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  1. you might need to free up some inbox space :)

    you might need to free up some inbox space :)
  2. Wow, that's stout! Why'd you make the outrigger...

    Wow, that's stout! Why'd you make the outrigger so long? To space out the read outs?
  3. Freebies, just pay shipping: weird things that...

    Freebies, just pay shipping:

    weird things that do I know not
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    couple of T-nuts that I think are for a power chuck (I can measure them if you want)
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    and a couple of...
  4. Some bits'n'pieces, some freebies and a bunch of KM50 and other tooling on eBay

    hi all,

    got some bits'n'pieces I need to clear out of my garage:

    Natty fixture and screw together shoulder support (I think that's what they're called) set up. The two plates have a large...
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    looks like a fabulous space to work in. Looking...

    looks like a fabulous space to work in. Looking forward to more pics of your shop as you set it up and the projects you work on.
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    If you have enough, I'd like 2x K4, 3x K3 and 3x...

    If you have enough, I'd like 2x K4, 3x K3 and 3x K7 please :)
  7. Possible face milling extension for a horizontal boring mill, maybe

    Not a very descriptive title, but I don't have a clue what this fits or even what it's for. Hopefully the pictures and dimensions will help:
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    base is 250mm(9.93") by...
  8. I've seen a couple go at auction in Texas, one...

    I've seen a couple go at auction in Texas, one was a bit rough and went for I think $12k+ before premiums, another looked to be in better condition and I think went for $15k+ before premiums. Didn't...
  9. no worries and no apologies needed. You're not...

    no worries and no apologies needed. You're not off base in the "what is this so I can sell it front" assessment, as that's pretty much what I'm doing. I try to avoid that kind of stuff as I can see...
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    fucking hell. You know that there are easier ways...

    fucking hell. You know that there are easier ways to shoot squirrels, right?

    cool to read up on though, never knew they existed. Funny to find that it's a weapon in Battlefield V too :)

    It'd be...
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    second the evaporust, it's pretty magical. Then a...

    second the evaporust, it's pretty magical. Then a wire wheel if you need to knock off the grey coating that evaporust gives you. Don't forget to oil straight after though, or it'll flash rust.
  12. biggest one I've ever seen! Impressed my...

    biggest one I've ever seen! Impressed my daughters too, they wanted to use them for weight lifting :)
  13. good point. It's a bit unwieldy so I was lazy :)...

    good point. It's a bit unwieldy so I was lazy :) These help? The key is 3/4" wide
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    I also found out why I was so wiped out after the pickup, just this alone is 90lb :D



    thanks...
  14. Thanks, I appreciate the pointer. That'll help a...

    Thanks, I appreciate the pointer. That'll help a bunch when I list it.
  15. I didn't realize that the twin head cutter was a...

    I didn't realize that the twin head cutter was a special, thanks for that.

    What's the big thing with the key and four bolts at the bottom (2nd post)? I have no idea what that is or what type of...
  16. second is even more of a mystery, maybe for a...

    second is even more of a mystery, maybe for a horizontal boring machine?
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    see one of the twin head cutters in the background for scale :eek:

    thanks!
  17. help needed ID'ing a large kennametal twin head tool and an even larger ?? tool

    hi all,

    my issues with scale bit me on the ass again at a couple of online auctions. I really wish they'd put a can of coke in the pictures :)

    anyway, ended up with a bunch of way bigger stuff...
  18. turn slow and feed hard is my motto when parting....

    turn slow and feed hard is my motto when parting. Oh, and use a thin a blade as possible for the cut (more stickout = thicker blade). You want to make sure that you're making nice curls popping out...
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    I could do with a few so I don't have to share...

    I could do with a few so I don't have to share keys between chucks. I'll check what sizes I need when I get home.

    edit - couple of K3 and a K4 would be great, though I'd happily buy some other...
  20. I'd go with SS over alu. Not just for the wear...

    I'd go with SS over alu. Not just for the wear resistance but also to reduce heat transfer. Different context, but mtb disk caliper pistons are commonly made out of alu which causes alot of problems...
  21. I have a heavy 9 - if you ever need any part...

    I have a heavy 9 - if you ever need any part dimensions let me know.
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    I've used both steel and CI and couldn't tell any...

    I've used both steel and CI and couldn't tell any difference in use. I always thought CI was a little better to use as it's less likely to gall and get stuck on a threaded spindle.
  23. took a little digging, but here you go...

    took a little digging, but here you go
    nutrigrainkiller
  24. easiest way to remove the oiler is to screw in a...

    easiest way to remove the oiler is to screw in a wood screw and lever it out with a pair of pliers. As for the dings in the body, a couple of rounds of high build primer and sanding will cover those...
  25. good to know, didn't know that and for some...

    good to know, didn't know that and for some reason I was only thinking of 4 stroke engines, not 2 strokes. Makes sense particularly if a 2 stroke is in a higher state of tune (I don't know much about...
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