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    Re: Texting while driving

    "Old-school advice was to allow 1 car-length for each 10mph you're traveling, but anymore that can vary widely by whether one is typing or reading at a given moment."

    Do that today while going 60...
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    Re: Texting while driving

    With you on that one, they drive like they are on ice surface.
    Sure does not instill confidence.

    'nother that irks me is the type that never slows and comes to a very abrupt stop at intersections...
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    Re: Mounting mirror on tractor ??

    The only loader steel that is hard is the cutting edge, the rest is mild steel.
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    Re: Using a MIG welder to cut closed cell foam

    I needed to cut foam boards to make sign lettering.
    I used nichrome wire* that I scavenged from an old drier element.
    Made up what looked like a wooden 'C' so that I could string the wire...
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    Re: Ducks in your pond

    LOL, my friend does not have a pond but daily gets up to 5 families of ducks that come to his bird feeder. (well they eat the droppings)
    They walk across the road, fly in and plain drop in.
    OK,...
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    In Quebec Canadian Tire rules as Princess refuses to settle here, or so it seems.
    Closest Princess is Ottawa which is too far and Canada post kills mail shopping. ($10.00 shipping for a $10.00 item)
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    LOL, I have to go to another country as I live in Canada!
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    Re: U-Joints & Yokes for FEL Pump drive?

    Don't laugh but I have seen short lengths of hydraulic hose used to create flexible couplings.

    2 braided of suitable ID to match shafts works fairly well. Naturally the hose and shaft need to be...
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    Re: Mitsubishi mt180d

    Well you have proven the pump is OK.
    Probably some air in the 3 pt cylinder and air compresses while oil wont.
    You somehow need to bleed out that air or find a way to prime the 3 pt circuit.
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    Re: The Sorry State of Today's Journalism

    So many articles often mention a Street and even a town name.
    Problem is that there are hundreds of 'main streets' and today probably 10 of every town name you can think of.
    Also seems many...
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    Re: Clever trailer invention

    I drive an SUV type vehicle.
    I simply open the rear hatch and drop the back seats so that I get perfect alignment and distance every time.
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    OK, I have a 20 hp CUT with rear blower.
    A lot depends on snow conditions, If the snow is somewhat wet (like snowball or snowman wet) a cut will compact the snow as you drive over it and then the...
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    LOL, you got it!
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    Re: Removing glow plugs on YD485 4 cylinder

    I have to side with QUICKSAND, I think your plugs are OK from your readings.
    \My take would be that a plug would be either OK or blown.
    You did the proper procedure to test.
    \One suggestion might...
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    Re: Voltage Regulator-Rectifier

    I looked at those posted regulators and my impression is that they are simple full wave bridges wired so as they use the chassis as the neg or ground. As such those bridges are as inexpensive as less...
  16. Thread: Poison Ivy

    by PILOON
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    Re: Poison Ivy

    QUOTE My BIG problem the first time I got it was that I scratched my privates before I knew I had it. Sometimes swelling is NOT good.

    \LOL, I once had to crawl out of a ditch ditch (don't ask)...
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    Re: Ford finally came to their senses

    That is because those trucks are designed for tailgate parties at sports events.

    e.g.; 4 passengers + beverages for them and one BBQ & 4 folding chairs.
    Research showed that the short bed was =...
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    Re: My First Visit from the Trash Inspector.

    I earlier posted that we have a 3 bin system all on different days.
    Also fines are levied if bins left out and if wrong trash in the bin.

    OK, our city did one smart thing; they placed a re cycle...
  19. Thread: First Job

    by PILOON
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    Re: First Job

    Funny thing is that no matter the size of equipment other than fuel , costs of operation are fairly similar (or should be).
    Operator still gets same wages, parts still cost the same as does...
  20. Re: VW Clean diesels.... how did they get them so clean?

    It is easy to get a diesel clean,

    Wash it often!
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    Re: What is your favorite Quote or Saying?

    In aviation it was said that the only way to become a millionaire was to start with 2 million.
  22. Re: New to me (actually my Grandma) flawless 89 Massey Ferguson 1020 4WD

    Last summer I almost got one in 4 x 4, with mott mower, snow blower, log splitter and shredder.
    I bid $3000 and it actually sold for $3500. (was close to sight unseen sale)
    Buyer did a paint job...
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    Re: Deep Rock Hydra Drill

    Bunch of years back 3 of us chipped in and purchased a Deep Rock setup.
    As far as we were concerned it was a POS powered by a lawn mower engine.

