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    Thanks for the reply,Wes! Best of luck to you!

    Thanks for the reply,Wes! Best of luck to you!
  2. An interesting situation. A non-issue for me, not...

    An interesting situation. A non-issue for me, not feeling vulnerable, without electric/autonomous vehicle. Also too old to envision being forced into this situation. However, it does give a new...
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    Yup, you're gonna love it, but remember, that if...

    Yup, you're gonna love it, but remember, that if you're burning those kind of calories you WILL have to adjust your intake. Don't ask me how I know......
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    Sticky: Tee slot extrusion from woodcraft? I do like...

    Tee slot extrusion from woodcraft? I do like this! I'm so inept at the grinding game. Still trying to sort it all out! Among my treasures, I have a Federal tenths indicator, I think I have found a...
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    Thanks for the link. I won't make the auction,...

    Thanks for the link. I won't make the auction, living in Oregon. I always wonder what the other guys shops look like. Looks like Jim left for the evening, and never came back.
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    Check out ebay and others for a king pin reamer....

    Check out ebay and others for a king pin reamer. JC Whitney used to have them for specific applications. The model A suppliers should have some for common apps. There are also adjustable blade...
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    Well, looks like you'll be pissed whatever...

    Well, looks like you'll be pissed whatever solution you choose. May as well get someone else.
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    Joe, that's a real problem. I've seen fair...

    Joe, that's a real problem. I've seen fair success solving puzzles a lot like this. Just send the lot to me, I'm sure, given time, I can help you out. PM me for my address, and send the lot to me....
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    Semi OT, anyone know about Wes?

    It's been awhile since I've seen anything from Weston Bye. Hopefully he's fine..
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    It's called submerged arc. We had one back in the...

    It's called submerged arc. We had one back in the day used to build up crankshafts. The powdered "flux" is fed from a hopper, around the electrode, which is a wire. What isn't melted onto the weld is...
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    I built one for my tablesaw maybe 10 years ago. I...

    I built one for my tablesaw maybe 10 years ago. I used UHMW and used flathead screws, 6-32 IIRC. Been holding fine.
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    Went to the monthly meeting of the Mid Valley...

    Went to the monthly meeting of the Mid Valley Model Engineers. Great bunch of guys
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    OT: heros of your youth

    After Dad passed away in 1967, when I had just turned 14, there were a few men who stepped up to help me out. After all these years, all have passed. They were all great guys, and I miss them. Dad...
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    Lew, I wish we were closer, If you ever come to...

    Lew, I wish we were closer, If you ever come to western Oregon, let me know you're invited for a shop visit.

    Thanks, TC
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    I hope Jerry's blood pressure is okay. It must...

    I hope Jerry's blood pressure is okay. It must have gone up when someone challenged him. Too bad, he had a lot to offer, and I wish him the best over in PM land.

    I've been here since the...
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    Least used machines

    I didn't want to hijack the most used tools thread, so here we go: This is about the machine that you use the least. I have lots of tools that haven't been used for many years, and some that will...
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    No doubt a tie between my 4x6 bandsaw, and my...

    No doubt a tie between my 4x6 bandsaw, and my homebuilt 1x42" belt sander. I have been de-burring all parts cut from stock, since I got fed up with seeing my own blood.
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    Salmon fishing on the Oregon Coast. Lost 1 caught...

    Salmon fishing on the Oregon Coast. Lost 1 caught none.....Buddy Jerry got 4 decent crabs. I'm having clam chowder for dinner. I made it yesterday, always better the second day!
  19. The bore size will be the size of the ram. At...

    The bore size will be the size of the ram. At least it has been on the ones that I have resealed over the years.
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    Yup. It's been a few years since I've been that...

    Yup. It's been a few years since I've been that far north. I need to visit again. The west coast has some beautiful places!
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    I get mine at Coyote Steel in (I think) 10 foot...

    I get mine at Coyote Steel in (I think) 10 foot lengths. They're located in Eugene, Oregon
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    My friend Dennis has a HLVH clone. I have never...

    My friend Dennis has a HLVH clone. I have never ran the real one but this one is sweet, he likes it. He has some at his shop, so knows how the real thing works. I have a few hours on the clone, and...
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    Make sure the gearbox vent is open

    Make sure the gearbox vent is open
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    I'm wondering what is the size of the lathe, and...

    I'm wondering what is the size of the lathe, and horsepower? I have some inserts that look very similar. I'll have to dig them out, and look them over.
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    Sticky: Yup. A nice hunk of iron. What kind of lathe is...

    Yup. A nice hunk of iron. What kind of lathe is this?
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