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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    2 Years later... still checking in occasionally.
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    Thought I would just dig up this thread from the grave and let you all know I check in once in a while. LOL!
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    Look what followed me home.

    Picked it up a couple weeks ago and got it installed over the course of the week. It is sweet!

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    Glad to see us back online!

    I have missed this place A LOT!
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    Re: Anyone here play with molding plastics?

    You can make a buck from another material and mold it off of that. I am actually looking at duplicating an existing piece. :)
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    Anyone here play with molding plastics?

    I have a couple of projects that I want to work on so I started looking into molding plastics at home and it looks pretty simple. I was curious if anyone here has done it.

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    Re: What happened to the forums?

    I am still here. I am super busy, but check in once in a while. :)
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    Looking for a cheap 36" cabinet

    I want to find a low cost 36 inch wide tool cabinet. I am going to use it as a sink base in my garage bathroom. It does not need to be great quality, I just don't want to spend a fortune on it....
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    Re: best way to cut this

    When I am cutting metal or concrete with a circular saw, I just buy the cheapest (harbor freight) blades. I have purchased name brand ones and they wear away just as quickly.
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    Re: best way to cut this

    I think it really depends on how clean you want the cuts to be.

    The circular saw will do it (eventually) but you are going to go through a boat load of blades and throw a ton of sparks.

    Plasma...
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    Re: Anyone else getting errors on load?

    Turning off the Daylight Savings Time option seems to have fixed the issue. Very strange indeed.

    I don't think it is a cookie cache issue as it followed me from my old laptop to my new one.
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    Re: Anyone else getting errors on load?

    The strange part is, it is failing on the process that adjusts the user account for daylight savings time. I went into my profile and disabled DST to see if it works, but I will have to wait 24 hours...
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    Anyone else getting errors on load?

    Every time I load the site I am getting a load error. I have to try and load it multiple times before it shows. I load it from a shortcut on my browser shortcut bar.

    It happened with my old laptop...
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    Re: Battery tab spot welder

    Pretty sweet. Something I never considered. Definitely keep us posted.
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    NEW 2009 SRT8 Challenger sells for $29.1K

    This was posted to my car club website and I wanted to post it here for googles benefit.


    http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/f5/new-2009-srt8-challenger-sells-29-1k-34598/
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    Re: My Garage and My Introduction

    There are 2 outside panels, 2 inside on the first floor, one up stairs and 2 in the detached garage. So 7 total.

    I have 16 out side receptacles on the house and at a later date I will be adding...
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    Re: My Garage and My Introduction

    Wow, I have not updated this thread in a long time!

    I was going to just do an update about the electrical, but first, here is a photo of the outside of the house:...
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    Happy Birthday Wyoming! (Not the state!)

    Have a great day! Hope you get some good gifts.
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    Re: Nail Gun Rebuild?

    OK, kit FINALLY arrived. I tore the nailer down and rebuilt it. Not bad. One of the new o-rings was not correct, but thankfully the original one was fine.

    The o-ring on the piston was REALLY bad....
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    Re: hardware storage

    I am not sure why people are hesitant to build anything with wood. It does not make you less of a man, nor is it inferior. Wood is plenty strong (we do build houses with it. LOL!)

    The plywood...
  21. Re: New Home Construction - the do's and don'ts thread

    The system is the Vangard Manabloc system. (They have sold to a company called something like Viega now. But search for Manabloc and you will find it. It is also available through my local Lowes now,...
  22. Re: New Home Construction - the do's and don'ts thread

    PEX is a great plumbing option. I pulled the whole house by myself in about 3 days.

    http://www.houseofshelton.com/gallery2/d/22440-4/IMG_0408.JPG
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    Re: Nail Gun Rebuild?

    I will post back after I get my kit. I think the most important thing is keeping everything clean during reassembly. (Like most things.)
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    Re: Nail Gun Rebuild?

    I ordered both the re-ring kit (all the o-rings) and the trigger kit. The air leaks around the trigger, but I am just going to rebuild the whole thing.
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    Nail Gun Rebuild?

    Anyone here ever rebuild an pneumatic nail gun? I need to rebuild my framing nailer and I am curious how tough of a job it is going to be. Seems to be a common issue with the Dewalt unit I have. I...
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