    Other than supplying the engine they had a cuppler...
  24. Thread: effluent pump

    by PILOON
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    Re: effluent pump

    At first I had a 3/4 220 and blew it.
    I now run a 1/3 with no problems and the lift is 18 ft to the field and it is about 18 years old.

    The advise that seems to work is that I have a check valve...
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    Well digging prices sound OK, in fact quite good. To convert to Cdn $$ a steal.
    Pump brand and equipment also good except I find prices on the high side but then maybe full retail? or retail +(I buy...
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    Re: Fluid filled rear tires

    Well at some point I'll foam fill my tires as my size is no longer available and the tires are badly weather checked even if they are only 2 years old.
    When I changed them I installed new tubes and...
  27. Re: Critique of initial idea for a garage apartment

    Marrying wood to steel can be simpler than some think.
    I found that it is easy to shoot Ramset nails into steel, in fact easier than shooting into concrete.
    Concrete has stone in it that deflects...
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    Re: overheating engine

    Are the sender and gauge a matched set?
    I don't mean calibrated but rather same brand and series.
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    Re: Sharpening mower blades

    My blower is not a 0 turn but a regular CUT.

    I simply take the door off in the summer and have 2ea 4" computer type 12 volt fans that blow air on me. They put out enough CFM's to also keep the...
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    Re: 8N key broke in ignition

    Done that and it really works!
    (Idea did come from TBN.)Use the finest blade you have.
    It is sort of like many tiny fish hooks and really works.

    You then bring the 2 key parts to a locksmith (or...
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    Re: Rectifier for a 1989 Sears riding mower.

    Most Sears power products are made by MTD but each one has specific differences, enough that shops don't want to service.
    Also sears want to sell you a complete assembly and not the component to...
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    Re: well pump safety device

    Your question was BAD LEAK *
    The Sq D devices are just for that!

    * like frozen pipe or a solder joint that lets go.
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    Re: Rectifier for a 1989 Sears riding mower.

    Your photo shows 3 wires.
    My guess is black= ground, red +12, and blue AC in.
    If so that suggests a bridge (=4 diodes)
    If I am correct a simple full wave bridge is only a couple of $ at most.
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    Re: well pump safety device

    There are two styles of pressure switches.
    The one you want has a lever on the side that prevents the pump to re start if the pressure is very low as would be the case of a burst pipe.
    Say the...
  35. Thread: Willys cj3b

    by PILOON
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    Re: Willys cj3b

    Then I stand corrected.
  36. Re: Sheared the Lower Lift Arm Cross-Shaft (MT180D)

    I have the same tractor and have sheared mine for the second time.
    In my case snow blowing and hitting some protruding rocks is the cause.
    Catching the 60" blower corner on buried boulders puts...
  37. Re: Sheared the Lower Lift Arm Cross-Shaft (MT180D)

    I have the same tractor and have sheared mine for the second time.
    In my case snow blowing and hitting some protruding rocks is the cause.
    Catching the 60" blower corner on buried boulders puts...
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    Re: Chains and how they are made

    While I haven't made the actual links I have heavily modified a set to fit my tractor rears.
    I cut links, twisted them open to fit pieces together and then stick welded the cut links closed.
    I did...
  39. Thread: Willys cj3b

    by PILOON
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    Re: Willys cj3b

    Think I did spot a mod!
    If I recall my cj3 came with 16" rims and tires were narrow, mind U I agree that the fatter 15 is much better.
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    Tires Re: finding wheels for an L225

    Same tractors can have different rims depending on the tires mounted.
    Ags might be one size while turfs another.
    The rolling distance (circumference) is what counts especially for a 4 X 4.
    ...
  41. Re: What's the general opinion on the Ford Rangers?

    I had an extended cab 4 x 4 with the 6 cyl. Was a real gas hog.
    Auto locking hubs stopped working and replacement was very costly.
    Front rotors had ABS built in and that was $$$. as you could not...
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    Re: DIY Power Barrow

    A friend of mine is in the process of building a powered barrow.
    He is using a snowblower as the power source extended up front with asingle swivel 8" wheel.
    He is making it dump to the side with a...
  43. Re: $285.00 in pool supplies to unlock chlorine -- Didn't work. No guarantee .

