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I was worried about objects hitting the caps from...

I was worried about objects hitting the caps from the side and breaking lose the bond with the mortar. While they are heavy, with a strong enough force, they move without the mortar pretty easy. ...
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Craftsman 18" 42cc won't crank Model 358.350480

Equipment: Chainsaw
Name Brand: CRAFTSMAN 358.350480
Engine Brand: Unsure
Engine Model: 42cc

My dad has an old craftsman 358.350480(Poulan made) chainsaw that has been sitting around for years....
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Posted By pw1972

You can, but depending on your environment, it...

You can, but depending on your environment, it may not hold up very well and you might be making adjustments to it to keep it level and true quite often. The cinder blocks and caps are pretty heavy...
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Anchoring limestone caps on a wall

I'm putting limestone caps on a sitting wall that I've built. I'm planning on using type s mortar to attach them and was wondering if there's a need to put any kind of anchoring to secure it from...
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Posted By pw1972

That helps, thank you. The coil came out of the...

That helps, thank you. The coil came out of the boot and it sure didn't look like I'd be able to fit it back in there but it went in with a little soap. Fires like new now!
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Posted By pw1972

Stihl BR 430 spark plug boot & coil

This past weekend I wanted to change the plug and the air filter on my BR 430 backpack blower, and while pulling the boot off of the plug, I pulled a little hard and parts went flying so I didn't get...
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Posted By pw1972

It will not be attached to any part of the house...

It will not be attached to any part of the house and is freestanding, so no permits were needed per the county engineer.

The wall will be 18" roughly with the ends probably 26"
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Sitting wall on top of concrete patio

I had a concrete patio poured recently with the intent of putting a sitting wall around the border of it. I had two separate contractors for the work, one for the concrete and one for the sitting...
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Posted By pw1972

Thanks for the feedback, makes me feel better...

Thanks for the feedback, makes me feel better about setting it directly on the concrete!
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Questions on platform for hot tub

I'm purchasing a new hot tub that will be placed on a concrete patio next to my deck. I'd like to raise the height of the hot tub 6" to 10"(TBD still)inches so it's slightly higher than the level of...
08-05-14, 06:57 AM
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Posted By pw1972

Watertight fittings at disconnect

If I'm using schedule 40 and connecting to an electrical disconnect box outside, are there any special considerations I need to take, or special fittings to use to make the connection watertight? ...
07-21-14, 12:21 PM
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Posted By pw1972

Here's the link I was trying to post #4-3...

Here's the link I was trying to post

#4-3 THHN-PVC Tray Cable with Ground | WireAndCableToGo.com (http://www.wireandcabletogo.com/4-3C-THHN-PVC-Tray-Cable-with-Ground.html)

One reason I...
07-20-14, 08:14 PM
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Posted By pw1972

Planning for future outdoor wiring

I'm doing some backyard work putting in a concrete patio and rebuilding a deck. While I've got the deck torn down and no patio in yet, I'm contemplating putting in a run of wiring for a spa that...
10-25-13, 12:08 PM
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Posted By pw1972

Thank you. Only method I've ever done is with a...

Thank you. Only method I've ever done is with a mop/brush stomping it, and trying to get a close match was always a bear. This looks a little easier and forgiving I'm hoping.
10-25-13, 11:56 AM
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Posted By pw1972

Most likely small sections, maybe 6"x4", just...

Most likely small sections, maybe 6"x4", just enough room to get some 12/2 wire through through. Probably 5 or 6 of them. I'm going to have to cut out a few small ceiling sections to run some wire...
10-25-13, 08:36 AM
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Posted By pw1972

Help with replicating this ceiling texture style

I'm planning on putting some lights up in the ceiling and will have to patch my ceiling and was hoping to get a few second opinions on what technique is used to get this texture affect on my ceiling....
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