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Storage Solutions / Re: Nice lil Mac
« Last post by rusty on Today at 12:48:29 PM »
Dang if it was close to here I'd buy it in a second.
Ray I know you don't care about them, but I feel you would do excellent work on concourse restorations.

Your attention to detail and skill level is jaw dropping

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.

General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by TWX on Today at 11:56:47 AM »
@ twx, hard lesson learned, always build shit keeping in mind it will need to be serviced.

A philosophy I've found works ..

If I wasn't making changes to the tracks then I wouldn't have had to remove the shelf, compressor hose reel, etc.  the tracks at their 7' height cleared, and if I just had new springs and spools put on then it wouldn't matter.  I'd put up the shelf before I got the lift and modified the other door too.

Eh, hopefully they'll be here in a couple of hours per their appointment.
Storage Solutions / Re: Nice lil Mac
« Last post by jabberwoki on Today at 11:51:34 AM »
wow - looks like you could skate on that floor.

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The little ones are good for abusing things. I have a snappy 3/4 dr impact set that goes down to 1/2! I use them on stubborn hydraulic fittings. Blow the top of the fitting off with a chisel/torch/hammer/plasma, then use the IR2145 to spin it out. Anything over a 3/4" head/nut (1/2" bolt) on farm or heavy equipment is 3/4 dr territory. Cat G8 and G10 bolts are TIGHT! Why rattle the 1/2" gun at max power all the time when you can just stick the 3/4 on it and zip it out? Just one dumb farm boy's opinion.

That's one of those low use tools that garbage freight is great for. Those look decent too.

General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by Papaw on Today at 11:09:37 AM »
Buck, you should have let me know you were in Houston!

I have driven a lot in the US and overseas, and I will concur that Dallas is terrible. Houston not as bad.

Open freeway driving is considered a sport here!
I needed a pair of push pin pliers for removing the fasteners holding body panels on my sister's quads. On Amazon the Gearwrench version was over $21 so off I went to HF as they had them on sale for $10 and got them for $8 with the 20% off coupon. They work just fine and seem well made and look just like the GW version.
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