    In my early teens we'd swim at the local city beach.
    Rather than a firm sandy bottom it was sort of gooey like slippery dissolved clay. They claimed it was silt.

    Later on we learned that the...
  44. Thread: What a tragedy

    by PILOON
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    Re: What a tragedy

    I've had 2 near misses that could have ended up like that.

    First was a wheel that detached itself from a semi traveling in the opposite lane and came right at me but thankfully missed.
    Second was...
  45. Thread: Airplane tires

    by PILOON
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    Flat Proofing Re: Airplane tires

    With the 20 or so plies you don't need inner tubes and be sure your cushion is soft.
    I'm sure they must be very like foam filled.
  46. Re: Adding Attic Insulation With Poor Vapour Barrier

    Up here in Quebec code is to completely seal the complete house with vapor barrier. We tape all joints and many builders even go so far as caulking stud pairs.
    Outside walls are laid on strips of...
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    Re: B7100 HST - how good is this tractor?

    My friend's 7100 has PS and FEL.
    What they did was to add a 2nd pump up front driven by the crankshaft via a universal joint and short shaft..
    Seems his factory pump is dedicated mainly to the...
  48. Thread: Racoon Removal

    by PILOON
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    Re: Racoon Removal

    We had a neighbor that had a large screened in porch with a nice very well stocked wet bar.
    Coons managed to slit the screening, opened the bar and sampled every bottle in the bar.
    As you know they...
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    Re: B7100 HST - how good is this tractor?

    A friend has one, a beat up ugly poorly maintained (prev owner) with almost bald tires.
    But you just can't kill it. Does every and anything he asks of it.
    FEL bushings all loose, hoses pop one at a...
  50. Thread: Seat Cracking

    by PILOON
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    Re: Seat Cracking

    Armorall will probably do those seats good as it does 'feed' the plastics as well as provide some UV protection.
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    Re: Ford aluminum truck beds are strong how?

    Probably 2024 T 1 , which is dead soft like commercial aluminum.
    Were it T6 that is tough but maybe brittle.



    There are other grades of alu some of which are highly resistant to corrosion.
    On...
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    Re: Hydraulic flow restrictor

    Flow restriction is easy to make.
    Braze an appropriate fitting closed and then drill a tiny hole , like 3/32 and your flow will be restricted.\
    If that is too slow drill next size up 'til yo get...
  53. Re: My wife painted my tractor with a BRUSH now what

    Well a whole while back I bought a 'doser that needed service B4 I took delivery.
    Part of the deal was that they steam clean it for me.
    As soon as I got it home the first thing I did was a complete...
  54. Thread: Seat Cracking

    by PILOON
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    Re: Seat Cracking

    My tractor seat was the typical vinyl or leatherette and naturally it cracked and wet my butt.
    I had a suitable piece of leather which I recovered the seat with.
    To my satisfaction and pleasure It...
  55. Thread: Turkey nest?

    by PILOON
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    Re: Turkey nest?

    I am in Quebec, north of Montreal where it gets very cold in our winters and we usually get 3 ft of snow over about 12 to 20 'events'.
    To my total surprise last winter (early spring) I observed 12...
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    Re: Milwaukee power tools

    Just today we needed to drill thru 9" of LVL laminated beams.
    Used the Hole Hawg with a 3 1/2" bit and made a pile of wood chips.
    That thing is a BRUTE!
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    Re: My take on a Ballast Box

    Well my Ballast is a 300# elevator weight to which I added some 12" high X 6" tubes each side of the vertical that the upper 3 pt arm attaches to.
    The vertical also incorporates a 2" X 2" receiver...
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    Re: My First Visit from the Trash Inspector.

    Well we now have 'garbage police' , 3 students hired to ride with trucks to be sure the right trash goes into the correct bin.
    One truck passes on Wednesday for the brown bin and Friday for the Blue...
  59. Thread: Racoon Removal

    by PILOON
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    Re: Racoon Removal

    Use the Havahart live trap. Bait it with something smelly, apples, tuna?


    Very true.

