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    HI Group, That is exactly the answer that I...

    HI Group,

    That is exactly the answer that I needed paul, TX. Since the hole is oval on just one side (where the linkage is in tension) Yes the carb starts running bad and it is taking in air...
  2. Hi oldmart, Which one did you order and have...

    Hi oldmart,

    Which one did you order and have you installed it yet? A picture of this would be great, as I've come to the realization that even just the quill having a readout would make life a...
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    Hi Guys, Not to steal the tread or derail it,...

    Hi Guys,

    Not to steal the tread or derail it, but I've been thinking about a coax indicator to rebuild (SU British) carburetor shaft holes in the body of the carb. My question is, do these work to...
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    Hey TTT, Being a City guy could you show a...

    Hey TTT,

    Being a City guy could you show a picture of them in use? Those look like some real monsters if your working in ground that is so wet that you need those to drive the tractor.

    The...
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    Make it a Machine shop project and resize the...

    Make it a Machine shop project and resize the shaft to 1/4". surface grinder or a milling project? Me thinking outside of the box again ! ;)
    TX
    Mr fixit for the family
    Chris
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    Hey Group, This is all great advice. The...

    Hey Group,

    This is all great advice. The switching between screens was what I was after and I didn't know it was possible. When I get home after work tonight I will check it out.

    TX
    Mr fixit...
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    Hi Norman, That is the exact powerpoint that I...

    Hi Norman,

    That is the exact powerpoint that I want to be able to use at the same time as I work through learning how to use the program. It seems to be a good starter to learn from as I read...
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    Alibre trial of Atom 3D user question

    Hi Group,

    Trying my first CAD program on the recommendation of this months HSM, with a 6 month free subscription to the trial program Alibre Atom3D courtesy of George and Village Press,
    Thanks. ...
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    You are correct BC, just another idea, as I do...

    You are correct BC, just another idea, as I do tend to think outside of the box most of the time. :confused: This is a CDCO 4"- 4 jaw chuck for a dividing head to use once in a while. I was thinking...
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    Hey Guy's I mentioned my situation to a friend...

    Hey Guy's

    I mentioned my situation to a friend today that is a HSM guy too, he suggested, what about drilling the holes all the way through the chuck with a small drill and using a transfer punch...
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    Hello Group, Resurrecting an old post as an...

    Hello Group,

    Resurrecting an old post as an update and a second question. After a long time I've gotten back to the dividing head and the chuck backing plate. I tossed in the towel and had the...
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    Not knowing the exact situation of his industrial...

    Not knowing the exact situation of his industrial plant, we probably can assume that the line is larger than 1" and passes under pavement, concrete and soil. The one thing that we have done for...
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    Paul, Looks like you need to build a chipper...

    Paul,

    Looks like you need to build a chipper to grind that stuff! :rolleyes: Good job on tackling that big mess.

    TX
    Mr fixit for the family
    Chris :)
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    The first question is, does it have a nameplate...

    The first question is, does it have a nameplate that indicates if it is a Delta (^) or WYE (y) type of motor winding? Is this a dual voltage motor, or just 480v? The usual more modern 3ph motor has 9...
  15. Thanks Guys for the input. I will try the .023...

    Thanks Guys for the input.

    I will try the .023 and see how the 185 performs, hadn't thought about that since it's listed as a .030 and larger. Will have to see if nozzles can be had first..

    I...
  16. Hi Dan, Good advise, something that I had not...

    Hi Dan,

    Good advise, something that I had not considered. Will give it a try in a couple of days, got to still work for a living:p. Yes the settings are just a ratio of the transformer taps, so I...
  17. Forgot that parameter, both machines have .030 in...

    Forgot that parameter, both machines have .030 in them at this time. I do run .024 in the smaller machine on thin or rusted sheet metal as you never know what your up against.

    Look forward to...
  18. Miller MIG 185 old style "1997" Sheet metal welding question

    Hi Group,

    I've had a miller 135 MIG 120v machine for a few years and it has served me well. Auto sheet metal repair and smaller steel projects. Home hobbiest type of welding.
    This weekend I...
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    From the UK site picture, the badge might be...

    From the UK site picture, the badge might be under the power switch box? What a great find. Do let us know where your from, even if it's just the continent, it helps for the group to help you with...
  20. You Guys are awesome ! This is just what I...

    You Guys are awesome ! This is just what I needed. The switch idea is OUT and I have ordered the TC couplers for the K type of TC which is what I'm using.

    Problem solved, and I thank you all for...
  21. OT? PID controller TC connection question

    Hi Group,

    I have a DIY built powder coating oven that I'm getting ready to use for a tool restoration. The oven is 6' tall and 2' square.
    I'm planning on dividing the cabinet in half with a...
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    metalmagpie, Something I learned many years...

    metalmagpie,

    Something I learned many years ago working in bicycle shops was, they had a lead cap that they crimped on the end to keep the brake or shifting cable from fraying, so over the years...
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    Google Imperial Brass no 144-H, it says it is a...

    Google Imperial Brass no 144-H, it says it is a oil burner strainer that has a psi rating of 25Lbs. It makes sense with the flare fittings and the petcock valve along with flow. If you open the...
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    I have a food strainer, the kind that is wire...

    I have a food strainer, the kind that is wire mesh and a handle, I put the small parts in it and just shake it around as I blast it, works for bolts and other smalls all the time, very effective....
  25. Hey Mark R, Can you give some details as to...

    Hey Mark R,

    Can you give some details as to the design of your dust collector? It looks like it has most of the parts that I have saved on the shelf to make one, and I'm in the process of needing...
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