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341. Re: Sand Blasters (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 21 Aug 1998 19:15:32 -0500
Roland speculated: Around Southern Calif, so far as I have found, sand blasting like that would run closer to $30 per item, rather than per truckload -- maybe $15 each if you dicker. Plastic media bl
/html/shop-talk/1998-08/msg00165.html (7,710 bytes)

342. Re: Brush Painting (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jul 1998 14:56:14 -0500
I took my clue from the Carrol Smith series on race car prep, tune, design etc. He reccommends Zynolyte rattlecan spray epoxy. I tried it and it's just like he says: so much better than any other rat
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00009.html (7,818 bytes)

343. Re: Brush Painting (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 1998 14:17:28 -0500
An area chain of builder's supply stores, "Foxworth-Galbraith's Lumber Company" stocks it and I have found that the "Zynolyte" company is one of four companies operation under the parenthood of "Stan
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00018.html (8,737 bytes)

344. Re: polishing stainless (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 1998 21:10:06 -0500
If you have a cloth or felt buff in your Dremel all you need is some white rouge polishing compound. Jewelers may have it, Eastwood ( lists it for 5 or 6 bucks, lifetime sup
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00020.html (7,607 bytes)

345. Re: Parts/Dish Washer Machine (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 1998 18:55:56 -0500
What's to worry about the seals? If the fumes from the Varsol don't explode from switch-sparking, the heating element will cause it to detonate and you'll be dead and/or homeless anyway! Tony
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00047.html (7,638 bytes)

346. Re: Lining material for tool drawers (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 13:37:54 -0500
Various tool suppliers sell lining material but it is usually dark colored foam-type stuff and, I know from prior experience, that a white liner or paint makes it 4 or 5 times easier for these old ey
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00064.html (8,649 bytes)

347. Re: Cleaning Shop Rags (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 13:59:20 -0500
A friend's shop and house both burned down from what the fire department said was an exothermal reaction from a pile of dirty shop rags; I've been kind of paranoid ever since. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00092.html (8,951 bytes)

348. Texas Harbor Freight - NLC (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 19:06:57 -0500
It had to happen: next week, North Texas is getting it's very own Harbor Freight store . . . what took them so long? . . . . The established epicenter of societal evolution deserves the very best of
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00102.html (7,004 bytes)

349. Re: Painting garage floors (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 19:05:07 -0500
Griot's Garage 800 345 5789 - $55 a gallon - covers 150 sq. ft takes 2 coats - $700 for 1000 sq ft. I bet it's great but too pricey for this kid. Tony Yet another question about garage floor painting
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00109.html (8,124 bytes)

350. Re: Welders (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1998 19:01:55 -0500
Did either of these two items come from "Toys R Us" or carry the "Barbie" logo? Tony
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00129.html (6,895 bytes)

351. Re: cutting masnoite (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 01:11:07 -0500
Benn there done that . . . A really good thin-back scroll blade in a variable speed sabre saw does pretty well; practice the speed on scraps. If that doesn't hack it, sandwich your "curvy" parts betw
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00143.html (7,487 bytes)

352. Re: Drill sharpener (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 16:28:19 -0500
I donno about that brand . . . I've used one of the kind that you mount on the bench top next to your bench grinder for about 15 years tho', and it works well if I keep a good straight fine grind whe
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00158.html (7,346 bytes)

353. Re: shop fans (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 16:40:08 -0500
There's an outfit named GRAINGER'S that'll have what you want if anyone does . . . do a "search" for their site or address. Tony
/html/shop-talk/1998-07/msg00159.html (7,793 bytes)

354. Re: Re[2]: drying air from a compressor (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 10:27:16 -0500
inside Wait just a minute! I hooked up my 20 CFM compressor intake to my 8 CF fridge and it only took 30 seconds for it to suck my Frigidare flat as a flounder, beer went everywhere! :-) Tony
/html/shop-talk/1998-06/msg00033.html (8,372 bytes)

355. Welding gas tanks (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 1998 15:04:00 -0500
For what it's worth: I own my tanks for oxygen, acetylene & argon/co2 . . . for the same reason as Miller; I didn't want to pay rent forever - especially since my gas use is small. I recently exchang
/html/shop-talk/1998-06/msg00076.html (7,041 bytes)

356. Re: painting galvanized material (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 1998 15:18:14 -0500
John asked: the proper Facing a similar project a couple of years ago, I asked in the paint department of a building supply supermarket and they immediately whipped out a primer product made especial
/html/shop-talk/1998-06/msg00079.html (7,308 bytes)

357. Re: Painting brake drums (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 1998 23:47:39 -0500
to ability? Ken, I've found a product which should be perfect for rusty brake drums. It's "Rust Prime" from Balandis Chemical Co in Houston. It's actually a phosphoric acid solution with some wettin
/html/shop-talk/1998-06/msg00086.html (7,729 bytes)

358. Re: gas spill (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 23:47:19 -0500
Yeah, the gas tank WAS the cowl, actually. My high-school "ride" was a '29 "A" roadster and it always seeped gas around the steering column . . . I often visualized it ripping out and dumping about 5
/html/shop-talk/1998-05/msg00050.html (7,431 bytes)

359. Leak-Down Testing (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Wed, 20 May 1998 23:08:37 -0500
Can someone do a good job of explaining exactly how the leak-down instrument works? I've seen a diagram, I see that the air supply pressure bleeds through a small orifice on the way to the engine cyl
/html/shop-talk/1998-05/msg00081.html (7,667 bytes)

360. Re: Leak-Down Testing (score: 1)
Author: "Tony Clark" <>
Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 11:08:35 -0500
Thanks John; when I build a tester for myself, I think I'll include a provision to allow varying the orifice diameter unless I can find out that there is some "standard". Hmmmm, maybe I'll borrow a "
/html/shop-talk/1998-05/msg00084.html (8,988 bytes)

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