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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    If there are pix of things you want a closer look at, please let me know.

    I really have not been kind to it on the past few stumps. stalling, jamming, just seeing what it will take. Motivation...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    That quad wheel is very impressive. Just didn't feel it in my design... Too many variables and as I had to have the wheel made costly.

    In my first post is a wheel design provided by green teeth.
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    Re: Glueing Magnets to Aluminum Strip

    Mike. I had to make a 4 ft edge. Steel would be too heavy.

    Jw. What us e6000
  4. Lost some oil, is it possible new hoses I put on took it?

    So spent the afternoon in a panick, trying to figure out why I am around 6 quarts low in my hyraulics.

    Have looked everywhere, dry as a bone. run the tractor up, nothing.

    It just dawned on me...
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    Re: Glueing Magnets to Aluminum Strip

    Terry... Very Cool

    BTW, just went to Victoria for my birthday. Never have been. Took the ferry, stayed downtown by the docks. Great food, really nice people and a beautiful city. Got out into...
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    Stump grinder complete

    I welded up a cover for the top of the machine. It reduces the flying debris. A flap on the front would also be an idea, but I am worried about sucking it in and as the machine works sideways, I...
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    Glueing Magnets to Aluminum Strip

    OK, its not welding but it is for welding. I am making some plasma straightedges and was using epoxy to glue the magnets to a strip of aluminum. But I have already had one fall of. Any suggestions?
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    Re: Engine Overtemp

    Just a note... Mowed a neighbors field yesterday. 2 hot hours in95 weather and the machine never got to 200 degrees. This is far better than I have ever had. I am wondering if the new...
  9. Plasma cutting advice - actual cutting

    I have an everlast 50. Nice machine. I am very novice but getting it. I need to cut up some 16 guage to make a protective cover for my stump grinder.

    I have been cutting everything at 45...
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    Re: Everlast plasma?

    I have the 50 from mark. Just got it and completely po'd about the amazon deal. This said, mine is dual power. So far on 220 it is working like a dream.
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    Re: Over Heating

    I just went through this on my machine. Although completely different in design here is what I found.

    First. Inspect you radiator. This does not mean just taking a look. It means get a white...
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    Re: Link to stump grinder project

    I am building the civer this week. Those bolts are self locking but I threw on some blue as well. Good idea on the protective cover. Will use some of the scrap from the cover build.
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    Re: Engine Overtemp

    On our machine, close inspection does not happen without a wrench.
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    Re: Link to stump grinder project

    Some Video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiwxyNaZcPE
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Video of the bad boy in action. Alder stump maybe 6 months old. Tree was in bad shape to begin with.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiwxyNaZcPE

    Next week I cut the shaft down and put on a...
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    Re: Engine Overtemp

    I am calling the Deutz place on monday. Longs story but I had to take the thermostat out after installation. I found that when istalled, the little silver was pushed in. The secondary dome was...
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    Re: Engine Overtemp

    Not sure why the picture did not come up.... Old on the left, new on the right
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    Re: Engine Overtemp

    So bringing this back up with what I believe is my solutions, and some warnings to all.

    I bought the replacement thermostat as recommended. As a note, the plug for the thermostat is a size 12mm...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Thanks mr he. Just found out I was skimming the tops and I can take a big bite with this. Walnut stump was gone quick tonight. Tomorrow will video some maple stumps
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    Re: Retaining wall block question...)

    My neighbor has built a retaining wall 25 feet high using these crazy blocks he got from the local concrete company. They have these forms, and when the truck return they dump the remaining concrete...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Hmmmm. It is the 700 Lo Pro series. I do have a guage, but have not put it into series yet. I got 37HP at 3000PSI and 18GPM. I don't run the engine full tilt but...

