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81. Re: [Shop-talk] Filling large gaps in wood? (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2011 21:59:21 -0700
Jim - If you are after an easy way to add a little bit to extend the drywall, get some mesh tape and setting type drywall compound. It sets chemically in the time specified on the package. I'd probab
/html/shop-talk/2011-06/msg00206.html (9,391 bytes)

82. Re: [Shop-talk] Cat 6 cable (and water) to the garage (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 09 Jul 2011 09:12:00 -0700
Jim - Depending on the length, it may be worth a little more labor to install rigid PVC. 1 in. x 10 ft. Sch. 40 PVC Conduit is $2.58 at my local Home Depot. Assuming you have a 50' run, that is $12.9
/html/shop-talk/2011-07/msg00058.html (10,655 bytes)

83. Re: [Shop-talk] Grass Pavers (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 09 Jul 2011 21:26:08 -0700
Jim - If you are just moving a car once or twice a year, I wouldn't bother with grass pavers. Just drive over the grass, especially since Alpines are light. I expect you have the option to move the c
/html/shop-talk/2011-07/msg00075.html (10,212 bytes)

84. Re: [Shop-talk] Formica counter (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2011 17:26:19 -0700
Brian - If the substrate is good, I see two options that don't require removing the counters. 1. There are counter companies that will come and cover your existing counter with a thin granite. The sa
/html/shop-talk/2011-07/msg00151.html (10,214 bytes)

85. Re: [Shop-talk] How to glue concrete? (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2011 20:37:10 -0700
I glued some broken brick with DAP 10.1 oz. Watertight Concrete Filler and Sealant, SKU # 284733, $3.97 at Home Depot in the caulk area. I wanted something thin like glue or caulk so the brick fractu
/html/shop-talk/2011-07/msg00166.html (8,275 bytes)

86. Re: [Shop-talk] Window a/c unit for the garage (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 05 Aug 2011 06:41:11 -0700
You might want to look at a mini-split system. Search "mini-split air conditioner" to see. That way you don't loose your window and can still secure the garage. I'm considering one for the apartment
/html/shop-talk/2011-08/msg00025.html (8,910 bytes)

87. Re: [Shop-talk] OK my last question (well, for now) (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 21:45:51 -0800
Eric - There are bathroom exhaust fans that have heaters built in. Since the heater is built in a bath fan, it is designed to be in a damp environment. The fans I put in a few years ago said to have
/html/shop-talk/2011-11/msg00025.html (9,987 bytes)

88. [Shop-talk] Milwaukee vs Dewalt cordless Hex Impact Driver (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2011 09:24:00 -0800
I'm getting a cordless impact driver for myself tomorrow. The big orange box has good deals on a Dewalt combo (DCK236C for $149). But I also noticed they have special pricing on Milwaukee with the dr
/html/shop-talk/2011-11/msg00049.html (8,374 bytes)

89. Re: [Shop-talk] Shop question (but wood working) (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2011 10:18:21 -0800
I second Peter's idea of the mortising chisel, especially if you don't need to go the full depth of the slot. Another option is a reciprocating saw with a blade that will not bottom out in the hole.
/html/shop-talk/2011-11/msg00054.html (12,493 bytes)

90. Re: [Shop-talk] MATH GURUS AND TRAILER BUILDERS (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 15:58:46 -0800
John - Here is a low math method. Take a sheet of plywood or heavy cardboard and stick it under the front of the car against the wheels. Lift it against the front bumper/spoiler and prop it up. Measu
/html/shop-talk/2011-11/msg00107.html (10,874 bytes)

91. Re: [Shop-talk] Portable air tanks? - couplers - water (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 17:21:37 -0800
Mark - I also like the water quick disconnects. I put a shut off on the end of the hose before the coupler. Something like SKU 442559 or 573076 at http://www.homedepot.com The shutoff lets me change
/html/shop-talk/2011-12/msg00042.html (8,739 bytes)

92. Re: [Shop-talk] OT--car won't start (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 06:53:38 -0800
Tim - I go along the thinking the battery may be done. Have you checked the battery water level if it isn't sealed? If you can see the top of the plates, it is likely done. Jiggle all the battery con
/html/shop-talk/2011-12/msg00092.html (10,989 bytes)

93. Re: [Shop-talk] Buying tires online (or is it Tyres?) (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 12:17:55 -0800
Local stores obviously vary with Discount Tire. After rebuilding the front suspension of my TR6, I went to Discount Tire for a full alignment and new tires. Despite having removed the clamps off the
/html/shop-talk/2011-12/msg00099.html (11,934 bytes)

94. Re: [Shop-talk] Air Compressors (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2011 09:26:38 -0800
I have Husky Model VT6315 (the biggest one with wheels) and have no complaints. For a compressor, it isn't painfully loud, though is slightly smaller than the one you listed. I wanted wheels so I cou
/html/shop-talk/2011-12/msg00114.html (11,758 bytes)

95. Re: [Shop-talk] Tool APB: Rotating head pliers? (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2011 08:28:41 -0800
For the future, if it is not a tight fit, another option is a drop of superglue on the end of a pencil eraser. Pull out the piece and snap it off the eraser. Just keep in mind that superglue will wic
/html/shop-talk/2011-12/msg00140.html (12,163 bytes)

96. [Shop-talk] removing #2 Philips screws (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 16:39:34 -0800
Any tips for removing screws holding down deck boards? They are black drywall type screws about 3" long. Most were countersunk, covered with putty, then the deck was painted. I'm near the ocean, so m
/html/shop-talk/2012-02/msg00093.html (9,719 bytes)

97. Re: [Shop-talk] removing #2 Philips screws (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 18:05:13 -0800
Sounds like I might have something to spend one of those Harbor Freight coupons on. http://www.harborfreight.com/13-piece-left-hand-drill-bit-set-95146.html Medium size Vice Grips did a quick job on
/html/shop-talk/2012-02/msg00096.html (8,813 bytes)

98. Re: [Shop-talk] removing #2 Philips screws (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 19:32:36 -0800
Eric - This looks like a useful product and it theory, should be great. The reviews do lead me to question the durability. With an estimated 200 screws with stripped heads, they would get pretty expe
/html/shop-talk/2012-02/msg00100.html (8,499 bytes)

99. Re: [Shop-talk] Removing bondo (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 22:15:06 -0700
Doug - A wire wheel in an angle grinder will make it all go away real fast. Do it outside when there is a breeze and wear a dust mask or respirator in addition to goggles. It will also save you havin
/html/shop-talk/2011-10/msg00062.html (10,555 bytes)

100. Re: [Shop-talk] Repairing a clasp--could be shop-related (score: 1)
Author: Brian Kemp <bk13@earthlink.net>
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2011 18:41:42 -0700
Scott - Check a bigger marketplace like Amazon for a replacement clasp. I searched for clasp then looked under sewing fasteners and found http://www.amazon.com/Latch-Clasp-Closure-Antique-Finish/dp/B
/html/shop-talk/2011-10/msg00094.html (13,950 bytes)


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