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21. Re: [Shop-talk] Other options for metal steps (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 21:02:02 -0400
My inclination, given my vast experience in this area (I've never done this or anything like it,) would be to use a wire brush, apply phosphoric acid and paint with a sand-filled epoxy. Donald. _____
/html/shop-talk/2008-03/msg00195.html (8,237 bytes)

22. Re: [Shop-talk] resistance (tong type) spot welders (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2008 20:12:41 -0400
Trick (if I remember correctly) with MIG is to remember that voltage equates to penetration. If you are penetrating too much, drop the voltage back and see if the process is less like the plasma cut
/html/shop-talk/2008-04/msg00038.html (9,343 bytes)

23. Re: [Shop-talk] Head studs (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 04 May 2008 21:43:45 -0400
If the studs penetrate into the cooling system, Permatex would be the appropriate coating, otherwise I'd just put anti-sieze on them. Better they not stick than stick too tight. IMO. But Loctite blu
/html/shop-talk/2008-05/msg00058.html (7,498 bytes)

24. Re: [Shop-talk] john deere lawn tractors? (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 05 May 2008 21:00:53 -0400
Back when I had money and a [teeny] bit of land I owned a Gravely walk-behind with a 42 inch deck. Never a hiccough, all lube points readily identifiable, easy to drive and maintain. Only problem I e
/html/shop-talk/2008-05/msg00071.html (9,263 bytes)

25. Re: [Shop-talk] water filter for blast cabinet (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Fri, 09 May 2008 22:52:04 -0400
You need to reduce the velocity and turbulence of the air entering the bucket. Best ways are: 1. reduce air flow. Use a smaller outlet pipe (or choke the one you have installed) until the droplets st
/html/shop-talk/2008-05/msg00127.html (8,898 bytes)

26. Re: [Shop-talk] electrical question (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 17:39:25 -0400
My thought - as long as the water pipe is reasonably well grounded, you should have no need for a GFI or AFI. Plastic pipe doesn't count. Donald. _______________________________________________ Suppo
/html/shop-talk/2008-05/msg00243.html (7,103 bytes)

27. Re: [Shop-talk] Car suspension repair: Concern over heat effect on (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2008 08:03:04 -0400
I'd be fearful of the heat affecting the temper of the bar. Especially if it rare, I wouldn't do it. A safer alternative would be using a filled epoxy (something like J.B.Weld) applied instead of the
/html/shop-talk/2008-06/msg00017.html (8,962 bytes)

28. Re: [Shop-talk] Nova - PBS show (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 21:00:05 -0400
The good thing about new designs is that the vehicle dissipates and redirects all the energy and the occupants walk away. I do know that carbon fiber is a very strong fiber and with proper adhesives
/html/shop-talk/2008-07/msg00223.html (10,208 bytes)

29. Re: [Shop-talk] 2 by's for truck ramp (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 20:14:26 -0400
20% almost exactly. Accurately, it'll be 11.625/9.625 or 21.1% (not counting variation in the lumber.) On the other hand, a 2x4 on edge under a 2x10 will _add_ (1.625/9.625)*(3.625^2)/(1.625^2)) or 1
/html/shop-talk/2008-08/msg00194.html (10,295 bytes)

30. Re: [Shop-talk] recessed triangular screw heads (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 22:47:50 -0400
"No user servicable parts inside" is a challenge to me. Bring it on! (Also good for giving the lawyers fits. I'm sure a lot of it is "well, if they can use a household tool to disassemble it, they wi
/html/shop-talk/2008-09/msg00195.html (8,622 bytes)

31. Re: [Shop-talk] Still building, even in the desert (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 21:00:24 -0500
I finally took a moment to visit your blog space. Keep up the good work. You are all in our thoughts. (BTW, my nephew just shipped to Iraq with the USMC. Keep the US's best feet forward for us!) Don
/html/shop-talk/2008-11/msg00151.html (7,477 bytes)

32. Re: [Shop-talk] Dishwasher motor (was Epoxy recommendation) (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 01 Feb 2009 20:23:02 -0500
I think you'll have to do the experiment and let us all know. Donald. _______________________________________________ Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html Shop-talk mailing list http://au
/html/shop-talk/2009-02/msg00002.html (8,466 bytes)

33. Re: [Shop-talk] Mailbox to end all mailboxes (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2009 01:54:21 +0000 (UTC)
I've been following this thread since the beginning. I have the opposite problem - the snow plow operators stay a good 3 feet away from our mail box. Meaning the snow is well and thoroughly piled up
/html/shop-talk/2009-06/msg00176.html (8,826 bytes)

34. Re: [Shop-talk] Mailbox to end all mailboxes (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 10:51:42 +0000 (UTC)
Sorry, Eric, but IE is not "the industry standard," just a common browser. HTML-4 is the standard, promulgated and controlled by the w3c. <http://www.w3.org/> and especially <http://www.w3.org/TR/htm
/html/shop-talk/2009-06/msg00228.html (11,315 bytes)

35. Re: [Shop-talk] sigh...now the pool PUMP is out (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 00:45:33 +0000 (UTC)
In the interests of getting you back to the poor wee beastie, I would suggest you look for a thermal cutout in the motor. Should be a press-to-reset button, likely red (ask someone to help if you ar
/html/shop-talk/2009-07/msg00097.html (9,450 bytes)

36. Re: [Shop-talk] work boots (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 00:26:48 +0000 (UTC)
I'm a big fan of Red Wing boots. Tough, good size choices, good looking, tough and come in a variety of styles and weights. Bought mine right in Chelsea (MI) at Vogel's and Foster's (in the trade sin
/html/shop-talk/2009-07/msg00114.html (8,018 bytes)

37. Re: [Shop-talk] mower engine issue (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 02:29:02 +0000 (UTC)
The rod is the connection from the governor to the throttle. It's probably oscillating because there is no load on the engine, but it might be the spark plug or poor mixture. The spring won't provide
/html/shop-talk/2009-08/msg00087.html (11,512 bytes)

38. Re: [Shop-talk] mower engine issue (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 10:54:22 +0000 (UTC)
It's that complex because it's application is supposed to be a constant-speed application; as are also generators, welders, pumps, and most applications for small engines, for that matter. Engines ar
/html/shop-talk/2009-08/msg00090.html (9,874 bytes)

39. Re: [Shop-talk] Organizing nails and screws (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 01:57:53 +0000 (UTC)
I use plastic peanut butter jars (I think they are JIf, clear ones with red lids.) Stored down-side up, it's easy to see what (approximately) is in them, and they pack easily and are tough. And many
/html/shop-talk/2009-09/msg00046.html (7,576 bytes)

40. Re: [Shop-talk] stripping large wire (score: 1)
Author: Donald H Locker <dhlocker@comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 01:54:28 +0000 (UTC)
A utility knife with a hook blade can be used to cut the insulation parallel to the lay of the wires, then fold the flap of insulation back and use the hook blade around. HTH, Donald. -- Original Me
/html/shop-talk/2009-09/msg00115.html (9,112 bytes)


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