    Paint them with a rattle can before releasing. If they show up again, well, food for thought....
    Like...
  60. Re: One reason (excuse) to get your septic tank pumped

    Here by law we need to pump every 2 years (4 if seasonal occupation (cottage area))
    AS an association of cottage owners we do an annual sign up campaign for pumping with last years fee being $160...
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    Re: Removing a Cedar Shingle Roof

    I once pulled a galvanized roof that was laid directly on plywood.
    The underside that made contact with the wood was totally rusted after 6-7 years of being installed and 'pin hole' perforated in...
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    Re: Steel Roof Grounding

    4 of us were sitting in a living room during a storm in a chalet surrounded by tall trees while lighting and thunder roared.
    Suddenly a loud crash and a bolt struck and the hanging chandelier...
  63. Re: Quiet down 3 cylinder Ford with taller stock exhaust?

    Sometimes adding a foot or even inches will make a big difference.
    Resonance is probably what is happening, try slipping on an additional piece of pipe just as a test.
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    Re: Removing a Cedar Shingle Roof

    At $1500. you would be miles ahead to DIY it even with some paid help.
    Cedar will pull easily with any square end spade (heck almost even by hand). The small nails can easily be smashed flat with a...
  65. Re: Gas on-demand Water Heater for one washing machine?

    As to 'IDLE' temp, we once had a 5 day power outage and I simply needed a shower and decided to shower no matter how cold it might be.
    Much to my surprise as long as I did not mix any cold what came...
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    Snow Attachments Re: 5' rear blower too big for Kubota B7100HST?

    With hydrostatic you will have no problem.
    I run that size on my gear drive with same HP and have done so for 12 years in all kinds of snow events. (It becomes all about technique.)
    For sure I'd...
  67. Re: Compare types of gravel and alternatives for roadway repair

    If your existing base is good then even 2" of recycled would be better than crushed for hills as the main advantage is that water does not wash the crushed and cause ruts.
    For best results recycled...
  68. Re: Compare types of gravel and alternatives for roadway repair

    having maintained 3 miles of shared roadway for some 12 years I can suggest that generally crushed run (sometimes called 0-3/4"s) is a very good finish product as long as the base is solid. Easy to...
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    Re: 2538 50-hour service is how much??

    My tale is on the positive side.

    Took my car for oil, filters and seasonal tire swap (mounted on rims snows) and quoted 1 hr.
    They also were to find a clunking noise from front right side.
    2 hrs...
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    Re: The things that we do and why...

    LOL, and you can't cure stupid!
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    Re: Looking for high BTU propane stove (camp)

    You can simply enlarge the burner holes by a thou or 2 and naturally re adjust the air.

    They make a special set of mini drills especially for converting from (or to) propane to natural gas.
    Also...
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    Re: Revenge of the mailbox

    Notice to intruders (or box bashers), be sure you are wearing the clothes you wish to be buried in!
  73. Re: Actual stories of lawsuits for doing tractor work for hire.

    I have owned my MT180D for about 20 years and have dug, spread many loads of soil and gravel, graded drives and blown as well as plowed many drives.
    Probably 7-800 hours or so.

    Maybe I am an...
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    Re: Trash can hauler for tractor bucket

    We need to have a plastic 'citizen card' with photo in order to use the recycle site.
    They told me my card had expired but there is no expiry date on the card!

    Once a month we have bulky item...
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    Re: Trash can hauler for tractor bucket

    I simply use a light chain that I hook to the 2 corners of my FEL bucket,

    That video clip is exceptional in that the driver actually righted the downed bin, not here, in fact we are lucky if he...
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    My sure way of positioning metal is 2 pairs of Vicegrips (sometimes 3) and a narrow strip(s) of of metal to hold at 90 deg.
    Welding in close proximity of a magnet makes for weird effects as the...
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    Re: You don't have a high speed Internet connection??

    Yeah, teletype---always will remember finding a pile of paper on the floor come early office hours.
    Guess that was the early version of SPAM.
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    Re: Backup Camera in Cab

    Just make sure it is 3M tape, LOL.
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    Re: Texting while driving

    Heck my first car had little yellow plastic things that flipped out on either side of the car to indicate turns, (never worked properly)
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    Re: time to contribute

    Welcome from another Canuk, from 'la belle province'
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    Re: You don't have a high speed Internet connection??

