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    Wayne, each lvl manufacturer will have a...

    Wayne, each lvl manufacturer will have a published nailing schedule for parallel members. I would run several beads of construction adhesive between prior to nailing.
    Cheers
    Sean
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    Bill if youíd like, you could swap the double...

    Bill if youíd like, you could swap the double pole 20amp breaker for a gfci version and that would give you gfci protection on all your downstream 120v plugs without having to install a gfci socket...
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    Reggie-I do have a drop ceiling and love it. It...

    Reggie-I do have a drop ceiling and love it. It the overall height after install is 9’4”. The ceiling took about 5” to clear obstacles and troffer light installation. As has already been stated, ...
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    Bill it can do limited cooling. It is very...

    Bill it can do limited cooling. It is very climate dependent. I use it to heat and cool my home and shop. Summers can be mid 80ís with 20+hours of sun. But fortunately when it is hot, it is also...
  5. Pat if this is a traditional log wall, then the...

    Pat if this is a traditional log wall, then the 2x frame would be shorter than the opening to allow for movement of the logs with humidity changes without causing the windows to bind.
    Cheers
    Sean
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    Jack - thanks the mental image is priceless :) ...

    Jack - thanks the mental image is priceless :) Just too bad it wasnít caught on camera.
    Havenít great weekend
    cheers
    Sean
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    Derek, I use 42 gal contractor bags in my 30 gal...

    Derek, I use 42 gal contractor bags in my 30 gal bin on my clearvue. To ensure that the little bit that leaks by the folds along the top of the bin doesnít allow the bag to enter the cone, I have a...
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    Scott-I have never done this either, but would be...

    Scott-I have never done this either, but would be very interested to see pictures as you go through the repair. The pictures may help during reassembly as well.
    Good luck and keep us posted...
  9. Doug, Neil has it right. Treat it just like...

    Doug, Neil has it right. Treat it just like plumbing under the slab. My system is mostly under slab. I didnít have all my equipment, nor a good layout when the concrete was going in. Instead I...
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    Jim it’s been 5-10 years, but I changed the...

    Jim it’s been 5-10 years, but I changed the rollers on my Belsaw planer. It wasn’t difficult. I just took some pics as I was taking it apart to use as a guide for re-assembling. I purchased the...
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    Mark, the heat loss in the winter and gained in...

    Mark, the heat loss in the winter and gained in the summer on your uninsulated cyclone and ductwork will be roughly the equivalent to a single pane window that is twice the exposed surface area of...
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    Terry, have you considered the woodmaster? I...

    Terry, have you considered the woodmaster? I have the 38 double drum and love it. I run two different grits, and the drums are capable of independent movement to use just one of the grits at a...
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    Iíve had my dial indicator so long that I have...

    Iíve had my dial indicator so long that I have forgot where I purchased it. I have however, seen them in harbor freight before. An indicator, magnetic base, and some 1-2-3 setup blocks and you...
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    Jared, I think I would clean it somewhat, put...

    Jared, I think I would clean it somewhat, put down some tape around, then coat that with grease. The thought being that the abrasive would get stuck in the grease on top of the tape. Then just pull...
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    Jaromir-they do have them available starting just...

    Jaromir-they do have them available starting just north of $200 on Amazon. I have not used one, but was looking into it for my woodworking neighbor who just purchased a 5hp 3phase shaper for his yet...
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    I may be in the minority, but I donít clean my...

    I may be in the minority, but I donít clean my filters on my clearvue 1800 until Iím up to 3.5-4.0 inches.
    Cheers
    Sean
  17. Ed-I started with a 55 gallon drum. I changed to...

    Ed-I started with a 55 gallon drum. I changed to a 30 gal because the 55 gal bags were expensive and darn heavy if they were full of sanding dust. The 30 gal drum fits the cheaper 42 gallon...
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    My wife is sure a beautiful spoiling sweetheart!...

    My wife is sure a beautiful spoiling sweetheart! 399510
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    I just bought the assortment quite a while ago. ...

    I just bought the assortment quite a while ago. Now I just replenish what I used to keep the container stocked.
    Cheers
    Sean
  20. Like Ray, my shop is prone to power outages. It...

    Like Ray, my shop is prone to power outages. It is also quite commonly very dark outside (winter in alaska) so I have a couple of emergency lights installed. This way I can still see while the...
  21. David, build a clean out box at the bottom of the...

    David, build a clean out box at the bottom of the filter stack with an access hole. Put a vacuum cleaner in the access hole, and used compressed air to clean them. The vacuum should keep up with the...
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    Bill - perhaps sometime Iíll learn how to take...

    Bill - perhaps sometime Iíll learn how to take and post photos :)
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    398702Bruce, if you follow Roberts good idea...

    398702Bruce, if you follow Roberts good idea about splitting the plugs, be sure to bring another identifiable neutral wire as well. Or if doing a multiwire branch, be sure to glance at 210.4 in the...
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    John, here is the Dwyer Magnehelic that I am...

    John, here is the Dwyer Magnehelic that I am using. The lower scale is inches of water. I found this on eBay and scored big-it was less than $30.00.
    Cheers
    Sean

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    John, yes I have done the exact same thing. ...

    John, yes I have done the exact same thing. Kinda sad to see the cyclone plumb full of dust. I too cleaned the filters with compressed air. Do not worry if you are still getting a little dust. ...
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