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1. RE: rim rusted on utility trailer (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 23:12:17 -0400
Eastwood stocks it but I'm sure it's cheaper direct. I'll second the Kroil. Best I've ever used, but a pain to get, you have to phone or fax order to kano, only place you can get it.
/html/shop-talk/2005-08/msg00002.html (6,970 bytes)

2. Re: trailer deck - steel vs wood (score: 1)
Author: "" <>
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 18:44:59 -0000
I've had both. Currently P/T plank with perimeter tiedowns (2x4 pockets) and two rods at the front to hook chains/ratchet straps to. I move the planks to the side and hook chains/straps to the crossm
/html/shop-talk/2005-02/msg00128.html (6,859 bytes)

3. RE: Voice Over IP Phone Services (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2005 20:52:36 -0500 this over cable?
/html/shop-talk/2005-01/msg00051.html (7,784 bytes)

4. RE: quick generator help? (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 22:36:49 -0400
If it helps, you can run the diesels on just about any vegetable oil. It needs to be heated so it is thin, but that's pretty easy to take care of. Might be worth considering as all the fuel trucks hi
/html/shop-talk/2004-09/msg00004.html (8,128 bytes)

5. RE: quick generator help? (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 22:53:25 -0400
Multiply by the COS 60* (Or is that just for three phase) --Original Message-- From: []On Behalf Of Scott Hall Sent: Thursday, Sept
/html/shop-talk/2004-09/msg00007.html (8,005 bytes)

6. RE: RE: quick generator help? (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2004 09:09:41 -0400
That's why most Emergency generators have the essential loads wired through a disconnect switch. You only want what is "Essential" on the emergency buss, At the hospital I worked at the smallest of t
/html/shop-talk/2004-09/msg00013.html (8,321 bytes)

7. RE: pendant light fixture help? (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 17:13:36 -0400
Hang it and then use a hair drier on it. when you see them in stores and restaurants, the cords are always straight, but they come coiled in the box. so when you hang them the cords are wavy. you can
/html/shop-talk/2004-09/msg00024.html (7,180 bytes)

8. RE: hello? (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 17:46:40 -0400
It's alive and kicking. Some people hit reply instead of Reply-all so it goes to the individual instead of the list. Also, if you don't "Edit" your reply the server won't post it with all the crap th
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00062.html (7,189 bytes)

9. RE: greasey hands (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2004 11:54:26 -0400
I'd be careful how often you use this trick. You may end up developing a sensitivity to motor oil....and that would truely suck. Just came out of the garage and your hands are just caked with dirty o
/html/shop-talk/2004-08/msg00168.html (7,096 bytes)

10. RE: 5th wheel vrs goose neck (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 10:49:13 -0400
I have a 5th wheel that is held in with four pins so that, if I want to use the bed, I just pull the pins and remove the hitch. Not sure what Goosenecks are rated for . My 5th wheel is good upto 23K#
/html/shop-talk/2004-07/msg00019.html (7,767 bytes)

11. RE: water pressure, was:Re: Shallow well water pumps (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2004 09:39:15 -0400
Water head pressure is equal to 44#/100ft. Do you really want a 200ft tall tower next to your house? We run on 35-50# and it's fine. I had 90psi at the cabin and kept blowing up hoses and the pipes w
/html/shop-talk/2004-06/msg00049.html (10,593 bytes)

12. RE: Sand media for sandblasting. (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2004 09:40:41 -0400
I keep mine in a trash can. To dry wet sand, I put it in the wheelbarrow and set it out in the sun for a few hours.
/html/shop-talk/2004-06/msg00050.html (7,802 bytes)

13. RE: Pinstripe removal (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 19:41:30 -0400
Heat seems to work best. Try either direct sun or a blow drier. Both work fairly well. good day all; I have some pinstripes that have been on my truck for about 15 years. What is the best way to remo
/html/shop-talk/2004-06/msg00128.html (7,753 bytes)

14. Re: Steering Fluid in Brake System (score: 1)
Author: "Stevie_g" <>
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 18:20:32 -0000
I replaced the clutch in an S-10 a while ago and when I went to bleed the cylinders discovered a black, gooey mess. Upon interrogation the owner confessed to having refilled the cylinder with power s
/html/shop-talk/2004-05/msg00078.html (8,094 bytes)

15. RE: Gantry cranes....a follow-up (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2004 16:57:12 -0400
I'll stick to lowering the load with the ram. When you are under the car and the cable long before they find you? Sorry but one of the first rules in safety is don't stand (Lay) un
/html/shop-talk/2004-04/msg00048.html (8,054 bytes)

16. Equipment foundations (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 13:23:10 -0500
Any input on materials to use when grouting the foundation for a two post I'm stuck with an unlevel, broom finished concrete floor and have little faith in the plastic shims that came with the lift.
/html/shop-talk/2004-03/msg00144.html (6,904 bytes)

17. RE: OBD-II scan tools (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2003 09:00:21 -0500
It's not on your list but I've had good luck with the EZ-Link. I'm thinking about buying a scan tool for automotive diagnostic work. They have some that run on PCs or palms. The palm idea is intrigui
/html/shop-talk/2003-12/msg00008.html (8,057 bytes)

18. RE: OBD-II scan tools (score: 1)
Author: "Swamp Fox" <>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2003 11:04:05 -0500
$350 and up for the scan tool. $1500 and up for the laptop. I don't own a laptop and palms have had somewhat limited power until lately. My 2c, Steve I've been puzzled for years why there haven't bee
/html/shop-talk/2003-12/msg00010.html (7,954 bytes)

19. RE: copper or brass as a backer for weld filling? (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 11:54:07 -0500
I've had good luck with copper. For anything larger than 1/8" to 1/4" I'd use a filler patch. My 2c Steve --Original Message-- From: [
/html/shop-talk/2003-12/msg00050.html (8,523 bytes)

20. RE: copper or brass as a backer for weld filling? (score: 1)
Author: "SwampFox" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 14:20:29 -0500
Just flatten the end of a piece of copper tubing. Then you already have a handle attached. I would make a wood handle if you are filling many holes as it gets quite hot very quickly. Eastwood sells c
/html/shop-talk/2003-12/msg00055.html (8,296 bytes)

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