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  1. Re: So how is winter going so far? Warmer or colder?

    northern center of ohio had started off with cold most of the summer, well below normals and October & November were cool and probably below normal. December so far has stayed above normal for most...
  2. Re: ? Mystery, when I click "What animal made this paw print"

    I have a glitch in Friendly politics to one of the threads I click on it (shows a new post) and it takes me to pg 14 even though there are more pages and clicking new page or last page is same...
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    Re: Do You Warm Up Your Chainsaw?

    I dont warm mine up much, start it and run above idle enough to clean up a bit then run 3/4 throttle when cutting. most people over rev their saws while they can run 100% best cutting is usually...
  4. Re: ugh.. Discovery Channel Alaskan Bush People hype / BS

    That is how we have been watching TV for some time now, DVR and Fast Forward has become almost instant so hour shows are in the 35 to 40 min range (if ya don't pause go make some pop corn, run out...
  5. Thread: Late last night

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    Re: Late last night

    Was a good show, I was waiting to see Grandpa S. in it! Parker is one of the reasons to still have faith there are some strong willed hard working kids left somewhere even if they are deep in the...
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    Re: Concrete project: will this work?

    Essentially sealing the concrete (top mostly) as it is fully exposed to weather worse than the pad. TN does freeze often enough to get water into the concrete and freeze cracking it. Leave the...
  7. Re: Shower Enclosure - No Supporting "Foundation Material"

    I agree with Eddy, you can also use lightweight drywall topping compound or even duro-rock 90 mixed somewhat dry and done as Eddy said. We did a LOT of homes drywall & often would have a few bags...
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    Re: What is it with appliances these days?

    The fact is that about 70% of the major name brands are all made in same factories & by same company, up in North West Ohio (Clyde & Findley)

    ApplianceMagazine.com*|*Clyde, OH: Achieving Quality...
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    Re: What is it with appliances these days?

    hahah yep I guess so, the 2.5 year old maytag washing machine has bearing or something in gearbox going out. It sounds like heck trying to spin the load out, seems to always have unbalanced load...
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    Re: PTO Stopped Working

    Sounds like you probably pulled the CLUTCH SAFETY wire loose on the left side (little button that a bolt barely contacts near very bottom left foot tread on bell housing.) OR the SOL wire on the...
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    Re: Wedge Anchor Question

    Like others suggest, the A method would be better for a tension load. I would like to say that there are methods of anchoring without concrete that are far superior if you have not put in the pads...
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    Re: Oil Drops over 30% since summer, now what?

    The House passed the trillion dollar spending bill I think the numbers were 1.1trillion more than expected to come in this year.?

    I agree with those that say we will not be able to pay off the...
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    Re: Anyone miss the larger cars?

    well I think EVERYTHING in the way is the crumple zone in that thing ;)

    lol loved this one

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN65mEhgpqQ


    There is one I remember with Joe Pesci (maybe my...
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    Re: What is it with appliances these days?

    I totally agree, my farm house has some old kenmore appliances probably late 70's or 80's washer & dryer. we recently bought NEW ones for the city house, GE brand were total junk that went back...
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    Re: Cinder block culvert

    probably a ratcoon, they love to Cr@p on everything, had some get into the old car out back and into the garden shed, filled piles in every cranny...
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    Re: Felt lined boots?

    Still have a couple pairs of the old military Muckluck Airforce boots. they car the canvas, rubber and felt ones that lace up to the knee. Nice & warm worked great for fishing winter late fall...
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    Re: Anyone miss the larger cars?

    There is no doubt that the modern engineered cars are safer from a perspective of keeping occupants away from the impact. But they also have much less mass so they can be pushed around by a truck...
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    Re: Anyone miss the larger cars?

    I have my 74 Merc Cougar setting in the back barn (maybe someday I can afford to restore her, bought that in 87 & was my 1st hot rod.) Built the 400 & C6 it would break free @60mph it's 2nd gear...
  19. Thread: Driveway Pics

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    Re: Driveway Pics

    Ya, around here that would ad 1k/yr on taxes easy... Might have to paint it green (or brown) for season so they cant see it flying over :D Trick a lot of people do here is do top 3/4 of the...
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    Re: Settling for 'good enough'

    All depends on the inside of that hole err home you are looking at 2nd hand one. New roof means maybe water damage inside or it is still solid but gonna be bad. Being built in 1980 no need to...
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    Re: Bankruptcy Chaper 7

    Funny it was on the news stream yesterday, I am not looking today but feel free to look for yourself.