    So it was my first time. ...
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    Re: Everlast Powerarc 200 ST

    I have one as well (the 200ST). Just got it a few weeks ago and have run 20lbs of rod. Started with some 6011 as the metal was rusty and I wanted deep penetration. Wish I had just pulled out the...
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    Re: Link to stump grinder project

    Yes, project was titled Spinning Wheel of Death. At least that is what my wife called it.
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Yeah, there is a lot of things left to do. I need to trim the front shaft down, but wanted to wait until I was sure about the motor / machine combo in case I had to move stuff around. I also need...
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    Re: Link to stump grinder project

    Just a bump. Finished it today and it really works. Totally amazed.
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    Re: Deutz Timing Belt

    Ohhhhhhh. Our own little deutz repair club... Who else will join?
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    Re: Deutz Timing Belt

    So Ken, have you replaced your belt? The thing I see as being key to all of this is the tension reader as well. You got that?
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    IT IS DONE... Well, kinda done, needs paint, a bit of touch up welding, need to cut the shaft up but in principal IT IS DONE...

    And....

    It works. I am completely and utterly amazed at myself....
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    We added additional set of teeth as the wheel got bigger. In consulting With Green Teeth we put teeth at the same Radius (except one set is straight and one set is bent) 90 degrees apart. We then...
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    Re: Deutz Timing Belt

    Me neither. I actually know very little about the Deutz. I had always heard it was a tank of an engine, but now it looks more like a Porsche of an engine.

    Look at that video on how to change...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Just some pix of the weekend welding. Going slow so I don't make a mistake. Added some gussets to the mounting plate for rigidity but did not get pix of those. Today motor mount and trying to get...
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    Deutz Timing Belt

    I am going to start this as a new thread for search purposes. Just saw a note that timing belts on Deutz engines need a change out at every 5 years or 3K hours. I have another company telling me 1K...
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    Re: Found a good deutz source

    Found this Says 3000 hours or 5 years (I thnk it said 5 years).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae13eR-I1rU
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    Found a good deutz source

    So I am having an overtemp issue, and it has been a bit of a bugger.... Finally found out from Deutz itself that it could be a faulty Thermostat (OK, did not know my tractor had a thermostat). ...
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    I ended up at the local metal supply. 5 feet of 5/8 rod for$7.

    Yeah the parts look great but my welding is so bad....
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Yes, I think cold rolled. I am not really savvy on all of the different types of steel (guess I should be).
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    Re: What is the back pump on 425?

    3 things from my have no clue mind are first improper installation, a soft key to mis alignment or bad lovejoy (hole not snug or worn out). Next would be a pump that is failing. It is harder to...
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    Hmmmm... Interesting point. It could create wear points on my QA Plate (although the QA Plate has seen some seriously better days, it is so warped it is not funny). I swear like 3 of those plates...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    According to Terry, both. In looking at the control block, there is 2 pressure relief valves and the PTO solenoid.
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    Using rebar I already had...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    As I understand it, it you should be pretty close. Some people don't do it at all. I had the guys at the machine shop run it and it was pretty true (they laser cut it and then honed it).
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    Brilliant. Simply brilliant Moss....
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    I bought a 200 AMP Stick from Mike at Everlast and it is killer. The price was much better than a used Lincoln tombstone (which I love and have) and the arc and weld are so much better.

    I think...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Just regular soft. I was on the phone with the teeth manufacturer thinking this wheel needed to be 1" thick and blah blah blah. He said "Nope, normal steel, 1/2" is overkill for 35HP"

    Again,...
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    Did not know. Going to propane when my acet runs out...
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    Building Quick Attach Plates

    So I called PT and found out a quick attach plate for my PT is $200 apiece and then shipping.

    So I went to my machine shop and for well under $150 I have all the steel cut, bent and ready to weld,...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Nope, no safety plan in place other than jump out of the way... It is spinning sideways to me, not that that means anything but I have examined ways of failure and it does not appear it will hit the...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Just got off the phone with my Tractor Manufacturer....

    He informs me that my hydrualic circuit has a relief valve built into it so no need for a relief valve across the motor (This assumes that...
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    On the Oxy Propane, I was told by my supply shop that since 2000 or so that the hoses sold complied with both Propane and Acet.
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    So some of you use your normal circular wood saw with a metal blade? i thought they turned too fast and wrecked the blade (I know that some have too much plastic and tend to melt but that is another...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    So JJ. Great stuff.

