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  1. I watched some friends of mine load a Cincinnati...

    I watched some friends of mine load a Cincinnati planer. It's pretty easy to find the balance point like this.
    There are 4x4's under the chains the other side of the columns as well.
    It's not an...
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    Thanks Hbjj. That sounds like it could work. It...

    Thanks Hbjj. That sounds like it could work. It is certified to the NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for potable water contact.
    I'll make a decision when I get my water test back.
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    I called a well drilling company and of course...

    I called a well drilling company and of course they only do drilled wells but he told me as Neil and others have said that I need an excavation company and they can lift the tiles, (the well guy...
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    I think I will call a well company and find out...

    I think I will call a well company and find out what they say. I'm just expecting the worse. New drilled well. I'll report back.
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    Here is a picture of my well. It's a dug well....

    Here is a picture of my well. It's a dug well. Maybe my term casings is wrong but you know what I mean.
    Researching my problem is where I read organic matter is the cause of coliform bacteria.
    My...
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    OT - Need a sealant to repair dug well casing

    I have a dug well about 20' deep. I had a coliform bacteria problem that I thought was caused by tree root growing through a casing seam. Root was about 3/8" OD and maybe 10 feet long. I shocked the...
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    I picked up a B3 a couple of months ago. There...

    I picked up a B3 a couple of months ago. There isn't much crowning on the rollers but it has a very nice tracking set-up.
    How is your tracking adjusted?
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    A few more.

    A few more.
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    I saved these Sidney pictures from an ebay ad....

    I saved these Sidney pictures from an ebay ad. Maybe they will shed some light.
    If not they are just nice to look at.
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    Table identification.

    I'm still helping a family sell a closed shop. There are 2 of these tables there. The white table is on end and there is an identical table sitting behind it with the boxes on it. The table is 8'...
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    I have everything back together and it works. I...

    I have everything back together and it works. I even bent a piece. The bolts are 5/8-11, 2" long.
    I post most of this detail because sometime there will be someone searching and this will help them....
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    Thanks Fish On and Graham. I've been doing some...

    Thanks Fish On and Graham.
    I've been doing some poking around myself and that brochure and more are on the VintageMachinery.org site.
    The information is under Dreis & Klump in the publication and...
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    I have a 1954 J-head and I love mine. I never...

    I have a 1954 J-head and I love mine. I never need to hog metal so that's not an issue for me.
    Easy to move by yourself disassembled with an engine hoist.
    What's the serial number on "your" mill?
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    I can see them on my end. I even logged out and...

    I can see them on my end. I even logged out and can still see them.
    How bout thumbnails. I'm still clinging to Internet Explorer, I wonder if that would make a difference?

    Thanks D.D., I've...
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    I found some more pieces that I think go with the...

    I found some more pieces that I think go with the brake. There is a 60" long blade type of piece and some pieces that may be to turn the brake into a finger brake. In my post above I talk about the...
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    I have a guy coming to look at the brake and I...

    I have a guy coming to look at the brake and I want to make sure it works right before he comes. In the first picture above notice how high the clamp is above the bed, (I've looked at a few YouTube...
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    wood lathe tailstock question.

    I posted this on OWWM but thought I would ask here as well. I'm helping a family sell some tools, ( I posted about that a few months ago), and a Delta wood lathe has had its tailstock quill altered....
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    Thanks guys. The family and I appreciate your...

    Thanks guys. The family and I appreciate your thoughts.
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    Need some help pricing a brake and shear

    I'm helping a family sell some tools their father had and need a ball park number for value.
    Not looking for the pie in the sky, wring every penny out of it, but not looking to give it away either....
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    This pin is .625".

    This pin is .625".
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    The angle is about 117 degrees. Thickness of the...

    The angle is about 117 degrees. Thickness of the weight is 1.020". Thickness where pin goes through is 1.725". Handle OD is .755".
    The pin OD is .625. Your picture is very small and tough to see,...
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    Thanks bos... looks like I will need to make one...

    Thanks bos... looks like I will need to make one too.
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    I bought an old Dake 1 3/4 at a yard sale years...

    I bought an old Dake 1 3/4 at a yard sale years ago. It's pretty early.
    The pinion gear is stripped.
    Let me know if you think it will work for your meausurements.
    I don't think I have the pawl.
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    Thanks Dan. What I didn't post there was, after...

    Thanks Dan.
    What I didn't post there was, after a few months, I took the collection to one of the foremost sellers of WWII militaria, Bill Shea of The Ruptured Duck, and had it appraised. That gave...
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    Fakery, fraud, and reproductions are a huge...

    Fakery, fraud, and reproductions are a huge problem in German militaria collecting. Especially collecting anything SS.
    My Dad brought back quite a few items that I started really looking at a few...
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