    M
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    Re: Steel for DIY Fire Pit - Advice Needed

    Semi Truck rims are really popular as well. Anything thicker than 1/4" is probably way overkill, A36 hot rolled steel is kind of what that pic looks like it is made from. A36 is good & should...
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    Re: Never thought I see the day 22 lr. ammo.

    I have been shooting the OLD Thunderbolts on and off for decades, but then my brother and I ran into a sale in the early 90's on the 550 round boxes. $7.95 if I remember right, so I picked up 4 for...
  24. Thread: insulation

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    Re: insulation

    Condensation is a major issue between cold metal and warm interior space. The insulation prevents heat loss but often lets moisture penetrate to the metal condense and freeze/rust in those areas. ...
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    Re: Bankruptcy Chaper 7

    very true that is why they are very pro-Congress and often involved in writing laws that only they can interpret it as well as preventing others from even attempting to defend against them.

    Now...
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    Re: Bankruptcy Chaper 7

    If he had knowingly do so in buying the cows with a bad check then I would say fraud, even if he did file ch 7. Owner defrauded should have gone and got the cows back on day one with force as it...
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    Re: Jinma 204 (TY290) temp issues

    With the rad cap open and engine up to temp you should see flow of coolant in the radiator as pump moves it thru.

    Take a COLD resistance reading of the sensor, then with engine up to temp...
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    Re: Oil Drops over 30% since summer, now what?

    What many probably do not know is how those wells producing all the oil in TX up thru Dakotas even into Canada is NOT receiving the big $ that everyone thinks. Those wells produce oil at a price at...
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    Re: Concrete project: will this work?

    the plastic was a bad choice it stretched under the crete pouring into the form. To make them for counter tops use either Melamine (MDF with a smooth stick free coating of plastic) OR use standard...
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    Re: EBay: shipping rant

    noticed that too, I always ship to the womans place as I have had 2 things come up stolen or NOT delivered to the farm (as never had anything else stole.) Waiting for Amazon anti virus software...
  31. Re: Best material for landscaping around foundation?

    dont envy ya as getting those rocks INTO the wheel barrow is going to be the REAL hard part!

    Be sure to have the fall of the land done and dug out ready for the rock before ordering. Lay the...
  32. Thread: RV Project

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    Re: RV Project

    I say fly out and plan a trip a head of time stay in hotels (plenty of small places B&Bs to stay at.) Get a small (but powerful) rental car that you can zip around in. The place is bad with under...
  33. Re: Best material for landscaping around foundation?

    a single ton of river rock is very little when you are covering an area, best to use some base calculations on area you want to cover. Then take that area and figure depth you want and come up with...
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    Re: Oil Drops over 30% since summer, now what?

    I agree been waiting for on road to drop & get a good winter grade at the pumps. I need some for the farm tractors and cant figure out the now over a buck more per gallon while it takes less...
  35. Thread: RV Project

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    Re: RV Project

    Bird:

    I did some driving thru the midwest and south west a couple times. spent a few months in TX and seen a good bit of the western half of the state. TX is nice people but everything is...
  36. Thread: SALES TAX RANT

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    Re: SALES TAX RANT

    :Lets see do quick ballpark figuring:

    Fed Income taxes, somewhere around 33% that I pay, then SS is ~8% my State Income tax ~4%, County School income Taxes 1.75%, City I work in 1.5% (total...
  37. Re: Bad Day at Block Rock - errrr - Make it Bad Year.

    What is the story on the thief and pup & all>?

    M
  38. Thread: SALES TAX RANT

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    Re: SALES TAX RANT

    Hope so, just cause they bought a TESLA (100K buck car) then they can afford to pay for the road they are using!
  39. Re: Recent Flooding, yesterday 3.5" in a couple hrs.

    I added a couple more pics on PB and for here.
    Up stream side looks pretty good.
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  40. Thread: RV Project

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    Re: RV Project

    :thumbsup: that is my plan :D Where did ya like it the best/worst for RVing??

    M
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    Re: Making a ditch crossing

    mine is similar but no where near the pucker factor, I took 24' x 24" split it in half and made mine.


    I only need about 2 feet of fill on top but already have about 3 of gravel just to try and...
  42. Re: Geothermal heating system and extreme temperatures.

