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    If the threads are only about 1/2" deep and there...

    If the threads are only about 1/2" deep and there is a large radius groove behind that then yes, it is a 2" camlock and the threads are just for the safety cap. Ag Spray and Dultmeier Sales are a...
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    My local lab has a new gun that gives carbon...

    My local lab has a new gun that gives carbon content. They are a welding/NDT inspection company. Federal pipeline welding/repair procedures require identification of the pipeline material so a...
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    I guess I've never seen one like you have. I've...

    I guess I've never seen one like you have. I've had 2" camlock, 2" butress, and 2" npt.
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    I'll swap you a 3/4" straight shank Tree taper...

    I'll swap you a 3/4" straight shank Tree taper boring head for your won't fit Wolly. It was made after Tree sold the boring head business, so its actually made by Specialty Cutting Tools.
  5. Use as is. Unless you are a very seasoned hoe...

    Use as is. Unless you are a very seasoned hoe hand, you will add your own in short order. Until you get some seat time, you don't comprehend how many things that fat ass hanging out back there...
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    Do you have any of the BG left?

    Do you have any of the BG left?
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    For more outside the box thinking, get a old semi...

    For more outside the box thinking, get a old semi trailer double flatbed and a converter dolly. Back the brakes off and pull it with a farm tractor. When you come up with something better you will...
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    The purpose of the gap is to insure the spindle...

    The purpose of the gap is to insure the spindle bearings are captured tightly in the quill. The size of the gap doesn't really matter, but there must be a gap. If you think its to large, remove the...
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    In spite of the drought it looks like western...

    In spite of the drought it looks like western Wyoming and Idaho are getting good snow.
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    I know of a lot of stuff that has broken off in...

    I know of a lot of stuff that has broken off in the soil. If its been turned it will have broken steel in it. I don't know of a ruined tire from any. On the other hand, those [email protected] [email protected] deer...
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    I have that lathe's bigger brother (that needs to...

    I have that lathe's bigger brother (that needs to go). You will like it, guaranteed.
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    Are you doing any heat treatment after welding,...

    Are you doing any heat treatment after welding, or just using it as welded?
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    Whole bunch of questions there. Build them up...

    Whole bunch of questions there. Build them up with rod first. This is a good place for 6013, but there are BU rods specifically for this job. You lay different lengths of bead to rebuild the...
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    Its obvious I wasn't clear with my statement...

    Its obvious I wasn't clear with my statement about programming being easy. I meant programming is easy to evaluate. You load the program, push the button. It makes a good part, or it doesn't. ...
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    There is free machining steel plate, Freemax 15...

    There is free machining steel plate, Freemax 15 is one I have used. You said punching a big hole, did you really mean punching, or just making? If you are getting the plates burned out, have them...
  16. I have had those moments. The result usually...

    I have had those moments. The result usually releases blood. One this summer was bloodless, but released about 20K from the bank account.
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    Thanks for the toe jack picture. I hadn't seen...

    Thanks for the toe jack picture. I hadn't seen ones like that before. A quick search shows Hilman prices them at $1,564. There are also 5 and 25 ton models.

    You want steel plates under the jack...
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    Would you post a good pic of the toe jacks? ...

    Would you post a good pic of the toe jacks? Please include the data plate.
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    I would like Precision Sheet Metal Shop Theory,...

    I would like Precision Sheet Metal Shop Theory, Richard S. Budzik, Howard Sams, 1969, Hardbound, very good, $12
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    I've been both. IME, a good foreman is far more...

    I've been both. IME, a good foreman is far more valuable, but much harder to quantify. Programming is easy, easily evaluated, and can be compared to others. Programming can also be outsourced. ...
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    I don't like the idea of an impact loaded, high...

    I don't like the idea of an impact loaded, high speed rotary part that is hardened having an arc strike. Incredible stress riser.

    It would be interesting to know the material. I'm guessing S7,...
  22. When it comes to light weight gas bags, you can't...

    When it comes to light weight gas bags, you can't beat a dry cleaners clothes bag. Masking tape will make a good fuse. It was quite astonishing how much of a bang a FAE can make the first time. ...
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    What do you consider dock height? For large...

    What do you consider dock height? For large trucks and trailers it is usually about 54". I don't ever recall seeing a pickup sized trailer that tall.

    If you just want a deck-over at a more...
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    Actually, its far more common to describe tapers...

    Actually, its far more common to describe tapers in terms of rise/run than degrees. Standard milling shanks are 3 1/2" per foot taper, Morse tapers are 5/8" per foot (basic, although they move all...
  25. Cool front porch/house trim.

    Cool front porch/house trim.
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