    Bell around here only offers Modem service but a private contractor came in and gives us unlimited for $49/m.
    Generally excellent other than some folks watch only HD TV that eats up a lot of space....
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    Re: Tire size? 4wd Lead/Lag

    Have the same problem as they no longer make my rears.

    Yes, front should lead the rears by about 5% as as time goes on the front wears to the point that there is no lead due to front wear.
    IMHO...
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    Re: Windows 10 Bah Humbug

    I was happy with win 7 until a cup of coffee did it in.(mea culpa)
    Went to Cosco to see replacements and options and declined.
    On Cosco online I bought a HP with WIN 10 factory loaded as the local...
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    Re: Generator warning system?

    LOL, I know when power goes off!, no TV and the house goes dark.

    Since I have only a limited number of circuits* on my gen set it is a simple matter of having a light turned on on one or more of...
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    Re: Rebuild a generator?

    With today's labor rates more and more products are 'throw away' with electronics being the best example.
    I have seen so many electrical items tossed that only needed a new plug that I wonder.
    I...
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    Re: Leaking front tire

    Tube for sure is one good solution.

    What often can happen is a bit of water get in there, some rust starts and air leaks out of the rusty (porous) area.
    Pulling the tire and wire brushing the rim...
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    Re: Backup Camera in Cab

    Most of those cameras are designed for external usage.
    I mounted mine (with double back tape) on the outside of my rear window and it works just fine, even at -30 deg.
    It has sat out there for 2...
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    Re: Texting while driving

    Gee, as a pilot I'd trim the plane, change frequencies 2-3 times, set flaps all while in the circuit on approach and all that with a hand held microphone and look out for traffic as well as land the...
  89. Thread: Hi from Canada

    by PILOON
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    Re: Hi from Canada

    Welcome, enjoy.
    From 'La Belle Province'
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    Re: Texting while driving

    How about this:
    Was stopped at a red light and an ambulance comes behind me with siren and all kinds of sound effect to get me to clear the intersection.
    So I comply carefully checking for traffic...
  91. Re: related to flooring - bathub trim what sealer to use

    7 or so years ago I needed to caulk a tub and wanted a decent color match as traditional tub caulking would have been to great a contrast.
    (due to tile selection I needed a dark brown)

    My...
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    Re: Honda engine shaft for pump

    For occasional basic (crude) coupling you can also use a short length of 3/4" hydraulic hose and either clamp onto the shafts or even drill for 1/4" hardware.
    I have even seen this approach on some...
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    Re: Welding a nut into thin-wall steel

    Riv-nuts come in 2 styles.
    Plain and then the better style that need a small key way (or notch).
    The riv-but then has a dimple that fits the notch.
    We used the notch style a lot in thin aluminum...
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    Re: BBQ grills great find next to the dumpster

    Now there is a great idea.

    Stainless mower deck, and in fact should really not add more than 10% to to the price, and at that maybe not even as it would be the same dies and no paint and...
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    Re: Barn Roof repair...looking for some tips

    I have always screwed into the TOP of the ridges as suggested by my supplier for a roof.
    With cordless drills and adjustable clutches it is a a snap.

    For siding always on the flat.

    We once...
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    Re: What to look for in a compound miter saw?

    FYI, I have the 12" Makita, slider that tilts left and right.
    Nice, smooth action.
    With the slider system they also provide a depth stopper to do dado cuts.
    It also cuts more than 45 which is...
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    Re: Toothbars skid steer type vs pirahna

    A skidsteer is a tough and powerful machine and I suspect a pirahna bar might on the light duty side.
    I'd suggest a real tooth bar is your best option.

    If you back drag a lot then I'd simply add...
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    Re: Tire Rod on Sabre tractor came off

    Fact is those are a very cheep excuse for a rod end.

    An upgrade would be proper bearing type 'Hiem' ends and a bit of DIY engineering.
    In fact probably not any more expensive (EBay rod ends) and...
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    Re: What's in your toolbox?

    Besides the usual tools I find my handiest item is a few feet of aluminum or copper heavy gauge (#8) wire.
    In a pinch it has replaced pins, supported hoses and a variety of other other tasks.
    I...
  100. Thread: Nice shot

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    Re: Nice shot

    I frequently pass a marsh frequented by herons.
    When the fly off they usually poop a 20 ft stream of feces.
    Pressure washer would be more appropriate than window washer on a direct hit.
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