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  1. The reason that I thought "magnet" was that I...

    The reason that I thought "magnet" was that I remembered this thread on another forum where they chased a mystery chainsaw problem. http://opeforum.com/threads/troublesome-ms660.3086/
  2. Yes, I’m just guessing. The OP says that he has...

    Yes, I’m just guessing. The OP says that he has the answer, so we’ll see what he says.
  3. Where is Lakeside53 when you need him? I’ll...

    Where is Lakeside53 when you need him?

    I’ll guess a bad magnet on the flywheel..

    The guys on this forum will likely have the correct answer in short order:

    www.opeforum.com
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    Wiha makes quality T-handled hex/allen wrenches ...

    Wiha makes quality T-handled hex/allen wrenches

    https://www.wihatools.com/hex-tools
  5. I've had good luck sourcing woodworking...

    I've had good luck sourcing woodworking bits/blades/shaper heads from Rockler - might be worth a phone call or e-mail

    http://www.rockler.com/
  6. Here is one of John Stevenson’s threads - not...

    Here is one of John Stevenson’s threads - not sure if this was the one that Magicinger was thinking of...


    http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net/threads/43811-Acetal-Ball-Screw-nuts
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    Thanks, Paul, for the photos of the Casselman...

    Thanks, Paul, for the photos of the Casselman River bridge - I grew up two miles from Grantsville, and spent many hours marveling at its construction. The story is that the designer, on the night...
  8. Thread: tin

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    One possible source is rotometals.com - they...

    One possible source is rotometals.com - they carry bullet-making supplies, and may also have tin. No idea if their prices are reasonable.
  9. Thread: Sir John

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    A tribute from a non-machinist... I'm a civil...

    A tribute from a non-machinist...

    I'm a civil engineer - when I work in tenths and thousandths, we're talking feet, not inches or millimeters. I have never been, and never will be, a machinist. ...
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    I've been around several construction projects...

    I've been around several construction projects where it has been used, but never paid attention to the details of the bevels. Perhaps the specifications on this site would help?
    ...
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    +1 on Lu47Dan - check around locally with...

    +1 on Lu47Dan - check around locally with contractors that install sanitary sewer mains; I'm not sure that you'll find a wall thickness equal to SCH 80 (SDR 35 or SDR 26 would be more likely in sewer...
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