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  1. Thread: Two Fer

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    And because I can't leave anything alone I recommend one of these simple and cheap things:...
  2. Thread: Two Fer

    by cyclepath
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    A steal! Now if you haven't spent much time with table saws, a little refresher course https://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-tips/techniques/safety/tablesaw-safety because they can surprise you...
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    Menards, a regional home improvement box store running a distant 3rd to Lowe's, began stocking Craftsman tools about 6 months ago, and seems to be expanding the collection.

    I grew up with SK,...
  4. Thread: I'm New Here

    by cyclepath
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    Re: I'm New Here

    Welcome!

    Just be warned...

    Some of us aren't quite right. :nana:
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    Re: 44 years ago today......

    You do both look happy. Wishing you many more happy years ahead. :bd:

    Wife and I have 42 in. Where did the time go?
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    Re: Snappy dresser?

    heh. Makes me thankful that I was never cursed with a sense of good taste or decorum. I don't have enough years left to amortize the cost of $120 flannel shirts.

    Perhaps I will benefit when some...
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    Re: Slip on Canister Recommendations

    I did recently discover a Kerker bolt-on can for an 1100 in the garage. PM me if interested.
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    Re: Any of you guys into knives?

    I'm guessing the sawblade knife is more style than function, as the squiggly sound damping cut would be a bitch to clean, and the expansion cut that goes to the rim is just inside the handle,...
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    Re: Any of you guys into knives?

    Antvas, the reason for the notch in the kukri blade has been lost in history. Theories range from catching the blade of an opponent to Hindu symbolism to routing blood from the edge of the blade. The...
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    Re: fun for the whole family

    Can the Nerf launchers be far behind?
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    Re: One of the issues with ethanol

    Yah, those farmers be living off the fat of the land! Sorry, not so simple. https://farmdocdaily.illinois.edu/2018/08/corn-soybean-budgets-2018-2019.html

    Ethanol isn't the long term solution, but...
  12. Re: Any plumbers or like minded plumbers on here?

    No experience, but anything mechanical will fail. I would sleep much better with some type of alarm or fault detector to alert me if one of the motors stops working.

    At the sewage lift station...
  13. Re: Bill would cap ethanol in nation's fuel supply

    I live in corn country, but I would have no trouble putting the kibosh on E15 if EPA would eliminate the waivers for E10. Some well connected refiners don't have to follow the same rules that others...
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    Re: Any photo experts around

    I am not a pro, but have a lot of time behind an SLR. Sadly, the advance of the technology has left a lot of hardware behind. Canon makes a good product, and Tamron is well regarded aftermarket....
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    Re: New family member.

    Grandparenting is the best gig ever. Congratulations to all!
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    Re: The "Bullitt" Mustang Can Be Yours.....

    Collect the set. Dune buggy from Thomas Crown Affair is also going on the block. https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a28724638/steve-mcqueen-meyers-manx-bonhams-auction/

    Buggies are still big in...
  17. Thread: Piper Cub

    by cyclepath
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    Re: Piper Cub

    A fun video. Thanks for posting.

    Generally, civil aircraft must maintain an altitude of not less than 500' above the terrain, with higher limits in populated and other specified areas. The one...
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    Re: My little garden makeover

    Very nice! That is a very tranquil and inviting garden space.

    We refer to these as back yards, reserving the term garden for collections of flowers and vegetable plants.

    I would be living in...
  19. Thread: what's this?

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    Re: what's this?

    I wonder if this is a Triumph Werke Nurnberg engine. I did not realize that the guy who started Triumph was from Germany, and set up a plant at Nuremberg that produced twingle models among others....
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    Re: Sturgis Rex Riders?

    Hella good year for clover out here, so bees been busy. I got nailed a couple weeks ago on inside of my arm, where they take blood. When i looked down, bee was gone but sting held on. Brushed it off...
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    Re: Denatured Alcohol illegal in CA!?

    Only California would require ETOH in motor fuels while banning it for home improvement. How can you make shellac work without ethanol?

    Could you substitute Everclear cut to whatever strength is...
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    Re: Iiiiiiiit's time for: TOOL PORN!

    Or you can google vessel flexible screwdriver and come up with an Amazon option which seems a bit pricey https://www.amazon.com/Vessel-121561-820FX-4-Ratchet-Screwdriver/dp/B001VB1KJM

    or this...
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    Re: Sturgis Rex Riders?

    Great roads, but many bikes ridden by aging operators during the rally. Fun to hang out with others but if you want to max out enjoyment of the mountain roads, other times are less likely to involve...
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    Re: Iiiiiiiit's time for: TOOL PORN!

    Thanks for the reminder--should have picked up JIS drivers long ago. Next best time is now. I'm going for a funky flip-bit driver that says it's made in Japan, but who really knows?...
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    Re: I'm baaaaaack!

    Always happy to have another old-timer return. Welcome!
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