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  1. "Which" Emerald was in the test? The Emerald...

    "Which" Emerald was in the test? The Emerald Urethane Trim Paint is what John and I have been referring to. "Emerald" is also applied to SW's top tier house paint products and is a regular acrylic...
  2. Beautiful work, Dennis! This past week...

    Beautiful work, Dennis!

    This past week involved some lumberjacking to take down two more trees that were not long for the world. One of them was actually in an inconvenient place relative to...
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    Since it sounds like you are eliminating the...

    Since it sounds like you are eliminating the glass entirely, consider building a thin "wall" rather than just using a single panel. It will better support the weight of the AC unit and you can also...
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    I think they are wearing ties, too... :eek:

    I think they are wearing ties, too... :eek:
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    Congrats! I suspect that you'll find that the...

    Congrats! I suspect that you'll find that the performance is more than up to the task for most things so enjoy!
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    Pointless or not, the market has been divided...

    Pointless or not, the market has been divided like that for awhile. There are lots of Cat 1 implements that are specifically marketed for Sub-compact and very small compact tractors. They are...
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    Ed, I agree that folks with sub-compact tractors...

    Ed, I agree that folks with sub-compact tractors have to be picky about what implements they decide to put behind it, but the market has a lot of choices in many categories that are intended...
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    Undoubtedly, it's a good tool. Milwaukee does...

    Undoubtedly, it's a good tool. Milwaukee does good things. These battery powered circular saws are really handy and sometimes problem solvers. No futzing around when you need to make a quick...
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    If you're planning on selling and moving, use the...

    If you're planning on selling and moving, use the breaker you have, especially if you have an older, less-supported panel.
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    It's only going to be very small logs, however,...

    It's only going to be very small logs, however, Keith. The BX can only lift about 200 kg/460 lbs and that's keeping things down low. (Dave, you need a lot of weight on the back of your BX to do this...
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    Mark, venting outside isn't going to happen...

    Mark, venting outside isn't going to happen because this will be conditioned space, but yes, I'll be doing careful calculations to insure the return air is appropriate for whatever DC system I end up...
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    That's not unlike the solution I did at my old...

    That's not unlike the solution I did at my old shop and will do something along the same lines for the new shop. One suggestion is for you to put it down low to further reduce any direct noise...
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    I have to start at least visualizing how I might...

    I have to start at least visualizing how I might use this space because there are certainly a few electrical things that are dependent on location because they are dedicated. So I took a few minutes...
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    I've come to love basswood for electric guitar...

    I've come to love basswood for electric guitar bodies myself. Really nice stuff!
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    I suspect that varies by jurisdiction. I just...

    I suspect that varies by jurisdiction. I just pulled out the one for my recent whole house generator project. It was issued on 26 January 2022 and says just below that, "THIS PERMIT EXPIRES: January...
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    Some drill/driver systems come with an attachment...

    Some drill/driver systems come with an attachment specifically designed to place a hole or drive very close to the edge/corner. Mine is Festool, but Bosch and I believe Milwaukee have similar...
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    They are clearly labeled on my saw as for lifting.

    They are clearly labeled on my saw as for lifting.
  18. Interesting effect, Perry. I'm really mulling...

    Interesting effect, Perry.

    I'm really mulling over how I want to do the floor for my new shop building. I'd really not prefer to have just plain concrete.
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    This reminds me of the many thousands of homes in...

    This reminds me of the many thousands of homes in the two Levittown PA (and likely the same in Levittown NY) that were all on slabs with both radiant heat (no PEX back then) and in-slab water runs....
  20. ProClassic is a 100% acrylic. Emerald Urethane...

    ProClassic is a 100% acrylic. Emerald Urethane Trim Paint is a step above in durability I believe. ProClassic has been my go-to for many years for trim work as well as for many other situations. I've...
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    My jurisdiction has a 100% penalty...double the...

    My jurisdiction has a 100% penalty...double the cost for a permit after-the-fact. That's why I havent started my groundwork for the new shop building, even though tere are some practical reasons I...
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    The Trimaster is a great band, Stephen, but it...

    The Trimaster is a great band, Stephen, but it also likes a big saw due to its nature. The CT may be a little more forgiving if you don't have a big, heavy machine.
  23. You have multiple choices; if you need to...

    You have multiple choices; if you need to hand-apply, the BM Advance or SW Emerald Urethane are good choices, although I had good results with SW Proclassic Acrylic white at our previous property....
  24. I use the 3 and 5 AH batteries with my Bauer 20v...

    I use the 3 and 5 AH batteries with my Bauer 20v tools. The only time I use the small 1.4 ah units that came with some of them is when I want/need more compact/lighter/quick work.
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    I've found that the "house brand" Cat 1...

    I've found that the "house brand" Cat 1 implements have been very good for the money and are more than adequate for the forces generated by sub-compacts and small compacts. I do agree that the...
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