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  1. Keep in mind what goes in has to (someday) come...

    Keep in mind what goes in has to (someday) come out, and it might be your wife or son in law in charge doing the job... I would add a new header and a taller door...Phil
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    Keep in mind you have to go where the work...

    Keep in mind you have to go where the work is....Phil
  3. You will need to start and keep the hole going...

    You will need to start and keep the hole going straight, I use a end mill for the first 1/2 inch or so to make a good straight hole, then short bits until I have to use the long one.Drill the hole...
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    Montana has no tax on the machine tools under...

    Montana has no tax on the machine tools under 100k, but taxes on land and building are a joke, my shop... 6000sqr ft w/crane went form $2800 4 years ago to $12000 now....Have to quit... no way to pay...
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    When the powers to be buy votes by stealing from...

    When the powers to be buy votes by stealing from those that have and give it to those that don't this will never stop...be careful how you vote.....Montana is better than most..but no work here...Phil
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    I know the dewalt 10 ras very well, a light duty...

    I know the dewalt 10 ras very well, a light duty machine, (I have one ) I can not think of a more dangers opp than tring to run a dado head on it (ripping might be a tie ). Your hand will be holding...
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    Count your fingers,ah hands first, to see if you...

    Count your fingers,ah hands first, to see if you lose any...Phil
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    Best to have a flood feed to the pump.if you...

    Best to have a flood feed to the pump.if you starve the vane pump it will be history very quickly...Phil
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    The author was a agricultural major not a EE, he...

    The author was a agricultural major not a EE, he did a dam fine job...Phil
  10. Here you go what?? No front bearing, no...

    Here you go what?? No front bearing, no Amortisseur winding, 80% eff...Phil
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    Good idea that just don't work all that well,...

    Good idea that just don't work all that well, First the mig gets all spited up, gas flow fails and little holes end up in the build up. Wire sticks in tips, tips get hot and jams up, and many other...
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    That probably the best article I have read on a...

    That probably the best article I have read on a rpc...Phil
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    All based on the rpm and arm current...Phil

    All based on the rpm and arm current...Phil
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    Go to ebay...Phil

    Go to ebay...Phil
  15. Interpoles are the little heavy wound ones...

    Interpoles are the little heavy wound ones between the field poles, there job is to stop the brushes from sparking.....A Westinghouse idea...Phil
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    It has been the norm for motor shops to clean...

    It has been the norm for motor shops to clean winding's first with LOW pressure air and then to steam clean the winding with low pressure water/steam jet from a steam cleaner with NO soap just water...
  17. The NEC requires all the ground rods be tied...

    The NEC requires all the ground rods be tied together. The easy thing to do is ground/bond everything to the service panel and then out to the ground rod(s). The only point the nut. and the ground...
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    No low speed on the lathe and a really high speed...

    No low speed on the lathe and a really high speed unless you add new pulleys...Phil
  19. It don't matter re-bearing it and use it, if the...

    It don't matter re-bearing it and use it, if the rotor bars are open you will know and the motor will not pack hp or smoke may leak out, there is no fix anyway, just a new motor...phil
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    Looks like a jet pump motor, Might not be the...

    Looks like a jet pump motor, Might not be the best motor to use, my guess is it is 3450 rpm if so find something else...Phil
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    I have a lot of steam stuff, but I have not seen...

    I have a lot of steam stuff, but I have not seen a oilier like that before. Does your engine just have one or is there many?...Phil
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    It has been the norm for 100 years that machine...

    It has been the norm for 100 years that machine shops are over cramped with small walk ways, this do to the huge amount of tools crammed in to a small space because there is not the profit margin to...
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    The french will always find ways to make the job...

    The french will always find ways to make the job last a lifetime...Phil
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    Most likely a 1200 rpm motor as well...phil

    Most likely a 1200 rpm motor as well...phil
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    I see smoke...Phil

    I see smoke...Phil
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