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    I done much the same thing for an International...

    I done much the same thing for an International pickup, I used steel and a shrunk the drums on the liner I made. I bought material just a little longer than needed and used a lathe to finish ID and...
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    The spindle has to be running for the feeds to...

    The spindle has to be running for the feeds to work.
  3. Thread: Long Reach work

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    Do you have blue prints for that or do you have...

    Do you have blue prints for that or do you have to reverse engineer it?
  4. Thread: Reamers & Gauges

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    I would like the 22LR finish reamer.

    I would like the 22LR finish reamer.
  5. If you have the sump filled with coolant you can...

    If you have the sump filled with coolant you can elect to machine dry or with coolant buy engaging the two gears you show. Once you have the pump engaged it will pump when ever you turn on the...
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    Way to many variables to give a set answer. Just...

    Way to many variables to give a set answer. Just the temperature of the rail, reaction time of the operator, reaction time of the air system, last the weight of the train plus many more.
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    that's a poor design for a vise. I would try to...

    that's a poor design for a vise. I would try to put in a couple of reinforcing pins first, then grind out the cracks and silver braze it.
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    Dam I do work for the oil field around here I'll...

    Dam I do work for the oil field around here I'll have to tell the guys about this.
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    You need a rose bud tip on the torch so you get...

    You need a rose bud tip on the torch so you get the pulley hot fast with out heating the motor shaft, then you need some one on the puller with an air wrench to zip it off quick. The method you out...
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    UncleFrank he was still laughing when I left, he...

    UncleFrank he was still laughing when I left, he said no charge.
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    When I get checked I always ask the doc to use...

    When I get checked I always ask the doc to use two fingers so I have a second opinion
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    Sent PM with shipping details Thanks Ron

    Sent PM with shipping details Thanks Ron
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    It looks like your design is good, you have your...

    It looks like your design is good, you have your support rollers figured out. Most tail rolls that I've repaired had a spherical roller bearing your bushing for the load your talking about should...
  14. Dam at that price I might be interested just for...

    Dam at that price I might be interested just for the ability to change out drill bit faster. Could you get a weight on them or check to see what it would cost to send them flat rate to 59482. That's...
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    What cincinnati horizontal do they have and would...

    What cincinnati horizontal do they have and would it have a vertical head attachment with it?
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    I think it must be from England I'm sure it came...

    I think it must be from England I'm sure it came over on the Mayflower.
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    I think the weight will be more like 2500 lbs.

    I think the weight will be more like 2500 lbs.
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    What I tried to say is if I couldn't find 3 7/16...

    What I tried to say is if I couldn't find 3 7/16 I could take a piece of 3 1/2 plain hot rolled and turn it down .Thanks tnmgcarbide for the link to a supplier, AARONT I never even thought of...
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    Wtb 3 7/16 tgp 1045

    I need 12 inches of this material , it can be 1144 or 4140 also. All the online suppliers seem to stop at 3 inch diameter, I could live with 3 1/2 and turn it down also. Thought one of you may have a...
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    I'm in Montana in the country, there are no...

    I'm in Montana in the country, there are no permits needed.
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    We already have the roof ready with snow and ice...

    We already have the roof ready with snow and ice guard around the eves, I'm putting metal on. I've used it before so know how it goes, but this is a hip roof house with 4000 sq ft, not a two day...
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    What really bothers me is I'm a little old to be...

    What really bothers me is I'm a little old to be roofing in the middle of winter. I had cancer treatment some years ago and don't take to the cold very well.

    I've decided if you call a contractor...
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    OT Worth Less Contractors

    I guess I need to vent. I hired a contractor to put a new roof on the house, I knew I was in trouble when his crew couldn't even remove the down spouts from the gutters. I finally fired him when he...
  24. Thread: Test

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    I had hat happen on a Toyota 4-Runner, absolutely...

    I had hat happen on a Toyota 4-Runner, absolutely filled with dog food.
  25. Thread: Dead Man Offset

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    That's the way they were up here, driven by a...

    That's the way they were up here, driven by a Superior engine, with a bunch of rods off one power unit. The cement pads are still around because they are so deep you can't dig them up and bury them.
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