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If a thief wants it bad enough, they will get it....

If a thief wants it bad enough, they will get it. Things get stolen all teh time from places with teh best security money can buy.

SO, back to your original thought, what LEVEL of security are you...
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Not sure how long this run is, however there are...

Not sure how long this run is, however there are numerous othero options.

Trim the baseboard thickness. Scribe a line the length of the wall and sand down to the line. In essence your removing...
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There are other joint options. Groove and...

There are other joint options.
Groove and rebate joint,
Finger joint, lots of work, but would look awesome.
Half lap joint.

Have you considered routing the edge?

Another option, seeing as...
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Ditto on the spade bit, auger. I would use a...

Ditto on the spade bit, auger. I would use a corded electric drill, 1/2" is the right tool for the job.
Spade will dull fastest, but is the cheapest, and easiest to hand sharpen.
Auger will eat...
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If it were a plug wire, the code would be...

If it were a plug wire, the code would be specific to that piston. Although it never hurts to replace plug wires every 80k-100k miles.
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Posted By Hanr3

Are you getting vacuum pressure? My first...

Are you getting vacuum pressure?
My first thought is get the truck up to 1-2mph, shift tranny to nuetral, and shuft from 4lo to 4hi. Make sure the drivetrain isnt bound up. Drive off road, gravel,...
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Posted By Hanr3

Update. Talked to my wifes uncles and did some...

Update.
Talked to my wifes uncles and did some research.
Well appears to have been dug in the '50's.
The typical depth for my area is 50'-100'.
It was lined with 24" diameter concrete sections....
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Posted By Hanr3

Found a well and would like to use it.

Well
1: submersible pump or jet pump. none at the moment
2: age of well if known. No idea, however the house was built in 1963 and I beleive the well is from teh original farm house in the area,...
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Posted By Hanr3

and if you want a nice clean edge, use a rasp. ...

and if you want a nice clean edge, use a rasp.

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Talking about the back as one solid piece and a...

Talking about the back as one solid piece and a cabinet 12' tall by 6' wide. This is a monster structure and will be heavy.

To join two or more pieces of wood, tongue and groove with glue.

If...
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No, but Id be interested in watching you build...

No, but Id be interested in watching you build one. Post up the plans and pics of your progress.

If you can make it like amodern bath, air jets, water jets, water heater. That would be cool and...
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The simplest way to square up the ends ot a face...

The simplest way to square up the ends ot a face is with a Square. Tehy make them in various lengths. Put one side on teh face, and align your saw guide with the other square leg to match your...
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Posted By Hanr3

Nice deck and really nice work... Although I...

Nice deck and really nice work...

Although I do have a safety concern with your fencing around the pool. I dont see anything stopping a neighbor kid from drowning. Teh horizontal boards on your...
07-10-10, 11:25 AM
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Posted By Hanr3

Just wanted to update you all. Turns out the...

Just wanted to update you all.

Turns out the solinoids was the problem.
Replaced those and she works great again.
Thanks for your help and guidance. Beer 4U2

By the way, I did find about...
07-03-10, 03:09 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

Thanks for the reply guys. I'll clean out...

Thanks for the reply guys.

I'll clean out the blower housing, and replace the solinoids.

These are the first repairs since I've owned the unit.
07-02-10, 02:26 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

Kenmore Series 80 not drying.

Model 110.77832795. The dryer runs, and the heater (gas) kicks on, however the clothes dont completely dry. They come out damp. I read through some of the stickies and threads. I cleaned out the...
11-17-09, 07:03 AM
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Posted By Hanr3

You said it must be replaced. :rolleyes:

You said it must be replaced. :rolleyes:
11-16-09, 12:24 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

Show me in the code where you have to replace the...

Show me in the code where you have to replace the shower unit when painting the floor?
11-16-09, 12:13 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

your welcome and your windows look great as well....

your welcome and your windows look great as well. Nice job!

I used trim finishing nails to secure the brickmold to the 2x6 frame. Countersink and fill with wood putty and paint.
11-12-09, 12:31 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

What I see in the pic is a painted concrete floor...

What I see in the pic is a painted concrete floor where the shower head leaked and the dripping water has eaten through the painted floor. The brown stuff could be mold, rust from hard water,...
11-11-09, 07:01 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

you should be able to use a floating slab. No...

you should be able to use a floating slab. No need to get to frost line.
11-11-09, 06:50 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

Last summer I installed new construction 6" deep...

Last summer I installed new construction 6" deep aluminum clad exterior, wood interior double hung windows. My walls are 2x4 with about 1" gap to brick exterior. I ripped out the old windows...
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Posted By Hanr3

sounds like you want raised panel doors for your...

sounds like you want raised panel doors for your shutters.

I wouldn't use anything except an outdoor wood. Something like cedar, white oak, teak. something along those lines. Pine wont last, even...
11-11-09, 05:35 PM
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Posted By Hanr3

I have a basement office and it gets cold during...

I have a basement office and it gets cold during the day. The thermostat is located upstairs and is set to come on at 63 during the day. The basement will be about 5 degrees cooler than teh main...
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