    Those Water-furnaces are some of the best (most efficient) ones going them and some other company are competing all time for top rated two. Other than that I say see if you have a local HVAC...
  43. Re: its a Jinma for sure.. but there's some part i cant figure, i need HELP (

    I noticed that there is a ball valve on the VENT on the Hyd Tank (behind the seat) this is BAD it needs to be vented all the time the end is running. You can put a hose (clear one works well) on...
  44. Thread: RV Project

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    Re: RV Project

    Sounds like fun, I been contemplating retirement with a RV or pull behind w a nice 4door type tow vehicle to see USA. I seen a lot while in Military & want more but other half has only 1 time left...
  45. Thread: Holidays

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    Re: Holidays

    Happy Thanksgiving from Ashland co Ohio, going to Medina County to my Brothers place w family shortly...
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    Re: Spray foam didn't stick

    Yep: temp was way too low, there are some versions made to work in lower temps but are more expensive. Closed cell foam also has to be HEATED under most conditions to get the foam to work right,...
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    Re: 24hp tractor at northern tools

    something like this
    http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k130/WPSPIKER/property%20and%20trees/Bridge%20and%20Creek/th_0926141858e_zps0118d044.jpg

    solid Granite Rock, and was wet to the core. ...
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    Re: Where can I buy sheet metal?

    look for welding or metal fab shops, the stuff you buy at HD or Lowes is 26gauge or thinner that can be cut with snips or a good pare of scissors so not very strong or ding resistant.

    ask for...
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    Re: Are you a hoarder?

    Lived that 2 times in last month, as I took a old car w load of good stuff to recycle scrap yard.

    My biggest problem is FINDING the GOOD stuff when I need it, I know I have exactly what I need to...
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    Re: Got embarressed refilling Viagra

    lol, yes that is a pretty good one, I think I might have said something about the same.

    Back 25 plus years ago, I was getting a new pair of glasses, had my prescription in my check book. Well...
  51. Re: Sluggish toilet mystery, round 2, expert help needed.

    Have you checked the level of the pipes running away from it.? Just a small drop is all that is needed but sometimes the floor sag (imperceptible to most) can cause this too. Or just a bit of...
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    Re: Cooling system hose size?

    I can change my belt without removing the shroud, just have to wind it between the blades to get it on. The bypass hose, I sued the removed one off my 3.8 V6 Thunderbird. It was the same heater...
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    Re: Found Missing Tool

    Pretty interesting, seen many objects grown into trees as I spent a lot of time in woods and exploring as a kid. Not much different now other than I move a WHOLE lot slower ;)



    Mark
  54. Re: Sluggish toilet mystery, round 2, expert help needed.

    It depends, I posted above how my old place was like yours, calcium and lime would build up in the toilets AS WELL AS filling the lines below the fixtures. ALL of the DWV lines that were WET would...
  55. Thread: Propane Prices

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    Re: Propane Prices

    my NEW tank is full $1.49 with tank purchase (July) and still have 15% or so in my old rental tank that will go back when empty.

    Mark
  56. Re: Finally an article that puts numbers to the argument of Min Wage

    There are a lot of info that says the min wage is best kept somewhat low, this inspires people to move into better paying jobs, finish school, get degrees and continue to grow and improve ones self. ...
  57. Re: Sluggish toilet mystery, round 2, expert help needed.

    Common items stuck in the trap are tooth brushes and yes they sure stop up a toilet causing slow flushes. Works flushes ok 3 or 4 times if liquids or little paper but too much paper and or poo poo...
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    Re: sticky injector?

    Sounds plausible that you knocked loose what was causing it to stick, it SHOULD have made a slight difference when cracking it as fuel would have had 2 directions to go. It could run thru injector...
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    Re: Adhesive question: glazed tile to PVC trim

    Heating the PVC with a torch works as well to OPEN the pores of the plastic, it HAS to be done on most PE plastics and works in many others. Not enough to melt it but enough to bring the surface...
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    Re: Vaulted Ceiling Question.

    I would build a faux.boxed wood beam that appears like a REAL SOLID ridge beam. It can be made to take up light amount of space and even make it well enough to tie the wood roof materials to.
    ...
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    Re: geothermal questions and possible DIY

    this company seems to have some pretty good awards & higher efficiency than most of them.

