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21. Re: welders MIG vs. TIG (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2004 22:16:31 -0500
The Henrob runs at about 4 psi, and the small Smith torch that I have can also run at that pressure. However, the Henrob flame is softer, more gentle, for any given flame size. I still have difficul
/html/shop-talk/2004-12/msg00185.html (8,934 bytes)

22. Seasonal Cottage Plumbing (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2004 09:12:20 -0500
I have a 3-season cottage in Northwestern Connecticut (Bethlehem) where I experience freezing problems with the plumbing, due to my desire to extend the season as much as I can. Ultimately, I plan to
/html/shop-talk/2004-11/msg00012.html (7,947 bytes)

23. Re: Car wheel dollies (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 23:07:31 -0500
I, too, bought the HF dollies, a set of 4. I found that my 1986 Mustang is easier to move on these things than a Sprite weighing, what, 1600 pounds? More weight seems to make the wheels swivel better
/html/shop-talk/2004-11/msg00042.html (7,455 bytes)

24. Re: Adjustable reamers (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 13:43:26 -0500
I have a set I got from HF and I haven't yet figured out how to make them work.
/html/shop-talk/2004-11/msg00060.html (7,024 bytes)

25. Re: small engine repair (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 06 Oct 2004 17:06:26 -0400
It may not have any electronics. On a Sears mower that I have, I had a no start condition and I made the same discovery you did. What I also found, though, was that as a result of hitting lots of roc
/html/shop-talk/2004-10/msg00041.html (7,779 bytes)

26. Re: New Idea for flooring (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 06 Oct 2004 17:12:07 -0400
Yea, I guess those little kids on the playground kept causing fires when they tried to snuff out their cigarettes.
/html/shop-talk/2004-10/msg00042.html (7,739 bytes)

27. Re: More on hot tub plumbing repair... (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 12:02:34 -0400
My swimming pool is going on 25 years now and the PVC and black plastic (can't remember what that's called) has held up without incident, at least as far as chlorine is concerned. The only deteriorat
/html/shop-talk/2004-10/msg00063.html (7,819 bytes)

28. Re: cutting torch or?? (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 09:51:26 -0400
I have a torch, but far prefer mechanical means to cut up car pieces. Granted, I don't do one per month, but I have found the sawzall to be more predictable and safer. Another tool you can add to you
/html/shop-talk/2004-10/msg00078.html (8,979 bytes)

29. Re: cutting torch or?? (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 23:40:34 -0400
But not a good proposition, since: "...driven by a young woman who pretty much matched the car." Down, big fella.....
/html/shop-talk/2004-10/msg00085.html (7,746 bytes)

30. Re: Trailer Floor (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 13:26:28 -0400
I didn't want to add any weight to my trailer (would decrease payload capacity) so I stained my floor with an opaque oil based stain.
/html/shop-talk/2004-09/msg00222.html (7,590 bytes)

31. Copper Brake Lines (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 05 Aug 2004 13:51:23 -0400
I'm interested in your collective wisdom and thoughts about using copper tubing for brake lines in automobiles. I met a fellow car club member Tuesday night who extolled the virtues of using copper b
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00039.html (7,714 bytes)

32. Re: Copper Brake Lines (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 05 Aug 2004 22:32:41 -0400
Thank you all for the information. This confirms what I believed, that copper is dangerous because it work hardens. But now, is there a way to identify what material I have on this car? Scraping a pi
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00053.html (10,018 bytes)

33. Re: belt sander for metal work (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 12:48:32 -0400
Not that I have personal experience with this, but a friend of mine built a belt sander specifically for doing metal work, in his case, for shaping knife blades for custom knives. It's a long belt an
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00147.html (8,063 bytes)

34. Re: gutters (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 09:47:19 -0400
I have had a Gutter Helmet system on my house for a year and a half now and it as promised. An interesting limitation, however, is that in very light rain, as in a heavy mist, there isn't enough wate
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00160.html (7,522 bytes)

35. Generator help (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 12:41:56 -0400
I just picked up a swap meet special, a small Coleman generator of 5.5 HP size, capable according to the ID plate of producing 2250 watts. It runs and will drive small electrical loads (only brief fi
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00172.html (6,883 bytes)

36. Re: Framing nailers, HF or other (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 13:57:41 -0400
I bought a HF framing nailer that uses slanted sticks of nails. It has worked well, but I suspect not as well as the pro models. Some of it may be the user. I'm a little timid with it. Biggest proble
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00175.html (9,010 bytes)

37. Finish Nailers, was, Re: Framing nailers, HF or other (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 22:20:08 -0400
I don't know about HF, but I do have experience with Porter Cable from Home Depot. There is (was? I got this in 1998) a large model with straight sticks that went up to a 2.5 inch nail. To get to the
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00189.html (8,318 bytes)

38. Re: Good Grief, what next...no LBC content (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2004 23:31:51 -0400
So, would that be a GOOD thing, or a BAD thing? Do they climb chairs AND kill?
/html/shop-talk/2004-07/msg00034.html (8,455 bytes)

39. Re: Blasting Sand (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 11:28:31 -0400
I have been getting glass bead and other specialty abrasives for my cabinet from TP. A friend of mine has family out that way and buys us a supply, sometimes at a sale, when he's out to visit. I have
/html/shop-talk/2004-07/msg00119.html (9,038 bytes)

40. Re: Sand media for sandblasting. (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2004 11:26:17 -0400
As others have described, I use both the drywall pails and cat litter buckets. But the real key to my success is that for outdoor pressure blasting, I use sand from a construction supplier. Really ch
/html/shop-talk/2004-06/msg00055.html (8,649 bytes)


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