    But looking at the first stump grinder, the WOSG. essentially it is a conventional PTO driven stump grinder with a pump motor that runs at 540RPM. The gear box is a gives...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    JJ. Do you have a link to these? What I understand is that stump grinder designers tried and failed a bunch of times to make step up stump grinders (Meaning the hyd motor drives a gear box or belt...
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    All very good points, I have cutoffs, portaband, chopsaw, each have a use. I got an oxy acet setup and would say it is uber handy to have but scares the heck out of me and in the end is not cheap. ...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    HDDNIS. You own this one? I am basically doing a S18 rip
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    I love the opinions and insight, really. I copied my design from both Bauma and the other major manufacturers. This is basically my parts list (I ordered similar of everything, cobbled together off...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Lovejoys are standard with these hydraulic systems (I have been researching the heck out of them) I don't disagree with your assessment but I found no other alternative that would work.

    The motor...
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    My holes are by hand with a Milwaulkee 1/2" Hammer Drill (on drill mode). My drill press was problematic for this large piece. I say 10 minutes as time does not fly when drilling holes. But I know...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    JJ. I will call Terry and inquire with him. Bush Hog takes a long time to wind down.
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    No derailment. I watched this. I don't have the guys tools so I had to farm mine out to the local machine shop. And his skill set with metal is so much higher than mine.
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    So clearly I am missing a step with this pilot hole as it took me 10 minutes to get through 1/2". The pilot hole makes this big of difference? Gonna have to test your guys theory on this.
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    So..... The Pillow Blocks. I don't disagree with any of your concerns. But pretty much every design I see uses Pillow Blocks. I asked the manufacturer when I bought them and they pointed me to...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    JJ. I have considered the relief on the motor, but I don't think I need one. The PTO Circuit should cover this as Power Trac has designed. My mower does not have a relief valve on it. What am I...
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    Re: Stump Grinder Build

    Yeah, saw this a couple of years ago. Yes, like his.
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    So back to my big question, how often do you guys lubricate the drill bit?
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    Link to stump grinder project

    In case you don't frequent the section

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/build-yourself/316837-stump-grinder-build.html#post3828667
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    Stump Grinder Build

    So I have been playing with the idea of a stump grinder for a number of years. The issues are cost for a new one (3 to 7K depending on how you go) or getting lucky with a used one. My tractor is...
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    Learning something new all the time....
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    1/4" pilot hole not too deep. Just a starter hole so I am centered correctly.
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    So... First, thank you to everyone so far. Lots of great info.

    As an update to the project, I was wrong. the holes needed to be 3/4 (Caught this before I drilled) and my steel is more like a...
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    Re: Best drillbit for steel

    I know people talk about Hole Saws but for me they have not been successful. They cut, but when they where out there is no recourse on sharpening. What am I missing with the use of a hole saw?
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    Re: Plasma cutter jigs

    Buck.. What do you think of that jig? The company itself is pretty cool....
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    Re: Engine Overtemp

    Coyote, yes, the old sensor the tab was completely broken off at the base. Yes, I agree the replacement sensor, being used, is purely a stopgap. But in an effort to get a handle on the situation I...
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    Best drillbit for steel

    I am confused on all these different types if bits for steel and woos and plastic. I need to get a 5/8 hole through 3/8 steel. I kinda get the stepping up but I really don't get cobalt vs...
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    Plasma cutter jigs

    So after a weekend of cutting metal I see the need for a circle cutting jig. But I wanted to broaden it to any sort of cutting rig you have either bought or made and your thoughts on the jig.
  75. Where is the best place to measure engine temp

    I am working through an over temp issue on my oil cooled tractor engine (Deutz f1011 4cyl). I have a long list of tests but where is the best place to measure an engine temp correctly? It is not...
  76. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    I wish all of you guys lived closer. I've got a few PNW around and have never made the effort to stop in and say hello which is partly due to my work, and partly due to me not being as good a human...
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    Engine Overtemp

    So I am getting this out of the electrical thread as the problem is unknown.

    2 weeks ago I was running the mower and the temp jumped to super hot. I quickly shut down, but the engine felt cool. ...
  78. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    The overheat is a weird thing. (I am not even sure if I am overheating, I am just getting a weird reading). I have never had an issue with my PT about getting warm. I mean I have worked it hard and...
  79. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    So an update to the update of the update.

