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    Re: brainstorming for workbench ideas

    So it only took me forever to work on this. Cebby's idea about using the top for a base seems ok so far. I got double locking casters for it. Thanks for the idea!

    I'm still trying to decide about...
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    Re: Free Milwaukee Sawzall Blade

    got mine in the mail this week but haven't used it yet.
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    how does my raccoon measure up?

    Hope this is ok to share. Kind of gross, but weird enough that I gotta tell some people about it. This one hung himself in the tree out back. The split that his head is in is on the bottom of the...
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    sheetmetal project ideas

    I posted about finding several office desk units to use for the drawers for storage.

    Each unit had 4 sheet metal privacy panels. I've been trying to decide if I could use them for something, but I...
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    Re: electrical oops

    It is plastic.

    There is very little meat for the cement to hold the pipe together so I'm afraid it will break too easily.

    The up piece goes about 18 inches to the garage panel. The other end...
  6. Thread: electrical oops

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    electrical oops

    I'm pretty sure this falls into the don't category.

    I need help.

    I knocked into the conduit for my garage electrical service and it broke, right above an elbow. I dug it out some to see where...
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    Re: Why do I need a lathe?

    Take a look at the description of item 150085993808 on #b&y (completed item, yeah it sold)
    ;-)

    I kind of like the old machinery-look that it has.

    I'd seen that how to run a lathe book...
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    Re: Why do I need a lathe?

    I'm kind of asking this myself right now, except that I was browsing CL a few weeks ago on a Sunday when the wife was at work. Guy had several things fs. He's a contractor and seemed like he needed...
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    Re: What do you drive?

    06 Tacoma
    89 Dodge Ram 50
    78 SR500
    01 XLH
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    Re: Cheap "temporary" repair for a flat roof?

    Sounds like you aren't sure when your kitchen will move. I think I'd try to get something on the roof with some pitch. Around my house eventually is usually a long time from now!
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    Re: tips for repairing a fuel oil line

    Thanks guys.
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    tips for repairing a fuel oil line

    I have a fuel oil tank and fuel oil furnace. Between them is about 6' of copper tubing. It got whacked by someone working in the basement, and now it leaks at the inline filter. Not enough to see,...
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    Re: Changed Servers Last Night

    :clap: Thanks!
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    Re: Surprise, Big Time

    You've got a good story and a great family! Congratulations on both!
    Merry Christmas; enjoy your shop and your kids!!

    Tom
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    Re: brainstorming for workbench ideas

    Cebby,
    Thanks; I wasn't sure how many tops I would us as counters but using a top as a base is a great idea. The two tops and the castors would give me the height. I guess if I took it a step...
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    brainstorming for workbench ideas

    I read Stomper's post about building a bench and cart. That looks great.

    This is my first post. I have a two seperate single car garages, and a small shed workshop so I'm kind of spread out.

    I...
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