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    There's record setting fuckloads of timber going...

    There's record setting fuckloads of timber going through the mills right now. Has been for months. Timber industry has never, ever seen this much volume or profit before. Ever.

    Covid didn't slow...
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    A little CNC mill or lathe is hard not to make...

    A little CNC mill or lathe is hard not to make money with. Big old manual stuff is the opposite.
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    I know enacting change around here takes an act...

    I know enacting change around here takes an act of congress, but wouldn't it make sense to just ad a dealer for sale section and let them spam the hell out of it? Maybe charge $5 an ad like...
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    Sleeves have pros and cons. For engines...

    Sleeves have pros and cons. For engines small/portable enough to fit on automotive size boring/honing machines sleeves cause more problems than they solve.

    Boring oversize or boring and sleeving...
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    Did you pay with a credit/debit card? Start the...

    Did you pay with a credit/debit card? Start the chargeback process. That will get their attention.
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    I've seen much worse and brought it back to...

    I've seen much worse and brought it back to as-new.

    Hot tank/blast or electrolysis derust. Sleeve all the holes, etc, etc.
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    The weather has made a mess of shipping. UPS...

    The weather has made a mess of shipping.

    UPS and fedex have been 10-15 days out for a few weeks now. Fedex did make a delivery to my shop on Sunday though. That was nice and unexpected. I have 6...
  8. I have a bunch of old NOS glow in the dark exit...

    I have a bunch of old NOS glow in the dark exit stickers from the Navy. They're pretty bright. Probably radium. It would have to be pretty smokey to miss one in the dark.
  9. I have owned a fair bit of machinery, but never a...

    I have owned a fair bit of machinery, but never a 10EE. A 10EE that is all debugged and looks good with a DRO and basic tooling is worth more to sell than to make parts on IMO.

    At the same time...
  10. My 4" Kuraki is all on the pendent, no clutch...

    My 4" Kuraki is all on the pendent, no clutch lever. It has a jog button that gets used a lot. I would much prefer a clutch handle, but I could also see how I wouldn't want to tear into a HBM...
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    I want to say most shipboard seawater pumps are...

    I want to say most shipboard seawater pumps are 100 HP electric motor driven. Small ships have atleast four of them.

    Dewatering a flooded/flooding space is not done with pumps, it's done with...
  12. In your craigslist ads, what made you decide to...

    In your craigslist ads, what made you decide to list the XMT setup for less than the 350P?
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    DSG was never that great of a machine compared to...

    DSG was never that great of a machine compared to good stuff. I would not pay a premium price for one.
  14. It's not an opinion. I know they are different...

    It's not an opinion. I know they are different people. Different names, different lives, separate individuals. In a factual kind of way, not the opinion kind of way.

    Besides the fact I know...
  15. Definitely not the same person dude.

    Definitely not the same person dude.
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    I retro'd my old 65 ton Verson press brake with a...

    I retro'd my old 65 ton Verson press brake with a Servo style Bridgeport power feed to run the shut height nuts.

    Works great, lots of torque in a small package, variable speed and the shaft passes...
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    Way it was explained to me is that the caliper...

    Way it was explained to me is that the caliper being on one side puts a fair load on one side of the assembly. The rotor displaces/bends away from that force, position of the bearings has an effect I...
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    It's not quite that dramatic of a difference. The...

    It's not quite that dramatic of a difference. The old style serviceable 1 ton hubs have the bearings about an inch apart. Unit bearings are about 1/2" apart. There's a crush sleeve/abs tone ring...
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    The big bearings have an RPM rating in the...

    The big bearings have an RPM rating in the thousands of RPM. I'd imagine they'd have a shorter lifespan turning faster, but the difference isn't huge. Pickups have 31-35" tires for the most part....
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    You can buy that easier than making it. Front...

    You can buy that easier than making it.

    Front ABS Grease-able Block Off Fitting 99-16 (RDPABS)
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    I do understand exactly where you're coming from....

    I do understand exactly where you're coming from.

    So basically, when that second hub of mine let loose and happened without any warning, no chance to get home, I strongly considered buying a...
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    Is there any way you could post a larger image? I...

    Is there any way you could post a larger image? I can't tell much from your picture, but it sure sounds neat.
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    Boomer, Did it cross your mind Frank might not be...

    Boomer, Did it cross your mind Frank might not be that old?
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    Your 100% right, I skipped some details. When GM...

    Your 100% right, I skipped some details. When GM came out with their IFS 3/4 and 1 ton 4x4's in 1987 they used unit bearing hubs. When Dodge pickup up unit bearings in 94 they used damn near the...
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    It looks shop built to me. I would say it was...

    It looks shop built to me.

    I would say it was built or bought to run punch press tooling and the slot for press brake tooling was kind of a "might as well" design feature. A press brake should...
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