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  1. The down-side to the handy sliding door is the...

    The down-side to the handy sliding door is the lower track. A small crowbar will lift the door off the track, so that it can be pulled outwards and defeated.
  2. Instead of guessing and asking the crowd, have...

    Instead of guessing and asking the crowd, have you ever thought of contacting a fire protection company to get their take on what is needed, and the best layout for most protection? You do not want...
  3. Thread: Recession?

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    The democrat's fondest hope is that they can...

    The democrat's fondest hope is that they can jawbone a recession before the 2020 election. Every possible effort is being taken to affect this anomaly through lies, market manipulation, and...
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    Have a look at the check valve that feeds the...

    Have a look at the check valve that feeds the tank. Make sure the un-loader circuit is working.
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    Operator induced oscillation.

    Operator induced oscillation.
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    Your proposed solution will give your insurance...

    Your proposed solution will give your insurance agent diarrhea on the spot.
  7. Crazy people do things that sane people don't...

    Crazy people do things that sane people don't understand. Criminal people do things that honest people don't understand. Liberal judges do their best to keep both groups from appropriate...
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    I stack them six at a time in the jaws of my...

    I stack them six at a time in the jaws of my lathe, then bore them with a short carbide boring bar. I asked the customer if he wanted them beveled or relieved, he said no, they work just fine. Oh, I...
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    As noted above, there are turbochargers and then,...

    As noted above, there are turbochargers and then, turbochargers. A fixed waste gate improves performance as a % of normal performance as altitude increases. A variable waste gate maintains rated...
  10. I think it depends on the hemisphere of...

    I think it depends on the hemisphere of operation. Northern is clockwise, Southern counter-clockwise.
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    Have you called Weatherby to see if they have any...

    Have you called Weatherby to see if they have any knowledge of the problem and solution?
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    If you cannot find a used Namco, try looking for...

    If you cannot find a used Namco, try looking for a used Crown lift. High quality and parts are available. Regards, Clark
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    Labour Party, I would guess. I do like the hats...

    Labour Party, I would guess. I do like the hats worn in the shop.
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    I have never heard of a timing sprocket failing. ...

    I have never heard of a timing sprocket failing. Chain wear, tooth wear, yes. Unless you are going to race it, don't worry about it. Just my take.
  15. Our dealer shop (Cat) saw many tilt cylinders to...

    Our dealer shop (Cat) saw many tilt cylinders to be rebuilt for customer lifts. Most, but not all were on 5k or smaller trucks. Unless the customer shop was capable, most preferred us to pick up...
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    Dodge has always been years ahead in engineering...

    Dodge has always been years ahead in engineering a concept, as well as years behind putting that concept on the road.
  17. I use Carhartt bibs for long-wearing durability...

    I use Carhartt bibs for long-wearing durability and comfort. Regards, Clark
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    The event is over for California. All that is...

    The event is over for California. All that is left is the discovery and wailing of the guilty and misled.
  19. The voltages that you quote are referred to as...

    The voltages that you quote are referred to as "high leg three phase". your planer will work fine. Chasing precise voltages from the converter is a waste of time. regards, Clark
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    More open positions than there are workers to...

    More open positions than there are workers to fill them.
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    Find yourself a Rockwell Delta 11" lathe.

    Find yourself a Rockwell Delta 11" lathe.
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    Since the NTSB is in charge of the official...

    Since the NTSB is in charge of the official report, it may be a year or more before it is issued. I spent my career flying every thing from tube and fabric two-seaters to the latest computer-aided...
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    My first "lathe" work was performed with a Skil...

    My first "lathe" work was performed with a Skil 1/4" drill turning a screw which was shaped with a 3-cornered file. It worked well enough to repair my neighbor's Grandpa's single barrel shotgun. ...
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    That is not a VN12 support. I have only seen...

    That is not a VN12 support. I have only seen three VN12s, and and each one was broken where you tighten the dead center. I have considered making one out of plate, but have never gotten that far...
  25. You don't say what size SB you are using. I...

    You don't say what size SB you are using. I tried to use carbide inserts on my SB9 for some time. I finally stumbled onto a tangential holder that uses 1/4" HSS. Easy to grind. Does a great job...
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