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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

    Last Post By: Dave Anderson NH Today, 10:32 AM Go to last post
    Clarence Martinn

    Which Air Filtration is Better??

    Thread Starter: Clarence Martinn

    The Grizzly G0738 or Shop Fox W1830 - Hanging Air Filter The tools that create the most airborne dust , are my Wood Lathes. The old Air filtration system I had, was an old Ridgid Canister air filter. They don't make those anymore. So, looking for a similar ...

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    John Terefenko

    Electric Cars

    Thread Starter: John Terefenko

    For those that own electric cars a few questions?? Do you like your choice as opposed to having a gas operated one? Would you do it again? Did you have to make changes to your insurance plans, both vehicle and home? If so what? Being there is a higher risk with battery fires from charging and now...

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    Jack Frederick

    Ford Lightning

    Thread Starter: Jack Frederick

    Having put $75 worth of gas in the pick-up yesterday and it being CA with likely the highest price gas in the US, I came home and looked at some U-tubes on Fordís new electric PU. My needs are pretty modest from a hauling standpoint and I am really intrigued by this thing. With my solar system I...

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    derek labian

    Vests, Aprons, Smocks for Woodworking and Carpentry

    Thread Starter: derek labian

    Just curious which types of tool belts, smocks, aprons, and vests people are using while doing woodworking? The apron I'm using has the fault that lots of things fall out when I bend over/down. Maybe there is no good solution for that.

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    Alan Rutherford

    Breaking up a cast iron bathtub

    Thread Starter: Alan Rutherford

    It's time to get rid of the claw-footed cast iron bathtub that came with our house and it's going to have to go the hard way - in little pieces. I will have some help in the brawn department but planning is up to me. I did this once before about 50 years ago but I was younger, stronger and dumber...

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