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    It's most likely going to be a bust. Even if...

    It's most likely going to be a bust. Even if everything happens just right the meteors are expected to be moving very slowly. This means they aren't going to be easily visible as they burn up. ...
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    Sounds like a fuel issue to me. Might want to...

    Sounds like a fuel issue to me. Might want to check the fuel filter. In my saws it's inside the tank and doubles as a weight to get the fuel hose to the bottom of the tank no matter what position...
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    Where did you get the wood? I've made a few...

    Where did you get the wood? I've made a few segmented turnings out of short cutoffs. But I realized that these cutoffs usually were the ends of boards and on occasion had some hidden checking. ...
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    It's hard. A few years ago one of the on-line...

    It's hard. A few years ago one of the on-line auction houses had a commercial Rockwell radial arm saw (the one built like a tank) about 5 miles from my house. Nobody bid on it until the last few...
  5. I'm not great at it but I could make it in Fusion...

    I'm not great at it but I could make it in Fusion 360. It just took a few you tube instructional videos. I've never used Sketch Up but with Fusion you start out making a 2d model then make it 3d.
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    I have both a corded (Dewalt), cordless...

    I have both a corded (Dewalt), cordless (Milwaukee 18v), and an air impact wrench (aircat). The corded one is the weakest by far. It'll barely loosen lugnuts on a car. The Milwaukee gets most of...
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    So here's where I'm at. The oval is made but I...

    So here's where I'm at. The oval is made but I haven't routered a detail around the outside edge. yet. Here's the final design I came up with and a picture of one half of the oval.
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    I have the Lenox Woodmaster B in 1" 1.3 tpi. I...

    I have the Lenox Woodmaster B in 1" 1.3 tpi. I got it for my 19" Grizzly 514. I hadn't decided on which carbide blade I wanted and if I did something stupid while learning the saw I didn't want to...
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    Another word of caution is if you position them...

    Another word of caution is if you position them out at the edges of the bucket it doesn't take too much weight on just one side to tip over your tractor. I never bothered to add them but if I did it...
  10. I've had mine for several years now and there was...

    I've had mine for several years now and there was a few things I needed to finish. First was the pressure bar. It's a powder coated orange color. The part that actually touches the wood had what I...
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    I glue both sides as I like to work the PVA into...

    I glue both sides as I like to work the PVA into the wood. The exception is if I can move both pieces around some to help spread the glue. If something works why change. I just don't want a glue...
  12. I would buy a lead paint test kit. Most places...

    I would buy a lead paint test kit. Most places wouldn't touch it if there's lead paint on it. Depending on what type of person you are you don't want to breath in any dust when removing it. The...
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    It's hard to tell just how steep the land is. ...

    It's hard to tell just how steep the land is. You did say there was only one building site without lots of work. To me that's kind of a turn off for most people who might want to put more than one...
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    Be careful of the new aftermarket FOBs. They are...

    Be careful of the new aftermarket FOBs. They are usually very cheap quality. I had one and within a year one of the switches came off the circuit board. I've had good luck with buying used ones...
  15. Back in the day when you wanted to unlock your...

    Back in the day when you wanted to unlock your car you would pull your key out and stick it in the keyhole. For those down south it may seem like the perfect low tech solution but live through some...
  16. I second this. If a tooth on the hole saw bites...

    I second this. If a tooth on the hole saw bites in it forces the flute of the pilot bit into the metal in the side of the pilot hole. That'll cause the pilot bit to snap. Switch to a 1/4" rod and...
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    If you don't want to deal with customer support...

    If you don't want to deal with customer support can you switch the cables with another axis? If the tripping problem moves then it's most likely either the cable is damaged or the servo is bad.
  18. I've heard that used car dealers keep the second...

    I've heard that used car dealers keep the second FOB when they get a car with two. There's companies that sell them used that buy them from the dealers. They may not get much for a used FOB but...
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    I have the 600 grit diamond wheel on mine. The...

    I have the 600 grit diamond wheel on mine. The only problem is that it would be nice to have the course wheel and extra fine wheels as well. So the problem is the $1000 it would cost. I find the...
  20. Those plastic buckets are like the old glass baby...

    Those plastic buckets are like the old glass baby food jars. At first you save them thinking that they are a bonus but after a point in time you end up with too many and they take up too much room...
  21. I'm not sure if having a bow in the fence is a...

    I'm not sure if having a bow in the fence is a problem. Twisted would be though. Glad you got it solved. I think the problem is that demand is so high they just rush them out the door. The metal...
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    I'm thinking that the best way to do it is to...

    I'm thinking that the best way to do it is to make a very fine line on the spoil board at the correct angle so I can make the cuts. I'll then glue up the wood in the pattern below. As long as the...
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    The only reason for going with a finger joint vs...

    The only reason for going with a finger joint vs splines was because I've never done finger joints. They seem very simple but until I do it it's still an unknown. I'm thinking that it's one more...
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    Tiling an oval

    So I want to make an oval that's going to be about 24" x 54" which is larger than I can make without splitting the cut up into two halves. It's going to be a cheval mirror frame. Here's a rough...
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    Unlike steel the pitch doesn't have to be...

    Unlike steel the pitch doesn't have to be perfect. Some of the inserts did have flat spots on them but not sharp enough IMO to cut threads. I'm just going to get close and use a little epoxy on the...
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