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    re: wrap- I've seen it applied many times but...

    re: wrap- I've seen it applied many times but never seen anyone take it off. Nightmare to remove some that was on the side of a box truck I have...Love to know if there is some trick to it.
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    if you can get to a smooth surface do a wrap: ...

    if you can get to a smooth surface do a wrap:

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  3. I took one of those gear and lever diagram tests...

    I took one of those gear and lever diagram tests in elementary school early 70's Scored high enough I guess that I remember getting called in to a conference where I was accused of cheating, off who...
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    Kaesers are great if you are the annual factory...

    Kaesers are great if you are the annual factory service subscription type and won't be doing the service or repairs yourself; Atlas Copco gx-ff if not. For piston quincy qr325 would be my first...
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    Kaesers are great if you are the annual factory...

    Kaesers are great if you are the annual factory service subscription type and won't be doing the service or repairs yourself. Atlas Copco gx-ff if not. For piston quincy qr325 would be my first...
  6. My ram 3500 might be able to handle 4500+ lb pin...

    My ram 3500 might be able to handle 4500+ lb pin weight on the gooseneck hitch, but the bed sure would get smushed by a mill like that unless maybe there was 2 sheets of plywood in there. Of course...
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    Will this track saw crosscut oak veneer plywood...

    Will this track saw crosscut oak veneer plywood without splintering the edge grain? the Home Depot stuff? (VERY thin veneer that splinters almost by just looking at it) Historically for that I've...
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    I don't have the parts breakdown for this...

    I don't have the parts breakdown for this particular pump; I was only given the subassembly drawings when inquiring with IR about the valve plate. There must be the crank setup you describe- looks...
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    The pressure switch does NOT have an unloader on...

    The pressure switch does NOT have an unloader on it (type that has a schrader valve pusher that dumps the pressure between the pump and tank when the motor cuts off) Whatever unloading that this...
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    I took the head off. First, the reason its...

    I took the head off. First, the reason its pumping so slowly is that the discharge finger (reed valve) seats in the low pressure valve plate were all badly corroded and thus not able to seal. The...
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    I was going to try to apply air to that port with...

    I was going to try to apply air to that port with a blowgun nozzle while running and see what happens, but I think I'll take the head off the verify how that system works before I screw something up....
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    For the record, here's another better photo from...

    For the record, here's another better photo from the web of a slightly different auxiliary valve:
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    You read my mind about the sintered metal filter....

    You read my mind about the sintered metal filter. So if pressure is NOT applied to that fitting the compressor should build pressure, right? That would be a good thing as if that is the way its...
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    No air comes out of there, running or not. ...

    No air comes out of there, running or not. Looking at various diagrams on the web it looks like that would be attached to what I think they call an auxiliary valve that can switch the unit between...
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    Ingersoll Rand 2545 (t30) low output cfm

    early 2000's T30 compressor that came with a bunch of stuff I bought is not performing. It takes way too long to get up to it's 170 psi cutoff and can't keep up with even minor demand. This one has...
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    Fedex leaving deliveries on the STREET now?

    Just got a Fedex package (at my rural address along a county road) and rather than driving down my driveway to put it on the doorstep or in front of the garage, left it under my streetside mailbox. ...
  17. seems like pressure casting then laser etch or...

    seems like pressure casting then laser etch or engraving, or if machining then one of those citizen swiss machines would be the ticket.
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    I second the Newall recommendation... very...

    I second the Newall recommendation... very durable, fairly immune to contamination, or at least easy to clean, you may be able to get away with supporting shorter scales at only one end, compatible...
  19. At one time when short on space I thought...

    At one time when short on space I thought seriously about putting vee groove rollers and some suitable weldments on the bottom of my pallet racking to accomplish the same thing. If I had thought to...
  20. The 29" .225's are on the way, in the meantime...

    The 29" .225's are on the way, in the meantime while waiting I cut the old stub off the broken one with a zip wheel, screwed the remaining spring on the cone, tensioned it and it is working fine. I...
  21. do not use silicone for auto glass. The acid...

    do not use silicone for auto glass. The acid will rust the window frame
  22. Oooh, thanks for that formula. Looks like they...

    Oooh, thanks for that formula. Looks like they have .225x2x29" springs also, only $10 more, which should be an even closer match at +7% over the original .218x2x25's if my math is correct. (is it?)...
  23. OT: torsion spring strength equivalence: wire diameter vs length

    Just broke a garage torsion spring (one of 2). Existing springs are .218 x 2" ID x 25", which is out of stock around here. I can get .225 x 2 x 27; is the additional 2" of coil length enough to...
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    I roughed up the area, completely filled that...

    I roughed up the area, completely filled that cavity with the jackscrew in there, put it all back together and its working fine.
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    It's a drill gear reduction

    It's a drill gear reduction
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