    So far circuit breaker is holding. Mowed 1.2 hours tonight.

    Earlier today my Mechanic buddy stopped by and helped (well, he just did it) replace my...
  80. Everlast PowerPlasma 50 Review - kinda and a bunch of questions

    So thank the gods my Plasma arrived Tuesday as promised. For those not in the know, this allowed me the ability to put the machine together, test it and have a friend come up who knows a thing or...
  81. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    To the clamp. I am a Fluke sort of guy but the price has been a bit much for this kind of tool and how much I would use it. Got any suggestions for a less expensive, yet useful, version?

    Have a...
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    Re: Making the PT Seat more comfortable

    The downside of either of the seats is that it raises you up, an that puts you into the ROPS. As for the value of the seat, IMO over priced. Typical of dealer take offs. You can get brand new for...
  83. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    Spent an hour mowing with no blown breaker. Do I trust I have resolved the issue? no. But that is because I have put around $300 into parts that could be intermittent and have found a $5 part the...
  84. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    That is the next step. I just got back from the local boat dealer who had the 20 amp dash breaker in stock. The previous breaker basically fell apart in my hand when I reached up to unscrew it. It...
  85. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    I have decided to pull the breaker first and put in a blade type fuse. Supposedly the fan is fused so I would think it would blow its 10AMP fuse right away. but I have to dig into all of this.
  86. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    OK. It is not the PTO Coil.

    Next I am replacing the fan. I am also looking at the thermostat control. I notice when the fan comes on the voltage drops. I am also considering it is a bad...
  87. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    Coil is rated at 4.6 Ohms. My older coil I replaced (Incorrectly) tested at 4.5 Ohms. I have put the old coil on, trying to find someone to sell me a new coil (Hydraforce 6852012)
  88. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    I checked the Solenoid and the ohm reading cold is 5.0 Ohms. It is charged at 4.6 Ohms. Can't find a Tolerance chart, any ideas? Ohm Meter is a good quality one.
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    Re: Everlast 200 Stick review.. Kinda

    Its on its way. Mark called and got me on the hot list. Very cool. It arrives before my wife comes back from her movie so I can get it in the garage and it becomes 'what? that old thing?"
  90. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    Two more things, It could be the switch. Will check it.

    And finally, does a coil have a positive and negative side? I don't think so as both old coils have both red wires, but the new coil had...
  91. Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    To review

    Only when the engine is warm and when I am mowing does the circuit breaker blow.

    1st Resolution - Clean all grounds (Will repeat this process yet again).

    2nd Resolution- ...
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Just saw this . Does not apply to america as cost of auto ownership is quite different but an interesting read

    BBC News - Electric cars 'to cost more to run than petrol vehicles'
  93. Re: I have a concern - sever overcharge from PT

    Will get those together shortly. I just need a confirmation on the oil temp sender.
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    Re: Everlast 200 Stick review.. Kinda

    I think Shield may be my long lost father
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    Re: Everlast 200 Stick review.. Kinda

    Again, everyone great stuff.

    GW - Getting the plugin information down. Two questions. Why do they call the clamp the "Work" side? I thought the Rod was doing the work.

    Second, what is the...
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    Re: Everlast 200 Stick review.. Kinda

    So I am a bit embarrassed and owe Mark an apology. As instructed, I downloaded the manual from the internet and was using that as my manual of info. Well, some how the PDF did not download as much...
  97. Re: I have a concern - sever overcharge from PT

    Well, the Coil and valve are still overpriced. I kinda checked into it... not enough to make a stink but enough for me to rethink purchasing from PT which is a hard statement to make.

    The...
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    Re: Everlast 200 Stick review.. Kinda

    So Mark and SS, can you explain two things. Work clamp I assume is the rod clamp? What is the difference on the plug on the left compare to the plug on the right (in laymans terms if possible)?
  99. Re: I have a concern - sever overcharge from PT

    So an update.. Not the best kinda update but an update.

    the box of toys arrived. I got an entirely new coil and valve. Spoke to Terry, updated design so use this over the old. And it was 170...
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    Re: Everlast 200 Stick review.. Kinda

    If I had a plasma cutter, I would ;-)
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