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Allure can technically be laid over most hard...

Allure can technically be laid over most hard surfaces. You will want to have it smoothed out underneath, though. You can take the time and fill in the gabs between the tile, or use another thin...
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Can't place noise under hood when revving (or increasing rpm's when cold)

I've been searching around trying to place this noise, but of course, there are so many different sounds that can come from an engine, I haven't had much luck.

I'm trying to figure out what the...
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Should we aquire this truck? (rough under power)

We are trying to trade our motorhome for a truck to tow with. It is older but in good shape. Someone offered us an '86 F350 with a 460 auto, but he said it idles fine but is rough under power.
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Pulling the whole assembly out is quite easy....

Pulling the whole assembly out is quite easy. Many say you need to take the whole housing off, but you don't have to. Even though that is quite easy, it is just another bunch of steps you don't have...
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The bracket mounts directly to the auger housing,...

The bracket mounts directly to the auger housing, above the auger pulley. There should have been a bolt to attach it to the housing.

Too dang cold to be bothered to go out and take a picture, so I...
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the hook should go in the hole closest to the...

the hook should go in the hole closest to the auger pulley. Put it in from the front side of the hole (the side facing the auger housing). I'm assuming it's that general area that is getting in the...
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I wrap the windows every winter. The only places...

I wrap the windows every winter. The only places air could come from downstairs would be the dryer vent and the furnace closet. As for upstairs, there is only a couple spots where cold air could...
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Problems managing temperatures on both levels of split level apartment

Hope this is the right section.

This is our second winter in this apartment. It is a split level, with the bathroom and both bedrooms downstairs in a daylight basement, and the living room and...
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Apologies for the double post, but I wanted to...

Apologies for the double post, but I wanted to post this for others, as a word of advice.

The prior owner was lazy, and only used bolts, instead of shear pins on the auger. The bolts were mangled...
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Thank you! I will check that out in a bit, see if...

Thank you! I will check that out in a bit, see if either of those is the issue :]
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Nobody? :[ I figured after 5 days at least...

Nobody? :[

I figured after 5 days at least somebody would have given some insight
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Multiple issues with Craftsman Snow Blower- Auger/Carb

I have a Craftsman 5hp Snow blower, model #536.886140

Last year it ran fine for the most part, with exception to being a little tough starting, a cracked fuel fitting near the end of the season,...
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