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- Mon Mar 05, 2007 9:53 pm
- Forum: Small outboards
- Topic: TNT - how do I bend the chine logs
- Replies: 9
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we might laugh, but if it works and is easy, and you other people teases.leakcheck wrote:If I knew you guys wouldnt laugh at me I would post a picture of how I bent the rub rails around the sides of my tug boat...But I know better !!!
- Mon Jan 08, 2007 9:28 pm
- Forum: Glen-L RV's
- Topic: 30+ years and going strong
- Replies: 22
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you may want to check, on the 283 rebuild before you opt. for the 350. alot of times the car makers put the small c.i. motors in the trucks, for tourge reasons. higher tourge to hp ratio, then the larger motors. they built for hauling versies speed. like you said its a rv. i'm not a chevy expert, bu...
depends on when it was. they've changed names a few times. VEPCO, VA. power, now Dominon power. still owned by dominon resorses.Bill Edmundson wrote:I don't remember if it was Virginia Power or not. But, I was part of the team that designed Birchwood Power Station in Virginia.
my first son is making me a Grand-Dad I've warned my son about that, if he makes me a grandfather before I'm 50 I'll cut him out of my will! I'm 45 and not ready to be a father yet let alone a grandfather, and my son's nearly 26! graham so if your 45 and not ready to be a dad much less a grand, so ...
being in the heating and air business co is a big consern. when you run one of those heaters you have to have ventalation. i have installed what are called ventless gas logs in fireplaces, but if you read the directions it tells you to crack a window for fresh air. it may even tell you that with the...
- Wed Dec 13, 2006 8:21 pm
- Forum: Miscellaneous
- Topic: Is a houseboat suitable for the Loop
- Replies: 18
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all i know is that my dad did the great loop a few years ago, in a 46' trawler. he said he had some hairy moments on the great lakes, 6-8' seas, said he had a few come over the bow, and thats on a trawler. so make sure your desigh can handle those kind of seas. as far as the composting toilet, i bel...
i love the square drive they really are hard to strip out. i do heating and a/c, and electrical work for a living, and most of the electrical panel makers use square drive on the breaker screws, and they work great.
as i've stated before i plan to build the bo-jest. i was going though the customer photos, when i came across the bo-jest by Thomas Walli, it sayes he made the frames from 25mm plywood, it dosent say how it worked, but he may be one to ask, seince he's done it.
Eric that is great info. I think Fein or Freud or someone like that makes a really think kerf blade with a cooling feature...I think some of the cabinet guys I know use them on their panel saws. Here is the drill I have which is really awesome for a little tike: http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l1...
leakcheck thats the same thing i have just in the dewalt model. the 1/4" impact driver which i beleave raymacke was refuring to. i love it, and hes right i go out of my way to use it rather than my drill. and the quick change bit holder is nice to.