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Tinker Joe 2
Tinker Joe 2
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Last Activity: Today, 06:15 AM
Joined: 10-25-2015
Location: South Louisiana
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  • Tinker Joe 2
    replied to Rockland Metal lathe
    I have hear that they are good machines, Ryan go for it, if not better watch me been know to sneak across the border and grab one or two, get used to a big machine won't want to back to a smaller one, you can do little things on a big lathe but you cannot do big things on a little lathe, pics I demand...
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  • Royersford drill press estate sale 1920 year make

    got this at an estate sale, he said if it could be loaded its free, to the bits and tool box, I did end of oiling the bearings and it did quite down, that boy will eat some metal, shame that someone dilled into the table but I guess since 1920 that could have been possible, shame to say that is # 3...
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  • Went to an Estate sale in Lake Charles and got a set for 10 dollars, the older metal ones they actually had two sets, those are the palaces to really get the good tools and such boy toys, there is one close by that is going to selling all the antique restored tractors and a nice 9" Logan Lathe...
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  • Tinker Joe 2
    replied to Mail box repairs:
    Ryan, its something that you and I and older generation have not caught onto, these new vehicles will only move forward if you are texting or talking on the cell, then that voids the need to look and think about were you are, your speed, it's more important to talk to the person on the cell that you...
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  • Tinker Joe 2
    started a topic Mail box repairs:

    Mail box repairs:

    Well another hit the mail box post this time and tore the door off, he even came back and offered to pay for replacement cost of the box, told him because he was honest and see that the was really regretful, ( let him off the deal) guess seeing that 9MM on my side help his judgment, I said how much...
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  • Why don't you white dominated 95% of you take off for a year and see how the only 1 that must be the 5% keep the construction and pipe lines going, or just build some railings for the Dome, sure that will last for years ? sounds more like a chip on one's shoulder than trying to make the industry a better...
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  • Nice work, that took a while, that was really nice of you to do that, that for the photo's to show how it was done.
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  • Guys I did try all of those things we only talking a few moving parts here, even pulling it by hand same things bind then let go, I will say again the closer from center to the machine drive lug it was smooth, just how much wire do you want to pull and cut to get the same results, the fellow at the...
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  • Tinker Joe 2
    replied to Kid project
    looks nice, lot of work in that, this is one I made for it was and is to haul heavy loads, fun to build and easy on the back better than a two wheel dolly. that four wheel steer helps in tight spots....
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  • Thanks fellows for the comments, guess he tough he would get him some Holiday cash because I always pay cash when I would do business there, then return the machine with a new roll or wire that he would have said that I dropped or let bird nest, those days are done, what a shame that people do that,...
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  • Tinker Joe 2
    started a topic Surging wire feed Miller 212

    Surging wire feed Miller 212

    the wire on the machine started surging, change the tip, tighten the pulling wheel nothing would stop it from doing that on a new role, looked like one side was very tight, kept rolling it out and cutting it until it got to center and the closer it got to the drive side then it would smooth out, went...
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