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    I have an Oneida V-3000 about ten years old as...

    I have an Oneida V-3000 about ten years old as well and just replaced with the Wynn filter. It was a direct fit up and I didn’t need to buy any additional dust pan or really anything else. I had let...
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    If the shower was built correctly there would be...

    If the shower was built correctly there would be a waterproof membrane behind and under the tile. A crack in the grout wouldn’t have much effect.

    I’d put money on there being an issue with the...
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    I built a trestle table out of No. 1 SYP that was...

    I built a trestle table out of No. 1 SYP that was special ordered from Menards. It was originally going to be hard maple but this was at the tail end of a long kitchen, dining, family room remodel...
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    Give Blastgate Co a call. When I was assembling...

    Give Blastgate Co a call. When I was assembling my system about 10 years ago they had 26 gauge snaplock pipe and fittings. Much cheaper than anywhere else I could find. I ended up driving a few hours...
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    Sorry, not to go off topic but... can you...

    Sorry, not to go off topic but... can you elaborate on this tip? I always thought this might work but when I discussed with a structural engineer he said no way would it work. Seems like it would...
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    I wavered for quite a while on epoxy and cloth....

    I wavered for quite a while on epoxy and cloth. My original goal was cheap and fast build. In the end I epoxied the outside (no glass) and painted with Rust-Oleum marine paint. If the plywood didn’t...
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    Alternate idea: If you are doing a brick patio...

    Alternate idea: If you are doing a brick patio how about using permeable pavers? If you have somewhat sandy soil the permeable pavers would have no runoff and in some cases can handle othe runoff...
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    Why not just use an ACO Drain product? They have...

    Why not just use an ACO Drain product? They have lots of options.

    The slope is built into the drain and they have different grate options.
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    Sharing my lesson learned..... The LYS plans...

    Sharing my lesson learned.....

    The LYS plans mention using MDO plywood for painted boats. I wish I would have listened to that advice. I used marine pine plywood and now that I am painting it...
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    For the lumberyard skiff? Yes, the plans are...

    For the lumberyard skiff? Yes, the plans are pretty straightforward. And the plans include a narrative of the building process and a few B&W pictures. I had a question along the way and emailed...
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    I’m building the lumberyard skiff right now....

    I’m building the lumberyard skiff right now. Started on Memorial Day weekend and hope to be done in a few weeks.

    But, I’m no expert by any means and this is my first boat. It appealed to me...
  12. No. Right now I’m trying to figure out if there...

    No. Right now I’m trying to figure out if there is a problem or it is normal. Other responses above seem to suggest this is normal for this saw. I don’t want to waste Bosch’s time/money or go through...
  13. So I was using it again today and grabbed my...

    So I was using it again today and grabbed my infrared thermometer to check the temperature. After about 15 minutes of use the average temp around the grab area was about 130 degrees (F) with some...
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    Sorry, I don’t have anywhere else but I have...

    Sorry, I don’t have anywhere else but I have ordered from Menards and have found the wider and longer the boards the better the grade they seem to be. I get the #1 grade 2x12 and rip to what I need...
  15. Mine gets hot in the same spot and I’ve been...

    Mine gets hot in the same spot and I’ve been holding it back further too. Seems like a design issue but the saw works great otherwise so I don’t really want to return it and buy something else.
  16. Thanks. It looks like the local Home Depot...

    Thanks. It looks like the local Home Depot carries them so Iíll pick some up.
  17. I’m using one of the wood blades that came with...

    I’m using one of the wood blades that came with the saw. The cut is great compared to my old jigsaw and I don’t think I am pushing it too hard or fast.
  18. Bosch JS572 - Barrel-Grip Jig Saw - Hot grip?

    I bought a new Bosch JS572 (Barrel Grip) about 2 months or so ago and have been using it off an on over the last few weeks. This is the first barrel grip jigsaw I have owned and while it seems to cut...
  19. I’m assuming the groove tapers up just so,it...

    I’m assuming the groove tapers up just so,it isn’t seen on the end. If that is true (and it is being painted) then I’d be tempted to just route the grove through and then glue in a short piece of...
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    I like it! I like it so much I bought the...

    I like it!

    I like it so much I bought the plans and am picking up materials for to build the LYS later today.

    I may have a few questions along the way if you don’t mind..... :)
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    I always ask for cash on Craigslist. Completely...

    I always ask for cash on Craigslist. Completely reasonable request for that much of a purchase price. Over the years I have demanded cash for craigslist payments on multiple vehicles and other big...
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    I installed one about 10 years ago when I built...

    I installed one about 10 years ago when I built the shop. It’s the 50k unit and the shop is 20x36 with 10 foot ceilings. I have it on a thermostat and keep it about 45 all the time then turn it up to...
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    Thanks all. I hadn’t thought of glue blocks but...

    Thanks all. I hadn’t thought of glue blocks but it makes sense. And I’ll take a look at potentially keeping the risers and covering them later with thinner plywood.

    Next up... what finish to use?
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    It was my intent to remove the treads and risers....

    It was my intent to remove the treads and risers. That was step 1 although I didn’t say I would remove the risers. My plan is to strip down to the stringers and then start checking everything for...
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    Replacing stair treads

    I'm planning to replace our carpeted stairs with some hard maple treads with a clear finish. The risers will be painted white. The bottom 5 treads are open on one end. the remaining 7 treads are...
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