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    If voltage was an issue why would it start just...

    If voltage was an issue why would it start just fine after a light tap on the starter? The positive on the starter goes direct to the battery with less than a foot of cable.[/QUOTE]

    I don’t know...
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    I have two Kubotas that acted like that. The...

    I have two Kubotas that acted like that. The service tech put a relay between the battery and the starter solinoid
    To provide full power. Solved the problem.
  3. Of long ago using a slider I broke down 23 sheets...

    Of long ago using a slider I broke down 23 sheets of ply in about an hour and a half. It was for a wall of lockers with drawers below. Did not include the drawers. I’m 73.
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    Thanks John. I passed on trying to make the...

    Thanks John. I passed on trying to make the thresholds but got a lot of other stuff done. Taught Suzanne how to use a mitre saw and nail gun and she ran two rooms of base and shoe mold while I did a...
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    Thanks for the assist offer Malcom. Don’t think I...

    Thanks for the assist offer Malcom. Don’t think I can make it work though.
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    Looking for some help in Amarillo

    Iím in Amarillo for the weekend working on my stepdaughterís house. i need to make two thresholds from red oak. Anyone with a planer or bandsaw willing to help? Thanks
  7. If you use a really long grade pole make sure...

    If you use a really long grade pole make sure it’s vertical. If it is tilted either away or towards the laser it can throw you off by inches.
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    If it’s kemvar it’s gonna be tough. Typically for...

    If it’s kemvar it’s gonna be tough. Typically for blush you can mist spray the solvent for the finish and it will soften it slightly and let the moisture out. Possibly lacquer thinner or acetone.
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    When I have a stuck bit I use the edge of the...

    When I have a stuck bit I use the edge of the collett wrench and tap the shank of the bit. Make sure your collett is actually loose. Many loosen then turn easily a little then get tight again so you...
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    I get mine from Woodfinisher’sdepot.com. Also get...

    I get mine from Woodfinisher’sdepot.com. Also get the conversion varnish there that I use.
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    To see pictures you must become a contributor...

    To see pictures you must become a contributor which is only six bucks a year. There is a donate button near the top of the page. There are a couple more percs too.
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    Where are you located? Someone may be close...

    Where are you located? Someone may be close enough to give you a hand. I know I enjoy doing that.
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    When I install threaded inserts I scrape them...

    When I install threaded inserts I scrape them across a piece of beeswax. They go in much easier.
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    If you do this I’d run a hose from the Compressor...

    If you do this I’d run a hose from the Compressor drain with a valve on the end so you can drain the moisture from the tank.
  15. If you are going to run more wires below the...

    If you are going to run more wires below the floor I’d open one of the knockouts on the bottom of the box and drop either a 3/4 or 1” piece of conduit below the floor.
  16. Looks good.

    Looks good.
  17. To maintain a slick surface Iíve been using...

    To maintain a slick surface Iíve been using Johnsonís paste wax for over40 years. Think Iím on my third can. I just wipe on buff off by hand. I donít wait for it to haze over. Never had a problem...
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    Very nice. I did that to a walnut pair not too...

    Very nice. I did that to a walnut pair not too long ago
  19. Glad you jumped in and did it yourself. Congrats

    Glad you jumped in and did it yourself. Congrats
  20. If you can rewire the house you could set the...

    If you can rewire the house you could set the panel, meter base and mast if that is allowed in your area. I did that here and the power company ran from the pole to the mast head. I got all the info...
  21. Mdf or ply panel there is no expansion concern so...

    Mdf or ply panel there is no expansion concern so don’t bother with spaceballs. You can glue the panel or not.
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    Sticky: I agree Erik. If you’re ever in the area stop by....

    I agree Erik. If you’re ever in the area stop by. My door is always open to “creekers”
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    Glad to see you’re on your way. Interesting,fun,...

    Glad to see you’re on your way. Interesting,fun, and stressful times ahead.
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    I purchased the wood from Horizon Wood in PA. and...

    I purchased the wood from Horizon Wood in PA. and had it shipped to me. The two slabs were natural edge on both edges so I had to rip them for the center match and left the outside natural. The black...
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    Thanks Mel. I’ve been a fan of watco on walnut...

    Thanks Mel. I’ve been a fan of watco on walnut for years
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