    This is what I'd do too. Particularly since you don't know how much rust is inside the old one. My guess is your main problem is that the tubing is already mostly rusted out inside so, you're trying to weld to rust thinned metal....
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  • At one point I was upgrading PC's every year. Now I can go 5 years and can't really tell a difference in performance between the old PC and the new. It's the same with phones. At one point the next years model was head and shoulders better than the old. Now that's not the case. Without some sea change...
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  • Right now EV's are at least $10K more than the same sized gas car. They have horrible resale value too because the state of the art is still moving. I expect to some day have an EV but I'm going to wait till the tech plateaus like PC's and phones have. At that point, when the price is closer to...
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  • Yeah, I'm in the "drill the rivets out and replace with bolts" camp.

    https://www.samarins.com/glossary/im...oint-large.jpg

    Honda uses these things. I'd be more inclined to completely remove that rubber coupler and use something entirely more ro...
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  • MasterKwan
    replied to Short circuit
    Everything about the military is 1/2 assed. Amateurs with a high school diploma and with a year of electronics school repairing systems that cost $100 million dollars or more. On the other hand, if you want to be a tech, you can touch equipment the civilian world would never trust you to touch.
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  • MasterKwan
    replied to Short circuit
    As long as they don't have holes in them they're fine for 120 or even 220. As a tech and home repair guy, I get lit up with 120 every now and then. It hurts but it probably won't kill you unless there are freaky circumstances like maybe being completely sweat soaked or a strong hold on a ground. 220...
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  • Not having a warranty knocks a decent amount of value from it. If you're going to price it close to new price, people will just buy new. Why not put it on ebay asking for as much as you want for it, then see if someone bites? You can always re-list it lower.

    $1300 seems reasonable....
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