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    Blue tape is your friend. Label parts, and save a...

    Blue tape is your friend. Label parts, and save a lot of misery. DAMHIK!
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    Our #3 grandson spent the better part of a summer...

    Our #3 grandson spent the better part of a summer helping me build a handicap ramp for church next door. He used up a bunch of nails in a pneumatic nailer, fastening it together. Come fall, he takes...
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    Once the Cottonwood storm finished, I suggest...

    Once the Cottonwood storm finished, I suggest getting some coil cleaner and clean the coils. Lots of You Tubes showing how to do this
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    Last winter went thru this same set up. Verizon...

    Last winter went thru this same set up. Verizon wanted over $100 for a flip phone. Went to Target, and bought a Tracphone for $20. and a 30 day air time card for $20. Unlimited talk and 5 GB of data,...
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    A swarm in May is worth a load of hay, a swarm in...

    A swarm in May is worth a load of hay, a swarm in June is worth a silver spoon, while a swarm in July isn't worth a fly.
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    I would use a plunge router and a template guide...

    I would use a plunge router and a template guide bushing, along with a circle template (correct sized hole bored in a piece of plywood, fastened to end grain.)
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    Almost every concrete forming supplier handles...

    Almost every concrete forming supplier handles phenolic plywood. Won't be in pretty color, just brown. Fresh concrete doesn't care about what color the forms are.
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    For fun, look up "Scamming the Scammer" on You...

    For fun, look up "Scamming the Scammer" on You tube. Very entertaining to watch as he deletes scammers files. After discovering his files were deleted, one scammer said to him "You're not a very nice...
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    Tom, I own a pair of those Sears electric chain...

    Tom, I own a pair of those Sears electric chain saws. Switched out the "self sharpening" chain years ago. Last week had to replace the cord on one as it had broken right where it enters the handle....
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    That's why all my vehicles have both a torque...

    That's why all my vehicles have both a torque wrench and a HF 25 1/2" breaker bar with correctly sized socket for lug nuts. It's amazing how easy lug nuts break loose when using the 25 1/2" breaker...
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    Same goes for bed bugs. Most are no longer...

    Same goes for bed bugs. Most are no longer affected by the over the counter treatments. One thing that still kills cockroaches is Boric acid.
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    If starter works when you "tap it", sounds like a...

    If starter works when you "tap it", sounds like a stuck brush set to me. Just my two cents worth and worth exactly what you paid for it.
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    If you have to replace starter, I recommend buying from DB Electric. Quick shipping, good pricing and never have I gotten a bad one. If your engine is a B&S, maybe the plastic drive gear is toast. I...
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    Isn't 17/16 the same as 1 1/16"? It was when I...

    Isn't 17/16 the same as 1 1/16"? It was when I went to school 60 years ago.. Changing anodes is easier done with tank full of water, and pressure relieved. I use my HF 25" breaker bar, or my Huskey...
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    Goggling came up with at least one other supplier...

    Goggling came up with at least one other supplier - Edge Co. 250' rolls in several choices of finish
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    Why not? They use anchor chains to cut ships...

    Why not? They use anchor chains to cut ships into. Staged photo for sure!
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    Under the slab runs can't have any joints beneath...

    Under the slab runs can't have any joints beneath the slab.
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    If you have a water meter, with everything turned...

    If you have a water meter, with everything turned off, read the meter. Wait one hour and read it again. Reading should be the same. If it isn't, turn off supply line to water heater and repeat the...
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    My old PC 100's use an old style, non self...

    My old PC 100's use an old style, non self ejecting collet. To get bit out, I loosen the nut a couple turns, with collet supported on the bench, hit the nut with wrench a couple times.
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    In our neck of the woods, $75K wouldn't even buy...

    In our neck of the woods, $75K wouldn't even buy you a acre lot. House next door (on 3 acres) just sold for $555K, AS IS! Previous owner paid $185K for it in 2002. Your parcel has what is called a...
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    Won the TOP TIP prize in Wood Magazine several...

    Won the TOP TIP prize in Wood Magazine several years back with my DC port for 14" band saws. No cutting required.
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    Bought a couple fobs for our Chrysler Town and...

    Bought a couple fobs for our Chrysler Town and Country off Ebay (used) for less than fifteen bucks each. Following you tube direction, programed them myself.
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    Friday, the 29th is a big day for me. This year,...

    Friday, the 29th is a big day for me. This year, finished cardiac rehab (24 sessions,) nine years ago (2013) came home from rehab for bi-lateral knee replacement, and in 1978, also on the 29th, wife...
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    I'm old enough to remember when car radios had...

    I'm old enough to remember when car radios had "viberators" in them to produce the high voltage need for the tubes to work.
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    With EMT, do you need to run a separate ground...

    With EMT, do you need to run a separate ground wire? If not, saves a lot of money on copper. I prefer the compression fittings instead of the single screw point ones. Have both types in my shop...
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