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    I bought a Saftety Speed Cut H5 in 1989 for a...

    I bought a Saftety Speed Cut H5 in 1989 for a side job I was doing to survive after a divorce. Hauled it from the store there on a trailer behind a motorcycle. Paid for before that job building...
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    dry fit 3 phase is easy 1 phase the start...

    dry fit
    3 phase is easy
    1 phase the start equipment I am still struggling with getting back together without damage and working good
    bearing supply house or ebay or Amazon, small bearings are...
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    very nice work

    very nice work
  4. have a 5hp ICS bought fall of 2014 Only time...

    have a 5hp ICS bought fall of 2014
    Only time this saw slows down I am doing something majorly wrong and need to hang on.
    This saw is in the basement so not subject to temperature swings
    Only guess...
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    https://www.zoro.com/search?q=45%20Degrees%20Elbow...

    https://www.zoro.com/search?q=45%20Degrees%20Elbow%20Wye
    not cheap this way, would be a smoother flow
    here is a 14" for $1019.99...
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    All I got to say is if I filled in a knot like...

    All I got to say is if I filled in a knot like that in something I made for the wife, I would be sleeping in the shop trying to keep her from selling all my tools.
    THERE will be at least one,...
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    yes right now you have the DC choked down to one...

    yes right now you have the DC choked down to one 4' inlet, you need the equivalent of the 8" to let that DC operate as designed.
    4" = 3.1416x4(r2) 12.5664 sq in
    6" = 3.1416x9(r2)28.2744 sq in
    8" =...
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    yes right now you have the DC choked down to one...

    yes right now you have the DC choked down to one 4' inlet, you need the equivalent of the 8" to let that DC operate as designed.
    4" = 3.1416x4(r2) 12.5664 sq in
    6" = 3.1416x9(r2)28.2744 sq in
    8" =...
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    I will take the 8" set pm sent

    I will take the 8" set
    pm sent
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    As long as you get a good seal it will work just...

    As long as you get a good seal it will work just fine.
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    Don't know the answer. Just want to say GOOD...

    Don't know the answer.
    Just want to say GOOD LUCK
    Looking good so far, enjoy yourself as you go and keep posting pictures
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    If you increase the pulley size on the motor,...

    If you increase the pulley size on the motor, then you probably will need to change motor size. Depends on how large of an increase in pulley size and how much if any reserve there is in the existing...
  13. Highly recommend you have the building pad put in...

    Highly recommend you have the building pad put in ASAP.
    The longer the pad has to settle the less cracking of the concrete floor.
    Strip the top soil, then build the pad up above the surrounding...
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    Is the circuit breaker rated HVACR? Highly...

    Is the circuit breaker rated HVACR?
    Highly doubt that it is as you stated it is a tandem breaker
    HVACR breakers are rated for high starting loads such as the air compressor, air conditioning...
  15. I have changed bearings in 3 phase motors at work...

    I have changed bearings in 3 phase motors at work a lot.
    Easy peasy 1 phase however always gives me fits
    Got 5 pumps on the bench all single phase getting ready to try again
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    Not to be a smart horses butt, did you press the...

    Not to be a smart horses butt, did you press the reset button to reset the overloads?
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    HAVE HAD 3 BATCHES OF KLINGSPOR BELTS BREAK ON...

    HAVE HAD 3 BATCHES OF KLINGSPOR BELTS BREAK ON ME. 3x24,ALL AT OR OVER 1 YEAR OLD
    ALL were bought from Klingspor, direct out of the catalog, as box of belts, 36 belts, 6 of each grit.
    Only time...
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    For handling plywood and other sheet goods I much...

    For handling plywood and other sheet goods I much prefer a panel saw. Have a Safety Speed Cut H5 in the garage ALL sheet goods hit that first, always 90 degree cuts and rips are parallel, held down...
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    Have been buying my wide belt sander belts there,...

    Have been buying my wide belt sander belts there, very happy with the quality, speed of delivery and ease of dealing. Highly recommend 2sand.com
  20. Only been in this house 20+ years with water...

    Only been in this house 20+ years with water pressure higher than 90. Bought it new project build, nothing special
    GUESS that mean every faucet and pipe in the house will blow up anyday, based on...
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    use a hand plane on it for a coarser look use a...

    use a hand plane on it
    for a coarser look use a foot adze
    NO WAY would I use an angle grinder on it
    Good Luck with it however you do it
  22. Go look it over and then make your decision. You...

    Go look it over and then make your decision. You say you are a mechanic and can work on it. See if it is in your abilities to repair an maintain it.
    Gas engine is a plus. You won't use it enough for...
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    back when I bought a contractors sw in 1986 I...

    back when I bought a contractors sw in 1986 I also bought a set of machined pulleys and a link belt, sure smoothed that saw out.
    Probably still available from someone if you do some searching.
    one...
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    look on ebay just ordered 12 pair of white work...

    look on ebay just ordered 12 pair of white work socks (knee high) size 13-15 ...
  25. Thread: Pipe Clamps

    by Ron Selzer
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    I started out a lot of years ago with pipe clamps...

    I started out a lot of years ago with pipe clamps and made good furniture with them. Since progressed to parallel clamps and then to Universal Aluminum Bar Clamps.
    have 24",36", 48", 60" and 72"...
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