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    Expanding on this question, where to find direct...

    Expanding on this question, where to find direct burial fiber cable (but don't mind running conduit)? I have a mechanic shop 150 yards from the house, and a dock 200 yards from the house. I'd like...
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    I just ordered a pair too, thanks to this. They...

    I just ordered a pair too, thanks to this. They must have been very busy, because that was the slowest to process Amazon order I've done in a while.
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    I could very easily do without the chickens too,...

    I could very easily do without the chickens too, but most of us understand the "happy Wife" thing. Since I replaced the roof on the chicken house with standing seam metal last Spring, I guess we'll...
  4. I like Bert's plan. For hand fitting small...

    I like Bert's plan. For hand fitting small tenons, the little Iwasaki extreme fine file, is a wonderful tool.
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    If you have horses, opossums are not exactly...

    If you have horses, opossums are not exactly harmless. They are the only carriers of EPM. We have 150 acres of woodland, they are welcome to stay there, in complete freedom. Once they start coming...
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    Decades ago, before I had learned the hard...

    Decades ago, before I had learned the hard lessons of just how secure a chicken coop, and pen needed to be, I heard a commotion in the henhouse on my way out to the barn, one night. I opened the...
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    You're right. The horizontal pieces will shrink...

    You're right. The horizontal pieces will shrink more than their mates in the vertical 6x's. I would just bolt them, and then in 6, or 7 years, when the 6x's have dried out, partial lap joint them...
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    There is a glue that joins ABS to PVC. You can...

    There is a glue that joins ABS to PVC. You can even find it in Lowes, or HD. Sizes are the same.
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    Consider that glazing putty has No durability, by...

    Consider that glazing putty has No durability, by comparison.

    edited to add: When I first thought "glazing putty", I was thinking of glazing putty for windows. If you meant the auto body work...
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    Weathering on mine is from sweat, and wear on...

    Weathering on mine is from sweat, and wear on mouth from use. I bought it new, around 1975. We have beams in our house, that I built in 1980, that no other plane was used on. I would finish them...
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    We have so many foxes that we can't let ours out...

    We have so many foxes that we can't let ours out at all.
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    Refresh rate seems a little slow???

    Refresh rate seems a little slow???
  13. Any chainsaw is only as good as the sharpness of...

    Any chainsaw is only as good as the sharpness of the chain. Don't wait until it gets dull to sharpen it. Keep it sharp. It's much less work (using a gas saw as a reference)to hit each cutter two...
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    Glad to hear the good news!

    Glad to hear the good news!
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    Best of luck!!

    Best of luck!!
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    I think I'm probably too far away.

    I think I'm probably too far away.
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    Does it have the long vise? I have some...

    Does it have the long vise? I have some metalworking tools that you may be interested in.
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    That's a nice little bandsaw too. I use mine way...

    That's a nice little bandsaw too. I use mine way more than I thought I would when I bought it.
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    Just happened to have a camera beside my chair:...

    Just happened to have a camera beside my chair:
    http://starbornhavanese.com/images/DSCN7905.JPG
  20. I don't know the details about what you're...

    I don't know the details about what you're talking about, but I have been using Atoma replacement sheets on a granite surface plate, under running water, for several years now, and neither the 140,...
  21. Might be cheapest, and certainly easiest, to get...

    Might be cheapest, and certainly easiest, to get someone to find the leak, and either let them fix it, or fix it yourself.

    When posters give their location, we can more easily offer better...
  22. When I pull pipe, or wire (if there is not enough...

    When I pull pipe, or wire (if there is not enough room to loop the wire back), I use a Timber Hitch, and tape. For this long pull of pipe, I'd use 160 psi poly pipe, and put multiple surrounds of...
  23. Pipe is Many factors easier than pulling wire! ...

    Pipe is Many factors easier than pulling wire! There really is not a comparison.
  24. If the line has only had water in it, it...

    If the line has only had water in it, it shouldn't be that bad. I've done a lot of such pulling, but don't remember going over 400' through black poly. I always used a vacuum to pull mason's line,...
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    As much as I like digital multimeters, I keep an...

    As much as I like digital multimeters, I keep an analog one too. Betting on a loose connection in the jointer motor.
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