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    I'll tell ya this comrade...Ivan's got much...

    I'll tell ya this comrade...Ivan's got much bigger яички (cajones) that I do. Just watching him climb that high made my sac tingle, but what an awesome view.

    Stuartskiavich
  2. I don't know any of the details, but a Google...

    I don't know any of the details, but a Google search (simple) turns up a trailer manufacturer in Texas, and it would only take a phone call for them to let you know if they could sell you components...
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    David, To start off with...it's KAESER, and...

    David,

    To start off with...it's KAESER, and their help number is 540-898-5500. I'd start their..not here, too much chaff!:)

    Stuart
  4. Wow...too much science for me. I'll hang in there...

    Wow...too much science for me. I'll hang in there with my plywood dinghy!

    Too-Dumb-Stu
  5. I have always understood that aluminum forms a...

    I have always understood that aluminum forms a natural oxide that is tougher than nails. Many small and large boats are fabricated from aluminum and ply fresh and salt water for years with no...
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    Mr. Packrat, You're shopping on Rodeo...

    Mr. Packrat,

    You're shopping on Rodeo Drive...get an Uber and head down to the sleazy part of town.

    MAGNETIC MOTOR STARTER CONTROL FOR ELECTRIC MOTOR 10 HP 38AMP 3-PHASE 208-240VAC |...
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    "Like wow...I was sexting this hot chick I met at...

    "Like wow...I was sexting this hot chick I met at Taco Bell last night and didn't notice the smoke and fire coming out of the machine, dude". "My bad Bro".:nutter:

    Stuart
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    As noted above, there must be motor protection...

    As noted above, there must be motor protection somewhere in the circuit, and if you're just going to use some type of switch, it must be horsepower rated for the size motor you intend to use it...
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    Mr. Buggsy, A motor starter, often known as a...

    Mr. Buggsy,

    A motor starter, often known as a contactor, provides a way to start a 3 phase motor with control voltage usually less lethal than the line voltage for said motor, plus it allows for...
  10. Amusing, but certainly impossible, it looks like...

    Amusing, but certainly impossible, it looks like the young fellow is wearing athletic shoes...Nike's or Puma's or something that resembles them.

    Stuart
  11. Well...after clicking a 'like' for Mr. Cal's...

    Well...after clicking a 'like' for Mr. Cal's post, I read it again, and thought about it. It may have been a dispersion of me on Mr. Cal's part, but I'm not sure. If you go to a knife fight, there's...
  12. I am ignorant of the math, but my force gauge has...

    I am ignorant of the math, but my force gauge has a min/max hold feature, and the highest the gadget read was 2 1/2 lbf.

    So to add a final chapter to this silly saga, I found a 'tarp motor' used...
  13. Yikes...sorry about that, my reading...

    Yikes...sorry about that, my reading comprehension must have been on hold.:o

    Stuart
  14. If you do a simple search for non-petroleum base...

    If you do a simple search for non-petroleum base hydraulic oil you'll find an answer to your question.:o

    Stuart

    non petroleum based hydraulic fluid - Google Search
  15. I would say NO, that doesn't seem kosher, but if...

    I would say NO, that doesn't seem kosher, but if there is something amiss with that cylinder, there should/would be obvious scarring on the cylinder walls. Typically, the first stage cylinder is a...
  16. Is there any chance there is some type of...

    Is there any chance there is some type of unloader that vents into the crankcase. When the pump spins up to speed, the unloader would close and the pressure you're seeing in the crankcase would...
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    Some of the above posts were lengthy and I'm...

    Some of the above posts were lengthy and I'm remiss in not reading them all...but, when I did it a million years ago, we would take an old hacksaw blade, tape the end as a handle, snap off the other...
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    Well Mr.Magpie, kudos to you for even considering...

    Well Mr.Magpie, kudos to you for even considering repairing that table. It must have been some heirloom or a drill press that was very special to you. I'm afraid I would have relinquished it to the...
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    You might try going to an automotive machine shop...

    You might try going to an automotive machine shop in your area. They plug holes and cracks in cast iron heads with threaded fasteners...which I believe are cast iron as well. The fasteners are...
  20. Well Mr. Bob, I included just about all the...

    Well Mr. Bob,

    I included just about all the information I had, sans the kitchen sink, so I'm not sure what you mean by 'badly defined'?:confused:

    To the rest who came forward with intelligent,...
  21. Thank you...the design of the conveyor is set,...

    Thank you...the design of the conveyor is set, and while unconventional, is applicable to its intended use, so there will be no re-designing there. My question is what is the relationship between...
  22. I must have missed some info in my post because...

    I must have missed some info in my post because in a down and dirty test, a little Dewalt 20 volt driver drill lashed up to a Chinese 40:1 boat trailer winch easily pulled the entire 240 'sticks'...
  23. How to determine force required to move a load.

    I have a steel framework that holds 240 extruded HDPE 'sticks' that are 4" wide by 2" high by 13 feet long. They are in contact with two steel frame members across the 13 foot dimension. When a...
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    I could be all wet, but from the original post I...

    I could be all wet, but from the original post I assumed the method of attachment was specified by the customer, was cast in stone, and OP had to work to those spec's...which didn't include welding...
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    With the nut on the other end of the...

    With the nut on the other end of the screw!:confused:

    Stuart
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