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  1. was probably $1000 new at the time. used id say...

    was probably $1000 new at the time. used id say $400-500
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    Try to put them up at like $5 a pc. because $30...

    Try to put them up at like $5 a pc. because $30 each wont sell and you will sit on it till the cows come home
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    id be interested, but not for a whole lot for a...

    id be interested, but not for a whole lot for a used cutter and no idea what inserts they are. maybe at $25 each with the inserts.
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    ask your local machine shops.

    ask your local machine shops.
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    the big question, what will seperate you from...

    the big question, what will seperate you from every other engine builder?
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    exactly! look at most trailer wiring, its...

    exactly! look at most trailer wiring, its corroded 12" plus from most ends.
  7. dont use 2 different spings. it will cause...

    dont use 2 different spings. it will cause nothing but problems opening and closing uneven and getting jammed
  8. most shops rip the glass out, cut off the excess,...

    most shops rip the glass out, cut off the excess, use a proper primer with the urethane and glue it all back in. ususally alot of cursing to get some excess urethane cut off, and a straight razor to...
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    I have these same ones, definitely work just fine...

    I have these same ones, definitely work just fine for insulated or uninsulated. have made hundreds, if not thousands of crimps and not one fail if you do it correctly.
  10. get as close as you can for a slip fit. most have...

    get as close as you can for a slip fit. most have an oring to seal it off anyways. id shoot for anything under 0.001"
  11. no hot water isnt an emergency........ ive gone...

    no hot water isnt an emergency........ ive gone without for a week before. if really needed, boil it.
    and most dont just swap out due to different resistance etc on the probes. its a new heater time...
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    I use drill Co drills, never any issue from my...

    I use drill Co drills, never any issue from my local tool supply that is 20 min away and even drops them off same day
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    drill, glue dowel in hole and redrill after for...

    drill, glue dowel in hole and redrill after for wood screw.
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    so a 61" x 24" plate....... ya that isnt a small...

    so a 61" x 24" plate....... ya that isnt a small plate to machine off, sure, with no tolerances might still be 3-500 bucks it takes $1000 in tooling and at least a 150K machine to be that big plus...
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    simple, any hoist reccomends 6" or thicker....

    simple, any hoist reccomends 6" or thicker. personally i would go about 6", and a little deeper near a hoist arm location or a heavy piece of machinery. if just light loads, 6" min

    #9 or 7 mesh...
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    i could see it if it was going into a soft part...

    i could see it if it was going into a soft part like plastic, then the extra threads might help, but into steel just doesn't make sense enough to make any huge difference.
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    the insert holder doesn't look like anything...

    the insert holder doesn't look like anything special, other then my guess is to leave a perfect 90 degree edge at the end of its stroke, probably something to do with cylinder liners needing a lip at...
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    is there a dedicated regulator on the shrink fit...

    is there a dedicated regulator on the shrink fit machine? you could drop the pressure only there and solve a few problems.
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    or melt some lead in there.....

    or melt some lead in there.....
  20. a funnel and a piece of tubing to just flow it...

    a funnel and a piece of tubing to just flow it through, no pump required.
  21. ignore using aluminum, just use stainless. much...

    ignore using aluminum, just use stainless. much stronger and can take bending easier. aluminum will bend if a boat hits it unless its crazy thick
  22. Run a solvent through it, then run soap and water...

    Run a solvent through it, then run soap and water after to clean out the solvent. then blow out with air. works the same way with oil filled air filters.
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    I had to do this on my lathe, just made an...

    I had to do this on my lathe, just made an extension adapter. couldn't do the blind keyway, had another local shop do it for $75. and had a set screw to tighten it on the existing shaft. it had to...
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    no manual mill?

    no manual mill?
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    id pay a guy to spray it all after all the hard...

    id pay a guy to spray it all after all the hard labor is done in standing and prep. one screw up and all the prep is junk and makes it a pain to fix and costs more $ in the end. Still gonna be a...
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