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    Not out if a production shop .. that might just be very fine equipment.
    Do you have a helper, that has any experience, be a big plus.

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    This is gonna be fun! For us, you? Not so much, till they are landed. Do you have a photographer handy, makes it better for us

    Exciting day for you may friend. I hope all goes well. J
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glug View Post
    I believe it is spelled Nucular.
    I'm usually pretty good at spelling, that is embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 754 View Post
    Not out if a production shop .. that might just be very fine equipment.
    Do you have a helper, that has any experience, be a big plus.
    I have no local friends. Was used in a research environment, which gives me a lot of hope.

    Quote Originally Posted by JRouche View Post
    This is gonna be fun! For us, you? Not so much, till they are landed. Do you have a photographer handy, makes it better for us

    Exciting day for you may friend. I hope all goes well. J
    My wife is not enjoying it, and I am certainly not enjoying the prep for it. However, after it is all said and done, I won't buy another machine any other way. No more big purchases for a while, next one will be a F150. I need a truck in my life.

    Today I bought a cordless tigersaw, 10x10 pop up tent, and exchanged my straps for the hook type which works better with the trailer. Still have to build the pallet for the SG. My wife had me do stuff with the family which caused delays in the prep.

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    Oh yeh, also bought a pallet jack. Unloading it from the van, the handle clobbered me pretty good in the head. No blood so it's ok. That's what my four year old says anyhow.
    Pick up the Uhaul pickup again tomorrow morning for final prep day. Will leave early Monday to get there by 10am. Can't wait for all the unknowns to no longer be unknowns. That's what really sucks about doing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glug View Post
    I believe it is spelled Nucular.
    Is that how you spell it in the US? Over here its nuclear.
    'It may not always be the best policy to do what is best technically, but those responsible for policy can never form a right judgement without knowledge of what is right technically' - 'Dutch' Kindelberger

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    Quote Originally Posted by RB211 View Post
    My wife had me do stuff with the family which caused delays in the prep.
    Well,on the bright side,one day the kids will be old enough to help Dad move machine tools around.
    I just need one more tool,just one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard P Wilson View Post
    Is that how you spell it in the US? Over here its nuclear.
    Yes but you spell color funny too. :-)
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    Am I missing something? The US spells nuclear 'nuclear' (and as far as I know, so does every English speaker). People frequently mispronounce it as nucular, and perhaps try to spell it phonetically.

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    Nucular isn't a word (yet), but might soon be due to it's regular mis-use in lieu of the correct word, nuclear.
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