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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

I mainly use their electrician pouch with the...

I mainly use their electrician pouch with the padded belt. I do not like suspenders as they tend to chafe my shoulders.
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

I really like Toughbuilt line of belts/pouches so...

I really like Toughbuilt line of belts/pouches so much that when I found out they were discontinuing my particular electrician's pouch I went around and bought as many as I could find. I will...
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Posted By XSleeper

And by "mounting block" I don't mean anything...

And by "mounting block" I don't mean anything special you need to Google or buy. A simple block of 5/4" x 8" Azek cut square or rectangle (depending on the shape of the fixture) with a 4.5" hole...
04-21-20, 05:36 AM
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Posted By XSleeper

No, we cannot categorically say they are...

No, we cannot categorically say they are universal, especially not without seeing yours. Look for a watermark on the bottom corners of the glass or somewhere on the aluminum spacer between the glass.
04-20-20, 08:50 AM
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Posted By manden

Without seeing it it is hard to give an opinion. ...

Without seeing it it is hard to give an opinion.

I would lean towards installing vents.

Insulation was probably for when it held chickens in the winter.
The advantage to you is that it should...
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Posted By Zorfdt

FYI, the white wire to the switch (in both the...

FYI, the white wire to the switch (in both the switch box and the fixture box) is supposed to be remarked as a hot wire. Usually with a piece of black electrical tape. Remarking the wire makes it...
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Posted By Zorfdt

I don't see much difference between chain,...

I don't see much difference between chain, threaded rod, or 2x3/2x4 for hanging shelves. For a few hundred pounds spread out over a few hanging points, they'll all work. My only change with using...
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Posted By Marq1

Got that, so I also have racks that I have built...

Got that, so I also have racks that I have built over the garage doors to hold all my tires and wheels but had them supported down from the rafters using 2x4's!
03-27-20, 05:05 AM
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Posted By Marq1

The threshold will be backwards and the hinges...

The threshold will be backwards and the hinges would be exposed meaning someone could pop them out to get in!

There may be other issues, would have to get a beer and stare at a door for a few...
03-24-20, 07:56 AM
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Posted By manden

I do not know what is available in your area but...

I do not know what is available in your area but a used building materials store may have a used one that would do the job. Or kijiji etc.

Many folks replace an exterior door just for looks so...
03-24-20, 04:51 AM
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Posted By Marq1

https://www.menards.com/main/doors-windows-millwor...

https://www.menards.com/main/doors-windows-millwork/exterior-doors/front-doors/mastercraft-reg-flush-steel-outswing-exterior-door-system/4141185/p-1444448355707-c-9356.htm


I dont see the 6 panel...
03-23-20, 12:28 PM
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Posted By Tony P.

In my experience a shed door is among the easier...

In my experience a shed door is among the easier projects. The greatest concern may be in getting a tight fit, considering that the door can change a bit due to moisture changes. My suggestion is...
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Posted By manden

Below is a link to info on this unit. ...

Below is a link to info on this unit.
Frigidaire Manual Search Results (http://b2b.frigidaire.com/support/ResultsPage.asp?strModel=FFTR1814QW1&User=&Search=Search)

Looks like the damper is...
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Posted By PJmax

A model number would be a big help. There...

A model number would be a big help.

There are two types of damper systems...... manual and automatic.
The automatic style uses a control board and sensors.

The system doesn't usually "pull"...
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