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    If you are talking about grounding like in a...

    If you are talking about grounding like in a house or building where there is an actual ground rod, no it is not a ground.

    Since a typical vehicle sits on four or more rubber tires, which are...
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    Not the best by any means, but you can spend...

    Not the best by any means, but you can spend $200, $400, and more. I have used these Vaco crimpers for many years, for both professional and personal work and have never had a bad crimp. And the...
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    Cable implies a grouping of multiple conductors,...

    Cable implies a grouping of multiple conductors, separated with insulation. Only a single conductor is needed for the ground strap so cable is overkill. The real question is braided strap vs....
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    I recall watching my grandfather slaughter...

    I recall watching my grandfather slaughter chickens for Sunday dinner, but I guess he held on to them because they never ran anywhere.

    I had no interest in learning that skill from him.
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    The unanswered questions here are: Why do the...

    The unanswered questions here are: Why do the internal bores taper when external turning does not? And What is changing to make it so?

    Just thinking and I am assuming this is a used lathe where...
  6. I think you may be confusing the percentage of a...

    I think you may be confusing the percentage of a full thread with the class of fit. The class of the fit will be determined by the die and tap or by your cutting depth if you single point them.
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  7. Michiganbuck, I guess I qualify for being an...

    Michiganbuck,

    I guess I qualify for being an old fart too. Drop by some day and we will share some coffee and swap lies. Let me know ahead of time and I will pick up some donuts too.
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    King size serpentine belt!

    King size serpentine belt!
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    The dryer after the tank is the way I have always...

    The dryer after the tank is the way I have always done it and I have had great, ZERO WATER results in several installations. I like compressor(s) then tank then about 50 foot copper pipe cooler and...
  10. I could be wrong, but as I see it those fish...

    I could be wrong, but as I see it those fish tail, threading gauges are from the era of Armstrong tool holders and lantern tool posts. With those, the tool bit was often short (<1") and gripped by...
  11. Just an observation, but a quick calculation...

    Just an observation, but a quick calculation shows the worst case error between a 60° Vee thread and a 55° Vee thread, both of 24 TPI, is 0.0018". So it is no wonder that you can not see that...
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    Well said. I think a lot of the reason is simply...

    Well said. I think a lot of the reason is simply the cost of a bench in a country with much lower income and perhaps a lack of resources which makes them more expensive. We complain about prices...
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    That looks like what is commonly called a 7 x 12...

    That looks like what is commonly called a 7 x 12 mini lathe. It is made in China. It is a low quality machine. That means it will fight you.

    Can I or one of the others here use it to produce...
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    Unless you are talking to another shop owner...

    Unless you are talking to another shop owner nextdoor to your site, you should rely on a local, structural engineer for all the details of your foundation except that bolt pattern. The preparation of...
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    There is another money pit for web sites,...

    There is another money pit for web sites, "promoting them". You can pay a lot and get nothing in return for that. Amazon, WalMart, etc. are expert at that and if you are selling generic merchandise,...
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    You hit on one of the biggest drawbacks of using...

    You hit on one of the biggest drawbacks of using web designers. They want to be paid for "hits" and once you start talking about just paying for sales, they vanish faster then greased lightning.
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  17. Thread: Deeep 1/2-20

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    This pretty much makes the question of the mating...

    This pretty much makes the question of the mating thread binding moot. All that is left is how can he do this.

    He has three choices. The first is to reject the job - the "no bid" option. It may...
  18. I recently watched a pair of lock videos. One was...

    I recently watched a pair of lock videos. One was by a guy who challenged the LockPickingLawyer and the other was by him. The challenger hand crafted two door locks. They had dual cylinders such that...
  19. I have had an import caliper on my mill's quill...

    I have had an import caliper on my mill's quill for over 10 years. The only real problem I have with it is short battery life so I take the battery out when I am not using the mill.
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    It probably does not matter. But, what I...

    It probably does not matter.

    But, what I would do is measure the four resistors with a digital meter. Line them up on the bench with the lowest value to the left and the highest value to the...
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    Having worked in electronics, I have purchased...

    Having worked in electronics, I have purchased from both many times. And I have never had any trouble with either of them. And they have very similar web selection processes - you can start with...
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    In my other two posts I suggested that catalogs...

    In my other two posts I suggested that catalogs that feature Tee nuts would be one source of information. Here is one such catalog reference.

    McMaster-Carr

    And another one:
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    Well, that does shed some light on what he is...

    Well, that does shed some light on what he is doing and what he actually needs.

    I have been made fun of, but I do not see any serious answers from anyone here.

    27mm is VERY close to 1 1/16"...
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    Oh, so you can tell us what he is asking? Fire...

    Oh, so you can tell us what he is asking?

    Fire away!
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    I do not understand what you are doing. And I...

    I do not understand what you are doing. And I wonder if you do.

    1. Do you have a set of tee nuts and bolts and want to buy a machine that they will fit?

    OR

    2. Do you have a machine and...
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