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Is it Rocker Panel or Body Frame

Happy 4th of July to Everyone.
Toyota Camry 2003 3.0L DOHC LE
Son had an accident and we decided to repair instead of just give it total. We fixed everything and are changing the driver side...
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Fiberglass Exhaust Header Pipe Heat Wrap Tape

Hello,
I was shopping for some exhaust manifold on ebay and found below item
2" 50ft Roll Fiberglass Exhaust Header Pipe Heat Wrap Tape Black +10 Ties Kit...
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Hello All, I just found the part as OEM. My...

Hello All,
I just found the part as OEM. My question is do i need to use the vacuum controlled Front mount or I can just use the part i have without vacuum controlled. And I can close the hose...
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2003 Toyota Camry LE 3.0l AT Front motor mount

I am replacing my 2003 Toyota Camry LE 3.0l Automatic Transmission engine and trans mounts. I bought aftermarket mounts and three (Top, Left and Right) went well. The front when i removed has a hose...
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Thanks pugsl. One question. After installing...

Thanks pugsl.
One question. After installing the axle and replacing the trans oil. There is little drip of transmission oil where i installed new axle. I noticed that after i took a test round....
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Thank you so much guys. long chisel and hammer...

Thank you so much guys. long chisel and hammer worked. I was able to replace lower arm, loaded strut, stabilizer link and tie rod.
I also found that the engine mount was broken the upper piece...
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Broken Axle and Inner Tie rod removal

Hello,
We had an accident on 2003 Toyota Camry 2003 3.0l V6 and axle was broken, lower arm was bent from the tie rod ball joint.
I decided to replace full front suspension like struts, axle, lower...
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Hi Joed, Thanks for your response. For recess...

Hi Joed,
Thanks for your response. For recess lights the housing was already there so the only wire i connected is for chandelier wires. Unless one of the recess light housing has loose or pinched...
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Troubleshooting 14/3 wiring for 4 way switch

I recently renovated a house and had electrician change all the aluminium wiring and change the panel from 100 amps to 200 amps.
On this bi-level house for foyer we have a 4-way switch and is...
05-29-19, 08:42 PM
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Thank you Pilot Dane for confirming. @ CZiZZi ...

Thank you Pilot Dane for confirming.
@ CZiZZi - That was very helpful and exactly what i was looking for.
@ Marq1 - As always you are very helpful.

I have 2 showers to build so I am going with...
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Thanks everyone for your responses. @ Ray - Yes...

Thanks everyone for your responses.
@ Ray - Yes 14/3 so he has to run less number of wires across the house.
@ Joed - Yes he is using double pole breakers and he also told that how it needs to be...
05-29-19, 08:17 AM
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Thanks very much Pilot Dane. I looked at Kerdi...

Thanks very much Pilot Dane.
I looked at Kerdi and Wedi but was skeptical as they are all foam board and was wondering that down the road will this rigid foam will be able to hold the weight or not....
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14/3 Wires for each room

I just had electrician change my panel and since there were old electric wires and renovation was going on with everything open i thought to replace all wiring and he gave a good price. He installed...
05-28-19, 08:43 PM
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Preparing shower

I am preparing shower for rough inspection. Until now I have always installed vinyl on top of subfloor and then pre-mixed cement with pitch to get it ready for tiles. One of the plumbing expert said...
04-04-19, 07:21 PM
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Sliding Patio door for Bi-Level House

I am renovating a Bi-level house. Underneath deck there are 2 windows and i am replacing them with sliding door. There is about over 3 feet concrete blocks and then the windows. Header is exactly...
04-04-19, 07:06 PM
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Hi XSleeper, Thank you so much for your...

Hi XSleeper,
Thank you so much for your explanation. I ordered 7/16" sheathing plywood and planning to take out front windows make sure that rough openings are correct so i can install the plywood ,...
04-03-19, 08:20 AM
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I started to work on project and removing the...

I started to work on project and removing the sidings. While removing i noticed that there is old sheathing which is very soft. See picture and I don't like the way it is. What is the recommendation?...
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Natural gas fireplace with power vent

I am renovating a house which is Bi-Level. Converting Oil to Gas. For 1st floor am thinking to add a fire place. I cannot vent it to roof so am thinking to vent with PVC (if possible) to rear...
03-16-19, 06:23 PM
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Hello Shadeladie, Thank you so much. I learned...

Hello Shadeladie,
Thank you so much. I learned a lot watching the videos and got my foams and my fabric i want to use. After so many years i took out sewing machine and its not working. I need to...
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Hello XSleeper, Stickshift, Yes you are right. ...

Hello XSleeper, Stickshift,
Yes you are right. I was just told that there is a beam by one of the contractor and i was not sure. But you guys confirmed and its better i get a structural engineer...
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Thank you xSleeper, Czizi, Pete, This is...

Thank you xSleeper, Czizi, Pete,
This is Bi-Level house and right underneath is the 1st floor of the Bi-Level House. I was not planning to remove the beam which is above the red line. Also right in...
03-09-19, 08:35 AM
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Hello Shadladie, You are genius. I am planning...

Hello Shadladie,
You are genius. I am planning upholstering. I found few you tube videos as you suggested. Since both seating cushions are sagging in center i want to open and make sure the...
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Removing Wall

Hello Experts,
I would like to know if this wall can be removed as marked. I am not touching the top part but wanted to see if i can remove the wall. On both ends as you can see it is supported.
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03-08-19, 04:27 PM
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Upholstery question

I am picking a daunting task of upholstery for the below sofas. We got the fabric but just wanted an idea on where to start and what kind of sewing is on the covers. Especially the curved pieces has...
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