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121. Re: Circuit Load Question (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 15:15:38 -0400
While upgrading the supply to provide more current addresses the problem, it seems to me that something else must be wrong if a dryer, rated to run on a 30a line (which is pretty standard?) can so ea
/html/shop-talk/2000-10/msg00085.html (8,485 bytes)

122. Re: To HVLP or not to HVLP (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 16:17:10 -0400
I faced this decision a couple of years ago, and like you, considered one of the turbine systems. Sounded good: warm dry air pulling the paint out. I went to a pro body guy who is highly respected in
/html/shop-talk/2000-10/msg00130.html (8,932 bytes)

123. Re: Air compressor electric circuit (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2000 11:12:30 -0400
I also thank you for your comments, and I will save them for future reference as well. One more reliable factor that can be used in comparing specific compressors is the SCFM rating. I have noticed
/html/shop-talk/2000-08/msg00000.html (6,462 bytes)

124. Re: Storing Parts (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2000 09:01:07 -0400
I made my own mixture of kerosene and motor oil, then put it in a cheap or used spray bottle. Although I visit these parts somewhat regularly, the coating seems to stay in place for an unexpectedly l
/html/shop-talk/2000-08/msg00029.html (9,749 bytes)

125. Re: Garage Doors (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2000 12:54:26 -0400
I don't have direct experience on doing this, but it seems to me that a chain drive could more easily be adapted for a longer-than-usual length. Just add chain. I know the chain could be slack, but I
/html/shop-talk/2000-08/msg00124.html (8,349 bytes)

126. Re: Lifts (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Tue, 23 May 2000 16:00:47 -0400
It was a few years ago, but I bought a 4-post lift from Eagle. It was shipped on schedule, complete, and it has performed perfectly. I have noticed that their product lineup has offerings wider in c
/html/shop-talk/2000-05/msg00024.html (8,134 bytes)

127. Re: Electric versus Air Tools (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 12:04:15 -0500
I bought a Habor Freight-type 4" grinder before the prices started dropping for about $35. (Now available for $20). It makes a lot more sense to me to run this little electric motor instead of churni
/html/shop-talk/2000-03/msg00016.html (8,398 bytes)

128. Re: tile saw at Home Depot (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 10:07:57 -0500
I bought one of the saws I think you're talking about. It cost about $100, maybe a little more, and comes with an instructional video. It works well, surprisingly well, as far as I was concerned. It
/html/shop-talk/2000-02/msg00100.html (8,017 bytes)

129. Re: shop lift recommendations? (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 14:36:52 -0500
I bought an Eagle 4-post lift in '95; I think Eagle is actually a reseller for Cytech. When I needed some parts under warranty, I ended up talking to Cytech people. I use the lift more for storage th
/html/shop-talk/2000-01/msg00115.html (9,341 bytes)

130. Re: shop lift recommendations? (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 15:03:43 -0500
See my other post about adjusting ramp width, re: lumber. Since the ram rides under one of the ramps, moving it, I think, will affect the necessary cable length. I don't know what design changes the
/html/shop-talk/2000-01/msg00118.html (10,192 bytes)

131. Re: shop lift recommendations? (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 14:47:01 -0500
I checked my Eagle (Cytech) lift this morning, and it's clear that the left (non-ram side) ramp could be easily moved inward. The cables connect to the end beams, so are not affected. Moving the rig
/html/shop-talk/2000-01/msg00122.html (11,902 bytes)

132. Re: gas welding glasses (score: 1)
Author: James Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 17:05:48 -0400
I have the rectangle lens mounted in the headgear that Tinman also sells. I am very pleased with both. The lens is particularly good at filtering the brazing glow. I use them for all my gas welding.
/html/shop-talk/2006-04/msg00027.html (7,234 bytes)

133. Re: Installing a shower floor (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Sun, 21 May 2006 13:53:55 -0400
I did this a few years ago when I replaced a tub with a 48 inch wide shower with a fiberglass bottom. I did it like they show on the home shows on TV. I used thinset mortar. Around the drain hole, I
/html/shop-talk/2006-05/msg00053.html (8,470 bytes)

134. Re: Crazy electrical question (score: 1)
Author: James Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 17:27:40 -0400
Ed, I'm not sure if this matters, but are these digital or analog clocks? Analog clocks, from what I recall, keep time via a synchronous motor that controls its speed in response to 60hz current. Dig
/html/shop-talk/2006-07/msg00031.html (9,877 bytes)

135. Re: Auto tie-downs (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 19:52:30 -0400
I just bought some new ones that are a variation of what I've seen lots of racers do. It is a single 2" wide strap of the usual material that has a ring sewn on to one end, the other being a plain en
/html/shop-talk/2006-08/msg00057.html (9,450 bytes)

136. Re: Mounting an electric hoist (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 21:15:23 -0400
I have used both the folding HF hoist and a stationary hoist like you were considering. For a little car like a Sprite, the legs of the hoist get in the way. I've had to raise the car to get it under
/html/shop-talk/2006-08/msg00078.html (9,903 bytes)

137. Re: Ball Bearing cage (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Sun, 05 Nov 2006 19:28:22 -0500
I don't know if this experience is applicable, but back when I was much more in to bicycling than I am now, a common racer's trick was to discard the ball cage from the crank bearings and use loose b
/html/shop-talk/2006-11/msg00010.html (7,678 bytes)

138. Re: Lens marker removal (score: 1)
Author: James Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2007 15:53:58 -0500
Recognize what's going on here. The supplier wants to avoid the liability of you ruining your vision or whatever by making sure the prescription and fit is correct. Probably a liability issue for the
/html/shop-talk/2007-01/msg00015.html (8,574 bytes)

139. Re: An off-topic question.... (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 22:31:04 -0500
Does all of this mean that as the streaming data is delayed, then what you hear gets more and more delayed in real time from the source? And that it can never catch up, because you have to listen to
/html/shop-talk/2007-01/msg00228.html (9,482 bytes)

140. Re: Lincoln Weld-Pak 100 (score: 1)
Author: Jim Juhas <james.f.juhas@snet.net>
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 20:38:09 -0500
Consider the conversion cost, and recognize that the Weld Pak 100 is at the low end of the Lincoln spectrum. For comparison, check out http://www.powertoolstore.com/Qstore/c000027.htm More money, but
/html/shop-talk/2007-01/msg00255.html (7,475 bytes)


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