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    Around here it's common on road construction...

    Around here it's common on road construction where large trees have to be removed for them to burn the trees. They have a blower that is like a very large squirrel cage blower that blows air into the...
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    I think I would save the money. If you pull the...

    I think I would save the money. If you pull the dipstick and the fluid looks good then you won't be gaining anything. I doubt that your driving style and the way you use the vehicle will have caused...
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    First front loader was a Whirlpool Duet set....

    First front loader was a Whirlpool Duet set. Washer locked the door at less than 2 weeks of age and we had a loaner washer for 2 months. The spider broke in it at around 8 years of age. Lifetime...
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    Around these parts the "scrappers" happily haul...

    Around these parts the "scrappers" happily haul away old appliances.
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    I made some similar to Jim's from some pine...

    I made some similar to Jim's from some pine scraps that work pretty well. Not as strong as oak but seem to be sufficiently strong. I can see where something 3/4" or even 1/2" would be problematic....
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    Which style and output did you go with Mike?...

    Which style and output did you go with Mike? Menards? I'm certain one won't ever say I wish my shop wasn't so bright.
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    One take away I got from the article was that I'm...

    One take away I got from the article was that I'm looking for at least 100 lumen per square foot. Which helps immensely. Now I'm weighing the advantages and disadvantages of high bay fixtures versus...
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    Shop Lighting Reference Material

    My shop will be fully lined and insulated in a few days and then the wiring phase can begin. Does anyone have any on line or otherwise places to find the recommendations for how many fixtures to plan...
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    Just a word of caution here. I was a member for a...

    Just a word of caution here. I was a member for a few years and in November I was reviewing my credit card statement and there was a $350 charge that I didn't know what it was. My "Platinum"...
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    If you run the "beam" blades there is no reason...

    If you run the "beam" blades there is no reason to do the winter/summer thing. They are by design pretty resistant to ice and snow build up. There is no exposed metal to have it freeze to. You might...
  11. Brian you are correct. Not everything that is...

    Brian you are correct. Not everything that is sold with the John Deere name on it is manufactured by John Deere. Many push mowers, and small mowers were produced by other companies for them. There is...
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    Really enjoyed meeting you and your wife today...

    Really enjoyed meeting you and your wife today Tom. Just goes to show what I already knew. Sawmill Creek has a lot of great members. Thanks for being patient so I could get there. The BBQ was quite...
  13. What area are you in? Check the craigslist and...

    What area are you in? Check the craigslist and marketplace ads for used. I picked up my CAMaster Stinger III X3 SR48 for less than half of new. I think it's almost 3 years old. Often there are some...
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    Thanks for the replies on this. I will use the...

    Thanks for the replies on this. I will use the chart and experiment. Find the feed rates that give the best results.
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    Cutter Choices

    What are your thoughts on what you prefer to use for roughing and finishing cutters or the same for both? I know two flute end mills have more chip clearance but will 4 flute give better first pass...
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    Where at in north Iowa roughly. I might be...

    Where at in north Iowa roughly. I might be interested. What table saw is it currently mounted on?
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    I hope it's already sitting in your shop. If it...

    I hope it's already sitting in your shop. If it runs it's a steal. Lot's of parts are available for the old Deltas and their clones. It doesn't have the factory base but that will suffice. There are...
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    Pictures might help here. It's hard to fathom...

    Pictures might help here. It's hard to fathom there not being a set screw. It's likely not going to be a taper lock pulley and it won't fit the shaft tight enough to be secure without a setscrew....
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    I just bought the Ryobi 40 volt back pack blower....

    I just bought the Ryobi 40 volt back pack blower. I've only used it once for maybe 5 minutes thus far. I stayed with Ryobi because I have their 40 volt push mower, string trimmer, and chain saw as...
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    I have two of them also. Both purchased used....

    I have two of them also. Both purchased used. Both 510 series. While I don't use the table saw function any longer I do use the band saw, drill press, disc sander, and lathe. I also have the stand...
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    So it's generally accepted that Rhino 3D is the...

    So it's generally accepted that Rhino 3D is the best choice for 3D work since that's all it's designed for? Then upload to Vectric to create tool paths?
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    The rotary snow plow is driven by a traction...

    The rotary snow plow is driven by a traction motor. There is a dedicated locomotive for supplying the power generation for the rotary. An additional locomotive or two are used to push the rotary into...
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    What everyone has said. Bearings are almost...

    What everyone has said. Bearings are almost certainly the source of the vibration. In fact if it's causing a rough saw cut I am guessing if yo grab the arbor you will be able to move it radially. You...
  24. Actually for that size building a poured footing...

    Actually for that size building a poured footing would be the way to go that's not dependent upon the slab to support the building. Even if you don't get much snow it is just the best way to go on...
  25. That's going to be a big building. I would...

    That's going to be a big building. I would suggest going 6" because you won't regret going heavier. Also if you set it up for heat in the floor and insulate underneath even if you don't heat it...
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