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    You broke my run ...

    You broke my run ...
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    A work associate told me that in his past he and...

    A work associate told me that in his past he and a girlfriend routinely took recreational cocaine and screwed all night. How does that compare with Viagra.
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    There are a lot of shemales that do a much work...

    There are a lot of shemales that do a much work on themselves. So much work that they look better than a lot of females.
    On the other hand I have been in public and the ladies with big feet stuffed...
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    The women they are noticing have noticed those...

    The women they are noticing have noticed those two boys in advance, along with their holdings and assets...
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    I remember a couple from back east was on a...

    I remember a couple from back east was on a little trip and they came to my parents house to have dinner. At one time the man said something about sex to us and said it doesn't matter when the lights...
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    It worked out ok for Arnold Schwarzenegger....

    It worked out ok for Arnold Schwarzenegger. Physically impossible to get like him without those drugs.
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    What about Mrs. Rosey Palm.

    What about Mrs. Rosey Palm.
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    The extension with the pointed end is needed.

    The extension with the pointed end is needed.
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    Mine is looking like this. The brass cone has a...

    Mine is looking like this. The brass cone has a hole going through it. The brass cone is held in place with a spring and screw. The knob is removed with a set-screw.
    Looks like there is a pressed in...
  10. Sun UV does that. The powder coat place I...

    Sun UV does that.

    The powder coat place I last went to had a huge sand blast enclosure that had done a truck frame for a 18 wheeler cab. Not enclosure but house.
  11. The powder coater should blast the surfaces clean...

    The powder coater should blast the surfaces clean first. Then that stuff is applied with potential difference and baked on.

    If you ever tried to clean a piece that was powdered then you would know...
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    I had gone to woodworking swap meets in the past....

    I had gone to woodworking swap meets in the past. There were always a vast amount of planes.

    If anybody has a recipe on how to make Japan-Black that would make some touch ups in order.
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    My Stanley planes have some corrugated bottoms....

    My Stanley planes have some corrugated bottoms. Happens that my Baily No. 8 and Stanley No. 7 have 13 V-grooves on the bottom.
    I prefer the corrugated bottom planes from the flat bottom ones. Wonder...
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    That's the thing. If the owner thinks he has a...

    That's the thing. If the owner thinks he has a antique and it's worth a bunch then you will have to pay more.
    Pay more if you think you will want a antique and cherish owning it. Price, it's about...
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    Keep it. I use #4 on lathe tail stock, dovetail...

    Keep it. I use #4 on lathe tail stock, dovetail joints, screws after periodic cleaning. I use a small towel with #4 on it. Wipe the metal and the towel picks
    up all the worn metal.
  16. 1. Remove black bolt from arbor. Measure diameter...

    1. Remove black bolt from arbor. Measure diameter of shaft. Cut a thick washer for the shaft and then slot the washer. Place washer on arbor.
    2. Place cup on arbor.
    3. Cut another washer for the...
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    I remember them pretty good when parting 1"...

    I remember them pretty good when parting 1" diameter aluminium bar...

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  18. Thread: Converter repair

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    Not always except here... There are two run...

    Not always except here... There are two run capacitors and one pfc capacitor.
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    A RPC that is balanced will have two run...

    A RPC that is balanced will have two run capacitors. Each cap connected from one line to the generated leg.

    I suggest that you go seek some termite help. Gives him something to do.
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    If you go for the Indica variety then that is...

    If you go for the Indica variety then that is supposed to relax your body. There is no head high.
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    If the eight run caps had been all connected in...

    If the eight run caps had been all connected in parallel then that means one equivalent run cap equal to 480uf. So does that mean the balance was so great.
    I doubt it. You could do better.
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    The two slotted set screws that hold the upper...

    The two slotted set screws that hold the upper and lower part of the gauge to the front of the quill?

    I couldn't remove the top one. It is locked in place by a vertical hole with what I thought...
  23. Never liked the excessive slop in the Kurt vise...

    Never liked the excessive slop in the Kurt vise mount holes. So I made a couple of bushings that align the bolt to vertical. Tightening operations on the vise to
    get it lined up are reduced and at...
  24. 115V would mean 115vac. RMS value = .707 Peak...

    115V would mean 115vac. RMS value = .707 Peak value. Peak value = 1.414 * 115 = 162.
  25. That is where I would start. That is the voltage...

    That is where I would start. That is the voltage for all your push button controls.
    Disconnect all control transformer loads and then take a reading to see if it's 115v. Maybe add one load at a time...
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