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Basement bathroom sump

I would like to (finally) comply with building code in our county by adding a sump in our basement floor to catch grey water from our shower, sink, stationary tubs, and black water from one toilet. ...
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With the help from this forum I'm feeling much...

With the help from this forum I'm feeling much better about my system. And I'm not intimidated any more.

One more question . . .
The existing wiring connections on the VCR are threaded coax (type...
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You guys are great - thanks. I spent some...

You guys are great - thanks.

I spent some time with my system today and I think I know more about what's going on out there. I think ;-)

Since the front TV (TV1), the rear TV (TV2) and the VCR...
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Thanks nap - does this mean that when I send a...

Thanks nap - does this mean that when I send a command from the remote controller in the rear bed room the IR signal is transmitted from the IR receiver in the bed room, through the coax, to both of...
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A wiring nghtmare - need help

I'm not sure if this belongs here or in the RV section but here goes.

I have a new-to-me motorhome with an entertainment center in the front and one TV in the rear bedroom. I'm just getting...
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Try Googling for a wiring diagram on the 7 wire...

Try Googling for a wiring diagram on the 7 wire system. There are standards for where each wire is to be connected. Of course you can develop your own wiring scheme but it's always nice to have a...
06-29-05, 07:02 PM
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Posted By Boogity

Those Titans are sure expensive!

Those Titans are sure expensive!
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Your welding bench is a great idea. If you can,...

Your welding bench is a great idea. If you can, don't go any lighter than 1/2" carbon steel. 3/4" to 1" is even better. The weight is a benifit because I'm sure you'll be using this bench for more...
06-19-05, 07:37 AM
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American made pick-up?

In 2000 I sold my pick-up and bought a Tahoe. The Tahoe has been great but I still have "pick-up withdrawl symptoms". :( So I'm in the market for a new truck.

I have test driven Ford, Dodge,...
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GWIZ - you say to stay away from the screw-in...

GWIZ - you say to stay away from the screw-in chucks. How are the better ones attached to the spindle? Keyed with setscrew?

When I'm checking the ways for wear, is it just a visual inspection...
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I think for my purposes a used one would be OK. ...

I think for my purposes a used one would be OK. However if the price is right a new one would always be an option.
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Hi Steve - I have a Hobart 175 MIG outfit that...

Hi Steve - I have a Hobart 175 MIG outfit that handles just about anything that I need here at my little farm. I weld everything from 20 ga. sheetmetal to 1/4" plate. The new models are pretty much...
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Need advice for buying a small lathe

I'm considering the purchase of a small metal lathe. I have always wanted one for my home workshop but I don't have any experience with a lathe (other than in school a million years ago).

I'm...
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You guys are great! The information you two guys...

You guys are great! The information you two guys provided is just enough to get me going again. Thanks.

I've been out of town for the past 10 days - that's why this reply has taken so long.
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Looking for a square tubing bender/roller

A long time ago there was a discussion on a hunting website that I go to about plans to build a home-brew square tubing bender. There was a guy who posted some pictures of one that he had made. ...
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Yeah Greg, it has one thumbscrew-like clamp on...

Yeah Greg, it has one thumbscrew-like clamp on each side in the rear. Back about as far as the main saw post. The thumbscrews are about 6" long and it looks like they would push the back, smaller,...
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Looking for radial arm saw "table" dimensions

I have recently inherited a 1971 Craftsman radial arm saw. It apears to be in excellent condition but there is no work surface "table" on it. It used to be my father-in-law's and I seem to...
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