    WaterFurnace - Smarter from the Ground Up

    had owned their stock a long time ago but no longer. ...
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    Re: Farm Pro 2425/Jinma electrical help

    That clutch switch if broken can short out and blow fuses, the clutch rod should push it JUST far enough to turn it ON and the STOP BOLT needs adjusted so that it DOES NOT smash the switch too far in...
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    Re: 24hp tractor at northern tools

    3 batteries in 11 years? Must be that GM alternator lol, my CHINA (2002) Battery had finally needed replaced in Jun/July of THIS YEAR. It was the battery that came in the crate from China, I...
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    Re: A HERMIT Want A BE

    hummm my pickup has not had more than 2 K in last 4 years, all for business lol... BUT I do have the DD thunderbird which has well over 200K. Still working has me driving it all the time but I do...
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    Re: geothermal questions and possible DIY

    My understanding of the two is that the A2A uses larger air exchanges & noisier than the geo. The biggest cost is digging wells OR excavation for the in ground tube & antifreeze in the tubes. The...
  66. Re: Any word on the proposed EPA "wood burning appliance" restrictions?

    If only the Republicans were more like the TEA party or Libertarian party so less Oil money backing them. I agree maybe we can get the EPA rangled back in some but who knows as of yet...

    Biggest...
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    Re: Why are "newer" vehicles so hard to work on?

    WISH mine looked that nice, here at 10 years most are rusting thru, bottom of doors & fenders or around any seam... Ohio been using calcium chloride salt concoctions that are bad enough to eat off...
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    Re: Best pressure washer for the money?

    Same one I got I guess it is a good machine but I noticed after 2nd year i have a engine oil drips (somewhere) from it.

    Mark
  69. Re: Any word on the proposed EPA "wood burning appliance" restrictions?

    Please feel free to keep your head stuck into the sand then. Might contact them and see what they say when you ask about building your own stoves, be sure to include your homeowner insurance...
  70. Re: request recommendations for rebar spacing for concrete project

    lots of info:

    I would also look at maybe driving that motor home across the dirt a few dozen times to make sure it is well flattened ;)

    The footer under existing drive should be a good way to...
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    Re: DeepRock Hydra-Drill

    Safety fyi the LAST post was 8 years ago & thread started in 2003 but always nice to hear from people who do own stuff on how well/poor the machine works.

    Mark
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    Re: three point fork lift mast?

    Messed up once where I worked we had 3 or 4 old FL that were going to scrap, I DID get the forks and frame for them off one of them and other maintenance guy said take whole mast & make 3pt with it. ...
  73. Re: Any word on the proposed EPA "wood burning appliance" restrictions?

    Actually if they deem you MANUFACTURED the wood burner (even for your own use) since they deem control over them they could (would) still have you by the nads. They WILL/CAN now FINE you and...
  74. Re: Any word on the proposed EPA "wood burning appliance" restrictions?

    The EPA did put the rules out and those rules go into effect in 2015 or 2016 though the FINAL rule writing is not done/released that I know of yet. Like anything the EPA has done in last 10 years...
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    Re: 24hp tractor at northern tools

    I actually treat mine like a bulldozer most of the time, it has 600 hours or so and I would say 250 or so is mowing and tilling, the rest is bulldozing work. I started a thread about capabilities...
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    Re: Shenniu 25 front drive shaft dumping oil?

    sounds like the transmission seal is leaking to me, check the level of fluid in the trans and go from there.

    m
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    Re: Subsoiler for burying PEX

    looks like ya got it licked! good going.

    M
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    Re: 24hp tractor at northern tools

    My neighbor has the 404 foton with Koyker loader, it is a NICE machine & i have my old 2002 Jinma with china hoe, fel tiller and mower, added on us fergi plow, rotary cutter and king kutter blade 7...
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    Re: Leaking Jinma 224 Radiator (video inside)

    The Water Pump is leaking and there are seals in there on inside that might be replaceable but probably about as cheap to replace the pump.
    Call Tommy at Affordable in TX and see if they have...
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    Re: Subsoiler for burying PEX

    One thing I have learned is to make two or maybe 3 passes BEFORE you insert the cable/tube for this type of plowing in. That way it loosens up the soil in the first pass and it is easy to follow...
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    Re: Subsoiler for burying PEX

    Attono:

    PEX is relatively soft, it kinks and any rocks will compress it and cut off flow. If you have any sharp edges on those rocks or drag it across something it is a gonner. The Black Polly...
  82. Re: Any truth to winter severity indicators such as caterpillars, etc?

