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    I am so tired of looking at posts three minutes...

    I am so tired of looking at posts three minutes apart on the same thread. Post counts was a good idea but quality of posts can suffer. How about a writing essay?

    "Why I like, love or want an...
  2. Thread: Pergola Project

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    Hey dgarnier The tarp currently holds a lot of...

    Hey dgarnier

    The tarp currently holds a lot of water between the framing work after every rain so I think it would become too heavy with snow and ice for the winter. The two by eights are 24"...
  3. Thread: Pergola Project

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    Pergola Project

    I decided I wanted to build a pergola for my back entrance that would provide some protection while Bar-B-Qing, the only exception is really cold days. Then the Bar-B-Q is moved right in front of the...
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    Hey DaveO Glad to hear (1) it was box...

    Hey DaveO

    Glad to hear (1) it was box construction and (2) a simple and doable fix. (their always the best!) From your chore list, in answer to your last question, Monday.
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    I am with DaveO, with less is more. Or keep it...

    I am with DaveO, with less is more. Or keep it simple. When I see those drop down step rails all I see is one expensive fix when they fail. No thanks. I also couldn't get audio. Unless I am mistaken...
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    Hey DaveO If it helps you are definitely not...

    Hey DaveO

    If it helps you are definitely not the first or last person who will have this problem. Depending on the design of your fridge you may need more room to allow spent heat to escape....
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    I am always surprised by how loyal people are to...

    I am always surprised by how loyal people are to a brand that has no interest or loyalty to them. Cars, motorcycles, welders, etc. I agree that most companies have shipped the manufacturing overseas...
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    Starvingartist Welcome (back) to the forum....

    Starvingartist

    Welcome (back) to the forum. There is an awesome contest on for new equipment. Entry is based upon the number of quality post we make within the contests confines. I highly...
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    My need for dry air is for my cup gun and sand...

    My need for dry air is for my cup gun and sand blasting cabinet. My concern with the chemical air dryers is with the excessive loss of CFM, unless u spend a lot of $$$ on a large volume commercial...
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    You can search around and may find an answer to...

    You can search around and may find an answer to your issue. Or just use the contact us link. These guys really do care about their customers. If you do call remember you may be one of fifty callers,...
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    Grizzly1944 Thanks for the link. For the...

    Grizzly1944

    Thanks for the link. For the little bit they are asking for those calculators I am going to order them up. I agree having a quick reference right in the shop is a huge benefit.
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    I have always used a leather jacket and gloves....

    I have always used a leather jacket and gloves. Not only protects when welding but also when grinding, cutting, etc.. I have never really thought much about the comfort part, I always lean towards...
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    Tough location to prepare metal. I wonder if...

    Tough location to prepare metal. I wonder if maybe a fish plate would have worked better in this application. Not my area of expertise, for structural over build is my motto!

    I see you got your...
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    Hey BigT welcome to the forum. A lot of really...

    Hey BigT welcome to the forum. A lot of really good people here so I am sure your going to like it. Everlast is also running a really amazing contest. I strongly recommend you check it out.
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    Count me in! I am at 79 posts. I am just ecstatic...

    Count me in! I am at 79 posts. I am just ecstatic to be in before wruehl, I think he's over 200 posts now! In fact I think I am going to send wruehl a private message right after this post. You know...
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    Welcome to the forum.

    Welcome to the forum.
  17. Thread: My Smoker

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    Of course you realize that if any of us see that...

    Of course you realize that if any of us see that trailer smoking down the highway we are following you home! Mmmmmmm steak.....
  18. Congratulations Ken! From your posts I know your...

    Congratulations Ken! From your posts I know your going to be putting your new equipment to good use. All the best.
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    Interesting approach. You must rip a lot of...

    Interesting approach. You must rip a lot of material to need a power feeder. (That or you love auctions too!) I actually agree with both of you. I made a stand to move my Unisaw with a 52" Biesemeyer...
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    Scooter that is a very nice design. Well thought...

    Scooter that is a very nice design. Well thought out and executed. A definite testament to your craftsmanship. My set up has all the refinement of a lumber wagon! Stupidly rugged and unrefined. A 4"...
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    From what I can see that trust was built for some...

    From what I can see that trust was built for some serious floor loading. That trust looks very similar ones we have in boiler room floors. They support a steel deck with a 4" concrete on top on 24"...
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    Hooda

    Glad to hear you are going to your doctor. I agree chest pains are not something to second guess.
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    I really like the idea of tying the pump and air...

    I really like the idea of tying the pump and air cooling into one unit. Definitely an idea I will use myself. I notice you added some extension blocks to the motor. Was it an air flow issue?
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    Woo Hoo! Got my sixty posts! More actually but I...

    Woo Hoo! Got my sixty posts! More actually but I but I spammed a spammer for three, so I didn't count any of those. Tried to make a point but either some people don't read the rules or sarcasm is...
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    A good reminder. I survived my near misses...

    A good reminder. I survived my near misses without a serious loss but the lesson was NEVER forgotten. Not a recommended way to learn. I am very thankful my son is very good about wearing PPE. As I...
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