Search:

Type: Posts; User: Steve Rozmiarek; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.76 seconds.

  1. Replies
    37
    Views
    1,862

    Probably "Contains a chemical known to the State...

    Probably "Contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer".

    Cool little saw, now I want one...
  2. Replies
    45
    Views
    1,946

    I never have because a panel saw does one thing,...

    I never have because a panel saw does one thing, a slider saw does many. If your work is exclusively sheet goods, probably a good tool, but who's is?
  3. Replies
    10
    Views
    434

    Wonderful saw, I have a soft spot for PM66s. I...

    Wonderful saw, I have a soft spot for PM66s. I recently bought a big old Delta of similar condition and age with all the Biesmeyer goodies you could buy back then, at a closed bid school auction for...
  4. I've done that very thing. I was shocked by how...

    I've done that very thing. I was shocked by how hard it pulled. Worked fine, but it took a significant amount more pull than I initially planned for. Somebody already mentioned lube, don't skip it...
  5. Replies
    45
    Views
    1,215

    Very true! I think the tesla should be called a...

    Very true! I think the tesla should be called a crossover, not a truck.

    BTW, I saw the tug of war with the F150, would like to see that vs a "real pickup" like my beat up old duramax work...
  6. Replies
    21
    Views
    987

    I always thought the point of clamping was to...

    I always thought the point of clamping was to encourage a thinner glue line, which is stronger for titebond glues. Maybe I'm wrong, but it hasn't failed me, so maybe it's right.
  7. Replies
    45
    Views
    1,215

    Jim, that body shape isn't compatible with any...

    Jim, that body shape isn't compatible with any gooseneck or 5th wheel trailer. Side panels would interfere with turning. If they intend it to be a crossover, like the old Chevy Avalanche, then so...
  8. Replies
    45
    Views
    1,215

    I wonder how you'd do something useful with that...

    I wonder how you'd do something useful with that tesla, like pull a trailer....
    ...
  9. Replies
    13
    Views
    514

    Sometimes you can use the bad wire for a puller...

    Sometimes you can use the bad wire for a puller for a new wire. Tom's splice kit if not though.
  10. Replies
    8
    Views
    441

    Someday.... I'm jealous!

    Someday....

    I'm jealous!
  11. Replies
    6
    Views
    302

    Dewalt did something similar on a tool I've got,...

    Dewalt did something similar on a tool I've got, or well rather had. I had a new 18 volt sawzall when I decided to switch to the new 20 volt system, which is a completely different shape of battery....
  12. Replies
    10
    Views
    672

    The post title had me thinking of the other way...

    The post title had me thinking of the other way to use the "special customer" label... ;) Probably more of them than the good ones.
  13. Replies
    13
    Views
    451

    Maybe some of you agree, I think there is no...

    Maybe some of you agree, I think there is no substitute for seeing something inspirational in person. Scale is such a huge part of what makes a piece good, and that can be completely obscured by the...
  14. Replies
    23
    Views
    812

    Julie, I'm always good for a Makita LS plug when...

    Julie, I'm always good for a Makita LS plug when the opportunity comes up so...

    I currently have two, a 1013 and a 1018. The 1013 is nearing 20 years old, the 1018 is a couple. The 1013...
  15. Replies
    5
    Views
    449

    Same here John, life is good in the sticks. This...

    Same here John, life is good in the sticks. This is the demo from a house gut and remodel, took us a few weeks to make the pile, took them minutes to deal with it with their loader.

    419149
  16. Replies
    16
    Views
    584

    I agree in the GRK. They usually go missing...

    I agree in the GRK. They usually go missing fastest though as it's easy to see who has what driver across the jobsite and they get "borrowed".
  17. Replies
    16
    Views
    584

    Whatever you choose, don't be reluctant to toss...

    Whatever you choose, don't be reluctant to toss one when it starts to wear. A wore out driver bit isn't worth the headache.

    My $.02 from lots of heavy use of impact drivers, even within brands...
  18. Exactly right Jim. Water never gets "used up". It...

    Exactly right Jim. Water never gets "used up". It might move to a place inconvenient to where a human lives, but it didn't cease to exist.
  19. Replies
    27
    Views
    1,819

    I always thought Weatherby used Claro walnut for...

    I always thought Weatherby used Claro walnut for their higher end stocks. I remember reading it somewhere anyhow, and the ones I've been around gave no reason to doubt it.
  20. Replies
    1
    Views
    243

    Actually if someone has one of these and could...

    Actually if someone has one of these and could post a pic of the arbors and bottom of the head, I could figure it out. I think mine is the only one with 200 miles of me, so I just need something to...
  21. One of the "best" side effects of restricted flow...

    One of the "best" side effects of restricted flow is that it takes longer for the warm water to arrive at the sink. Still takes the same volume of water to get that warm water there so there is no...
  22. Replies
    1
    Views
    243

    Ritter R-19 Line Bore

    Anyone familiar with this machine? I have a question, mine has the head set up as a 7 spindle, only the right hand bits. There are no arbors for left hand in the head, but there are stub shafts...
  23. Don't rip full to finish width in one pass, if...

    Don't rip full to finish width in one pass, if you are making a 8" wide board into a 6" for example, do one rip at 7 and a finish one at 6.
  24. Replies
    6
    Views
    373

    ProPex (Pex A) expansion sure makes those tight...

    ProPex (Pex A) expansion sure makes those tight spaces easy. Might be worth looking into if you do much plumbing. I have the Milwaukee expander that comes with the 1/2", 3/4" and 1" tools, and it...
  25. Replies
    6
    Views
    671

    My $.02, I saw that saw and thought awesome I...

    My $.02, I saw that saw and thought awesome I need that! Then as I was looking for it online, the rational thought process started to kick in and I began to wonder if I'd ever actually use it. I...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4