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    I have cut apart a TON of soldered crimps. What I...

    I have cut apart a TON of soldered crimps. What I have found is:
    If properly crimped? Solder will not flow in to the crimp.
    If not properly crimped? If the wire/terminal had no flux pre-crimp,...
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    In short? YES! Period. It takes a lot of...

    In short? YES! Period.

    It takes a lot of pressure to create a proper crimp. One that has zero to minimal space for oxygen intrusion.
    There is no "plastic" than can hold up to these pressures.
    ...
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    Organizing? I'm a pro. Even enjoy it. Why?! IDFK...

    Organizing? I'm a pro. Even enjoy it. Why?! IDFK
    Cleaning? Hell no! Who has time for that? I haven't ridden my dirt bike in months. It is still wearing the dirt from the last ride.
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    I do have a pile of Mari studs. I run (ran, I'm...

    I do have a pile of Mari studs. I run (ran, I'm pretty much dead in the water right now) a mix of Mari and JM.
    If I'm being 100% honest, I feel the JM are higher quality (sorry Frank!).
    But, you...
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    Bullshit. I saw the pics. That part lifted. I...

    Bullshit. I saw the pics. That part lifted. I (and others) asked you for pics of the part, and jaws, I don't know how many times.
    But you just disappeared. You would provide no evidence that could...
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    In red ^^^^^ The reality is, he would save...

    In red ^^^^^
    The reality is, he would save himself a ton of work just answering questions.
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    Here is my two cents for on-line selling: Post...

    Here is my two cents for on-line selling:
    Post an itemized list with individual prices.

    Your original F/S post was so vague its no wonder you got no interest.
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    Crazy luck Bob! You must be one of the good guys....

    Crazy luck Bob! You must be one of the good guys. Cause Karma is definitely on your side!
    J&M makes the best studs!
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    I still have this! The deal with Nami never...

    I still have this! The deal with Nami never happened. Pretty sure it was me who dropped the ball (hey, I was crazy busy).
    Been doing a ton of cleaning, organizing, and general "purging". Had to move...
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    Boy ain't that the truth! Just ask Mickey_D, he...

    Boy ain't that the truth! Just ask Mickey_D, he knows all about it! (inside jab, least he could have done was fess up!)
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    This is important shit. If a DC spindle taper is...

    This is important shit.
    If a DC spindle taper is ground, they would HAVE to grind the face. Or a DC tool will pull up tight on the face with zero taper contact.
    I can't see how a DC spindle could...
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    While I get what you are saying Bob. Typically...

    While I get what you are saying Bob. Typically troubles will show up at the termination LONG before they do in the actual strap.
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    Don beat me to it. YG-1 Gold-P drills. I don't...

    Don beat me to it. YG-1 Gold-P drills. I don't know what they did right? Grind? Blank? Coating? Don't care really!
    They just work. I do zero super-alloy stuff. So I can't comment on anything tougher...
  14. If my haas would sell, I would probably turn...

    If my haas would sell, I would probably turn around and drop the $$$ right in your lap.
    That is almost exactly what I am looking for.
  15. No kidding! I never had a bicycle that stopped...

    No kidding! I never had a bicycle that stopped decent until I got my current bike. An old Giant Rainier.
    First bike I never have to worry about my generous girth blowing an intersection on!
  16. I've gone deep in this rabbit hole! What I have...

    I've gone deep in this rabbit hole! What I have learned is there have been zero NEW lifters manufactured since the '80's! :eek:
    100% of what people have been buying, no matter the "manufacturer"...
  17. Are you hip to the hydraulic flat tappet pandemic...

    Are you hip to the hydraulic flat tappet pandemic yet? Way worse then the china flu. Mortality rate is like 90%!
  18. It ain't just raw materials! I've been stocking...

    It ain't just raw materials! I've been stocking up on parts for a bunch of up-coming projects (car/truck related).
    Nothing, and I mean NOTHING is in stock! Ox, you know those hubs you bought for...
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    You forgot one Gregor: No subscription bullshit....

    You forgot one Gregor: No subscription bullshit. They would need to provide a perpetual license/key.
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    That post wasn't directed at you. I did read your...

    That post wasn't directed at you. I did read your question. And I didn't answer it because as you "realized" the answer was right there on the screen.
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    And another thing! If you are a broker? Do not...

    And another thing!
    If you are a broker? Do not bother contacting me unless you are ready to stroke a check for $45k.
    I don't care how many people you have "looking for a machine just like this"...
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    Since this seems to be the only question I get...

    Since this seems to be the only question I get asked........

    Not including the pendant (the control panel) Max dimensions:
    16ft long (tip of pallet changer to tip of chip-chute)
    7ft-6in deep...
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    To add, just like the post for the last Brother I...

    To add, just like the post for the last Brother I sold:
    I may be inclined to trade for a live tooled lathe. As I turn away a lot of work that requires such a beast.
  24. What does the shop have for a floor now? What is...

    What does the shop have for a floor now? What is your reasoning for epoxying the floor?
    I will never understand the reason behind people wanting to "pretty up" the floor.
    When the odds are totally...
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    Yea, I know. I've considered it many many times....

    Yea, I know. I've considered it many many times. BUT! That is just more time sunk in to humans handling the parts.
    It is going to go in/out of the CNC as many times as it takes. So, those 7-OP parts...
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