    lol Yep,

    Around here Wooly Bear Caterpillar myth is more black then colder or longer winter, Woodchuck sticks his head out & see's his shadow ya soot him and pray ya got him before he says theres...
  83. Thread: Backhoe JW-03

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    Re: Backhoe JW-03

    Well the JW03 is not too bad, have on myself, do you have the JINMA or FOTON frame mounts or were they built in like on the ZL20 FEL on mine>? I have extra set of mounts that work without the FEL...
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    Re: Subsoiler for burying PEX

    Attono:

    the PEX will need a large rim to UNROLL into the hole a simple axle will work for most of the stuff but PEX will KINK if it is not unrolled correctly. make up a 3 or more spoke rim that...
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    Re: Help identify plant in my food plot

    Now I know why those Texas Deer are so small, poor things are starving to death looking at Eddies fields! Yep them are cowpeas, as suggested toss in some extra oats/peas/beans to help them get...
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    Re: Spray Foam Question

    Closed cell foam is what you want on the roof for at least 2" thick, you can cover additional layers of open cell to reduce costs. The R value is about same but any leak or seep in the roofing...
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    Re: Never thought I see the day 22 lr. ammo.

    last week they had 550 round bricks on sale at $27/box, not cheap enough for me to go get any YET but availability is coming up. none at wallyworld yet or the stores I actually go into. The ad...
  88. Re: What do you have for an internet security program?

    using Trend Micro at the moment mostly cause it came with a 5 site license but have used and like Kasperskie in past HATE Norton and McAfee both as they suck away and slow down the system. hardly...
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    Re: Battery or Starter ?

    my old China Battery recovered using a trickle charger and the anti sulphate chemical in it 4 times from key being left on and once from the short to starter when the wire tire holding the hyd QD up...
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    Re: Posts Footings: What do you prefer?

    Wish I had taken some photos of the post prep and hole prep but I was doing a lot of clean up work as well as keeping the poles moved using the tractor while the amish boys were drilling; cleaning...
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    Re: Posts Footings: What do you prefer?

    The tile started out about 30" or so outside the barn perimeter and about 20" deep at that high side. it sank in depth but not a lot only enough fall to keep all the water flowing out towards the...
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    Re: Posts Footings: What do you prefer?

    LD1

    Not a big deal, to hire the rough framing and poles/trusses to be put in/up by a crew, lots of Amish Crews in the area that will do it for very little $.

    My PB has 24" x 8" cookies...
  93. Re: Electrical Challenge of the Day: GFI tripping

    Just got on, the 240V tells the story, just had to find the broken neutral wire...
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    Good to see ya found it and fixed the problems. Lots of times you will find when running with a bad neutral...
  94. Thread: Crazy weather!

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    Re: Crazy weather!

    hummm, today here in Ohio it was wind, rain, sleet, snow and back again... morning it was 57 then temps dropped as sun came up.

    Mark
  95. Re: Recent Flooding, yesterday 3.5" in a couple hrs.

    As promised I added a couple photos of the progress, I ended up tossing the 2x8x10' old bridge boards back on top of the gravel just to get them out of access way to the areas I need to get yet.
    ...
  96. Re: crack sealer for concrete? hairline on exterior slab.

    yep: seals concrete real well too. yes, it was cold temps this past year in the area, some real bad days near -20 and for nearly 3 weeks we didn't get much above freezing this past year. That is...
  97. Re: Recent Flooding, yesterday 3.5" in a couple hrs.

    Ryan:

    I actually just scrapped a car but I had sold the hood off of it first, lol, I had PLANNED on saving it and took it off then some kid hit a deer and gave some $ for it so win win lol...

    ...
  98. Re: crack sealer for concrete? hairline on exterior slab.

    I bought some water sealer that seems to work well enough it is liquid runs down in pretty well. it does not have any "FILL" for voids etc but seems to waterproof pretty well to keep the moisture...
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    Re: Metal Fence On Fire!!!

    lol I did same thing tonight in my woods, Even though it was sprinkling I swore there was a FIRE in woods and took off in there with tractor until I was about 50 yards farther up i could see what it...
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    Re: OSB or Plywood for Truss Gussets?

    Never really checked this issue out that well, we build trusses on site for my barn. They were built and done for about 3 weeks before the crew made it back. They were stapled and PL400 glued, on...
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