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02-27-10, 06:03 AM
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Posted By dwcurry

Joe, It was FAS. DWC

Joe,

It was FAS.

DWC
02-26-10, 11:51 AM
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Posted By dwcurry

Thanks. The company replacing my windows, with...

Thanks. The company replacing my windows, with Simonton, called and quoted the above two mentioned sliders as well as an additional 6' normal slider (all double pane) for $9,200. I believe Custom...
02-17-10, 01:49 PM
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Posted By dwcurry

While researching new windows for my house I came...

While researching new windows for my house I came across several articles on wood, fiberglass, alum, and vinyl material. Here is one of them:

Material and Construction Options for Windows -...
02-17-10, 11:33 AM
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Views: 1,424
Posted By dwcurry

Sliding Glass Doors

I'm looking at replacing my 2 sliding glass exterior patio doors. The door openings are one at 4 feet and the other is six feet. When opened, one door panel slides behind the other door panel and...
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Posted By dwcurry

clarification

Sorry, it is the surface of the tray and not the runners. In other words, where you set your stuff like coins or sunglasses. That surface is sticky.

dWC
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Posted By dwcurry

2000 Accord sticky tray

The plastic tray in our Accord, (located in the counsol, under the radio, in front of the stick shift) has become very sticky. We have not spilled anything there, it is as if the plastic itself has...
07-02-07, 10:57 AM
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Posted By dwcurry

Thanks Zeppo. I'm going with the Fuji...

Thanks Zeppo.

I'm going with the Fuji Monteray 2.0 and should have it this weekend. The Fuji shop is closer to my house (and work) than the Giant shop and I think that I got a good deal. You...
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Posted By dwcurry

1982 Honda 900 CC into Golf Cart

My son has dropped a Honda 900 CC engine into our golf cart and we are having starting problems. The engine starts with No. 2 and 3 cylinders firing and 1 and 4 not firing. 1 and 4 are getting a...
06-27-07, 12:57 PM
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Views: 1,454
Posted By dwcurry

Comfort Bikes

I'm looking for a comfort bike. Anyone have an opinion regarding the Giant Sardona v/s Fuji Monteray v/s the Jamis Exployer 2.0?

DWC
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Posted By dwcurry

Chandler, If the hardware is out of the way,...

Chandler,

If the hardware is out of the way, and there is no top, could you not cut it on a table saw and just turn it three times?

DWC
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Views: 1,755
Posted By dwcurry

Please don't do what I did once and leave a wet...

Please don't do what I did once and leave a wet cloth or towel on the wood when pressing. The wood got mold on it.

Also, when following Chandler's suggestion I recommend that you leave the...
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Views: 975
Posted By dwcurry

I recommend that you do a search on ATV Stator. ...

I recommend that you do a search on ATV Stator. I did and came up with the following:

http://www.albaaction.com/motors/pages/banstators.htm

http://www.rickystator.com/

Good luck.

DWC
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Views: 1,666
Posted By dwcurry

For table saw discussion, check out this thread. ...

For table saw discussion, check out this thread.

http://forum.doityourself.com/showthread.php?t=267473
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Views: 2,607
Posted By dwcurry

I have the metal Northen Tool stool. If you want...

I have the metal Northen Tool stool. If you want cheap and basic, four legs and a round pad on top, try a bar supply store, or you may want to consider making one yourself.

Good luck,

DWC
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Views: 1,597
Posted By dwcurry

Ridgid and Bosch usually show up as the top two...

Ridgid and Bosch usually show up as the top two in reviews, with Bosch on top. At half the price of the other two, the Ryobi is usually rated as the best value.
04-15-07, 12:07 PM
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Views: 15,413
Posted By dwcurry

I used the Harbor Freight Roofing Nailer (Central...

I used the Harbor Freight Roofing Nailer (Central Pneumatic) for installing Hardi-board lap siding (and shingles) on my workshop. It was an inexpensive alternative to the other nailers out there and...
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Posted By dwcurry

Check out this thread. ...

Check out this thread.

http://forum.doityourself.com/showthread.php?t=267473
Replies: 16
Views: 15,639
Posted By dwcurry

It sound like a 10" Compound miter saw would be...

It sound like a 10" Compound miter saw would be good for your application. I'm currently in the market myself and I'm leaning towards the Makita or Dewalt as I hear the Ridgid has problems with the...
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Posted By dwcurry

Hope this helps: ...

Hope this helps:

http://www.applianceaid.com/washing_machine_help.html

DWC
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Posted By dwcurry

mthree0, I have the Ridgid 3650 and am very...

mthree0,

I have the Ridgid 3650 and am very pleased with it. I wish that accessories were marketed more for it by Ridgid, but that is not as important for me with this saw as it is on some of...
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Views: 19,228
Posted By dwcurry

I have the Ridgid 3650 table saw and the Ridgid...

I have the Ridgid 3650 table saw and the Ridgid router. Both work quite well and are of fine quality. That said, I am disappointed in the availablity of accessories in the whole Ridgid power tool...
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Views: 1,639
Posted By dwcurry

For the record, the wetting did not help. It...

For the record, the wetting did not help. It also did not make it worse.

Purchased the oak ply this morning and will edge with real oak board.

Thanks again for the responses.

DWC
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Views: 1,639
Posted By dwcurry

Yep. I going to try wetting it between two...

Yep. I going to try wetting it between two pieces of plastic with heavy weights on top. If the warp strightens out I'll then dry it out with weights on top.

Or, I may go up and buy some oak...
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Views: 1,639
Posted By dwcurry

Correcting warp wood

I'm making a lectern and the top is red oak. I spliced two pieces together using biscuits. Now, there is a prominent curve in the wood. Any suggestions how I can get it out before I stain and...
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Views: 12,043
Posted By dwcurry

Stator installed and lawn tractor is working...

Stator installed and lawn tractor is working great.

Thanks,

DWC
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