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Franz©
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  • Franz©
    replied to New chop saw cart/table
    Google "lazy susan bearing" and go nuts playing....
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  • Franz©
    replied to Trailer Square but not
    Need more information.
    Are deck & wheels a unit, or is there deck, frame wheels from top down?
    Forget, ignore, forgetbout the hitch assembly for time being.

    Find center front to back of the deck and snap a line then find center of length and snap a line. Do the 3/4/5...
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  • Franz©
    replied to Multi-size wire crimpers
    Hints from the corrosion capitol of America where wires on new cars turn green in a month, inside the insulation.

    Save those little flower watering capsules florists use on stems. They're ideal for filling with white vinegar and soaking the corrosion off a wire you want to reconnect. ...
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  • That's a possible, but it's a stretch to get to the end problem.
    IF the stopage is being caused by tight turns it pretty much means the drive rolls are shaving wire as they pull and shavings should be evident in the drive itself. Scarred wire running through the liner or contact tip might be...
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  • Franz©
    replied to What's in your garage?
    Sure am, right after the soap salesman who runs SloFlushingTurds sent me a PM telling me he wished the heart attack had killed me. His hairdresser helper didn't like me either.
    The Get Dead Soon message kind of annoyed me, so the soap salesman learned how expensive lawyers can be.
    Then...
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  • Franz©
    replied to What's in your garage?
    Who you trying to kid Berry?
    Your wife makes you keep the shop neat & safe so the kids can use it for a playroom....
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  • Franz©
    replied to What's in your garage?
    Noel, media blasting & the dust is minimally 2 books.

    Step 1 is and always will be minimizing the dust with an impingement curtain. Seems like Tack and I did this last week.
    Step 2, let gravity work for you instead of fighting gravity.. Relocate your pickup area down to the...
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  • I been looking into your little problem Ryan, and really I want to help you, even though you're a belly crawlin Clark bar purloiner.
    Best I can tell so far is you don't seem to be a Chromophobic. More akin to a Pigmentophobic by definition, but your constant desire to powder coat indicates...
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  • Franz©
    replied to What's in your garage?
    Tinning flux - visit the neighbor's pool shed with a container.

    Beads are more for peening than cleaning. Plastic beads is for frustration. I love watching the bike boys squirt them in the cabinet.

    They give me real strange looks when I tell them about molasses and chelation...
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  • Franz©
    replied to tear drop camper project
    Thesuns (Texican word) what I been playing with.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/5x-T10-Fest...3D100012%26rk%...
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  • Franz©
    replied to Lathe Moving Sled
    Corners of them caster mounts gonna hurt bad some dark night.
    You got the pony that fits the headstock end?
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  • At my age humble has nothing to do with anything.

    Maybe we can work around your personal problem with painting by referring to the process as coating/liquid- brush applicable; viscosity alterable.

    Trust me, Engels is worth the time. Where else can you learn how to replace...
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  • Franz©
    replied to tear drop camper project
    Looking good, but I gotta ask, are there side flys for the kitchen area? Maybe a complete surround for nasty days.
    Where are the EXTINGUISHERS & crash ax?
    Are you going to install a skull/cabinet interface impact diminisher on that cabinet?

    Those doors look like about...
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  • Franz©
    replied to Lathe Moving Sled
    Still sitting in the lot Tack, but it don't get much use in the last few years, sort of obsolete. Primary replacement was built from a drive on car lift top obtained for hauling away. Threw that on the floor inverted and built most of the trailer inverted just like Odenbach built ship hulls in 36. Lot...
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  • Franz©
    replied to Blade repair Jig
    Use a zip disk to mow the end off the needle so you can move the liquid starch easily, it clogs needles if you leave the point on. Walfart will bring it to the in store pickup if the local store don't stock it.

    Valve core MUST be removed first as one of my guys proved.

    Use...
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  • Franz©
    replied to What's in your garage?
    Pallet wrap is cheaper & better than Saran Wrap from the grocery.

    Switch to Walnut shell, cost per square whatever is lower.
    Did you look in the soffet storage for the parts and on both sides of all rafters.
    Yes, it would have been a good investment to put all the parts...
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  • Franz©
    replied to Blade repair Jig
    Tack before you blow yer paws off, SCRAP that refillable sprayer. You installed the Shrader valve in one of the hyperstressed areas of the can. You gonna build those things, put the valve in the bottom. It's thick and you can fill the can with a turkey needle from Dollar General.

    Wash...
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  • Therein lies one f the biggest problems with kids. Refusal to learn unless they can see immediate benefit..

    Engels is a master craftsman in minimally 4 skill sets, but Ryan is sure he has nothing to learn from such a man. I ain't ashamed to admit I watched Engels build the repro 20 mule...
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  • Franz©
    replied to What's in your garage?
    When I was getting started $13,000 would buy a new ranch house in Henrietta, 2 bedrooms, 100 x 90 lot with hardwood floors. Garage was either 700 or 900 extra. GI loans available. Minimum wage was just rolling out, buck an hour. Old man always said you want to put a man into Bankruptcy give him...
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  • Franz©
    replied to Lathe Moving Sled
    Sort of like the 1906 Hamilton sitting in my shop a man gave me for getting it out of his garage so he could close selling his house. Most people who looked at it said it was ancient junk. I figured it might be ancient but it was way more lathe than I had, so I slid a pair of skis made from 8"...
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