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Posted By manden

Normally the adjusters are spring steel. You...

Normally the adjusters are spring steel.
You push then towards the center of the mower and they release from little tabs on the rounded metal peice lower down on the adjuster.
So if just the...
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Posted By PJmax

There really aren't sensors. That's strictly a...

There really aren't sensors. That's strictly a reminder anyway.

for the most part.... it's a combination of engine running times and starts.
It's strictly a timed function with a little bit of...
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Posted By SuperSquirrel

Also keep in mind that off-roading is not just...

Also keep in mind that off-roading is not just about equipment, but the knowledge and skill of the driver. It's no different than the people who go out and buy a million dollar super-car, and...
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Posted By XSleeper

I would suggest you make a jig, similar to the...

I would suggest you make a jig, similar to the one I described in this thread.
...
09-04-19, 01:52 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Pro Form brand does.... USG does not.

Pro Form brand does.... USG does not.
08-28-19, 08:57 AM
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Posted By Shadeladie

I understand what you're asking. What I'm saying...

I understand what you're asking. What I'm saying is, you can't fight an estimate. Fight it where? In court? You can ask him to reconsider and lower it. If he doesn't, then you have a choice to take...
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Posted By stickshift

If you completely covered the floor with the BIN,...

If you completely covered the floor with the BIN, I very much doubt that's the source of the odor. I would get a black light and see if that reveals anything - urine will fluoresce under black light...
08-21-19, 03:34 PM
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Posted By tightcoat

Actually, Marksr, wood lath were 48" long and...

Actually, Marksr, wood lath were 48" long and that was standard by 1925. But as in present construction sometimes studs were out of sync in order to accommodate plumbing or vents or the like. I...
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Posted By aka pedro

Why are you removing them? If you're replacing...

Why are you removing them? If you're replacing boards just rip the old ones out then cut the screws off.
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Posted By Northern Mike

I have done a ton of blades and drill bits on the...

I have done a ton of blades and drill bits on the bench grinder. As others have mentioned, softer stone and follow the existing angle.
Another thing you will want is a screw or nail in a wall near...
08-08-19, 05:01 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

1. Remove the grout 2. Regrout

1. Remove the grout
2. Regrout
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Posted By Gods_girl727

I would strongly advise against trying to paint...

I would strongly advise against trying to paint anything laminate. No matter how good a primer and/or paint you use it will not last. Laminate is simply not made to be painted. You will have a...
08-06-19, 04:05 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

They make drywall in 1/4, 3/8, 1/2. Since...

They make drywall in 1/4, 3/8, 1/2. Since scribing it would be a pain you might just want to get thinner drywall and put that on your first 16"... and then when you tape that butt joint you will be...
08-05-19, 06:10 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

I would suggest you use an orbital sander (with...

I would suggest you use an orbital sander (with 120 grit only) on the wide portions of the sash... and then do hand sanding on the portions that butt up to the glass. (again with 120 or 150 only, or...
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Posted By PJmax

Many of the new chargers will just sit there and...

Many of the new chargers will just sit there and do nothing unless there is a certain voltage on the battery. Some are around 8v while others are closer to 10v for a 12v battery.
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Posted By beelzebob

Don't know how many tanks per mow or mows per...

Don't know how many tanks per mow or mows per tank or how many times you have run out of gas. I would take the gas cap off and use a dip stick before each mowing.I would then use time as indicator to...
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Posted By cheese

Check the oil to see if it's way over full. If it...

Check the oil to see if it's way over full. If it is, does it smell like gas?

If not, run it a while and see if the smoke clears up. If so, it was likely tipped and oil filled the cylinder and...
08-02-19, 07:07 AM
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Posted By Shadeladie

If it looks, smells and tastes good, it is good. ...

If it looks, smells and tastes good, it is good. That's the best test. Now if it were opened and sitting there for the last 4 years, would be a different story! :eek:
07-30-19, 05:12 PM
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Posted By Woodbutcher

Hi, Wow lots of problems. If you trim nine inches...

Hi, Wow lots of problems. If you trim nine inches off the bottom, the door knob will be nine inches to low along with the blocking for the lock set. When I had to install a door under a stair well I...
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Posted By klawman213

I added a third sawhorse to permit better...

I added a third sawhorse to permit better support, turned my pressure down slightly, and moved as quick as my legs would let me. There is very little orange peel. It may also have helped that I had...
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Posted By Pilot Dane

The key is how thick is your engineered hardwood?...

The key is how thick is your engineered hardwood? If it's the thin stuff then it may end up about the same height as your tile. If it's 3/4" thick the it will actually be 3/8" higher than your tile...
07-26-19, 01:59 PM
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Posted By PJmax

Those are holes completely thru all the wood as...

Those are holes completely thru all the wood as there were pipes in them.
07-22-19, 09:04 AM
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Posted By aka pedro

I still think that a roll pin would do the job,...

I still think that a roll pin would do the job, from the standpoint of strength, as well as the fact that, with a proper size hole, the fit would be snug, no slop like you have with a cotter pin or...
07-16-19, 07:35 PM
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Posted By sam floor

Just use some double-faced tape.

Just use some double-faced tape.
07-14-19, 10:36 AM
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Posted By XSleeper

If it is soft, replace it. You caulk ALL gaps,...

If it is soft, replace it. You caulk ALL gaps, everything you asked about earlier, everything you have an arrow on. Anywhere there is a gap, water gets behind the siding where it can mold and rot. ...
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