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    282370282371282372282373282374 My shop trucks....

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    My shop trucks. Dodge is 02 cummins w/ 62,000. I did an extensive flatbed rebuild and modifications on it last winter.

    The Powerstroke is a 99 w/ 109,000. I...
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    Unfortunately a return line filter is not...

    Unfortunately a return line filter is not possible as the valve body is mounted above the tank and drains directly down into it through multiple different return "pipes" A kidney loop would be really...
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    Got it working!!! I completely rewired it for...

    Got it working!!! I completely rewired it for the lower voltage/higher amps. Motors rewound, a ton of cleaning, new fluid. It goes up and down. Tons of kinks to still work out but the basic...
  4. I own a Welding and Fabrication shop. Machining...

    I own a Welding and Fabrication shop. Machining is not our primary industry but we have a 13x56 Sheldon and Mint bridgeport that helps with our fabrication work. (IE A precision beveler/weld remover...
  5. I was able to call around and find a used fan...

    I was able to call around and find a used fan from a electric motor shop. He is going to slip it in the mail for me. It is a american motor sized fan but nothing my lathe and a boring bar can't fix...
  6. Broke off electric motor fan blade. Try to fix or replace?

    Wondering if someone with some electric motor experience could help me out. I made a huge mistake and broke half a blade off of this 7 blade fan on my electric motor. It is a 132S frame 7.5 HP...
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    Highly suggest tig welding for your project. I...

    Highly suggest tig welding for your project. I think I’d be easier for a beginner to butcher stainless mig welding vs tig as long as you tig weld steel decent. That is of course you don’t mind...
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    Nothing is cast iron on this. The main frame is...

    Nothing is cast iron on this. The main frame is around 1.25” plate steel. All stick welded together the covered in bondo. From a glance it looks like cast because of the welds hidden in bondo. ...
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    I will post more info when it’s operational....

    I will post more info when it’s operational. Right now I am shopping for new heaters as I had the motors rewound for 240v. What kinda hydraulic oil would you recommend. Shop temp stays around 60...
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    Really? I thought hydraulic systems were super...

    Really? I thought hydraulic systems were super sensitive and particles would break down tolerances. Perhaps I will just change the oil after the first 20 hours or so to try and get all the initial...
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    New Chinese Press Brake

    Hey guys. I picked up this new to me Chinese made press brake. The story is, A guy bought it new. Didnt have a place to put it, didnt have three phase power, and after 7 years of storing it and...
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