On the 1% chance this post is for real and you’re asking a sincere question, the answer is most definitely no.
TopNotch wrote:Whoa whoa whoa…… I have to assemble them? Not included in my time.
Ha. Yes. Pretty straightforward, but certainly have to account for your time.
Gotcha. Almost everyone ive heard complain about Ikea screws have been people using a Phillips. Ikea uses pozidrives. Just thought it was worth mentioning.
Never installed them before looking for some feedback.
Face frame, boxes, particle board, Shakey, solid?
I can honestly say I have used them twice; first and last time. For a quick fix, they seem to work ok but just ok. They are fragile and need to be assembled very carefully. The particle board is not…
Ryan replied to the topic The Official 2018 New Bosch Tool Thread in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 1 year, 7 months ago
He didnt say a new worklight was the ONLY tool.
Ryan replied to the topic The Official 2018 New Bosch Tool Thread in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 1 year, 8 months ago
Dadgineer wrote:As your friendly neighborhood Bosch dude, I can help out.
Tell me what info you want and I will dig up what I can. You just want to know the sizes internally of the L-Boxxs?
I think the idea is a simple reference sheet, like this…
I remember…[Read more]
Im sure you can find someone reputable that does good quality work in an efficient and professional manner for less than $40/hr.
You might have to structure it so that they can eliminate business expenses and half of the SE tax, and maybe guarantee a year’s worth of work, 8 hours a day, paid vacation, paid sick days, health insurance, a…[Read more]
That’s probably why it’ll be so pricey. Anything Mafell is expensive, so if this is basically a tweaked and rebadged Mafell, that pricing makes more sense to me.
Where is it made at?? The Makita is a knock off of the Festool yet at 360$ for the saw and 55″ track???
Mine is made in Germany, but it’s 3 years…[Read more]
CB wrote:I’m looking for a small size L-Boxx… by small I mean not very thick.
I need the box to store tools that are around 12.5″ by 12.5″ or around 315 mm by 315 mm, length by width, with a depth of between 3″ to 6″, or say 75 mm to 150 mm, more or less.
I don’t know what to call L-Boxxes anymore, because the numerology describes both the SIZE…
fishguy3 wrote:Ryan F, yes that was my plan. I tried to get the linoleum up when I did the kitchen floor and it was impossible. I put hardwood in my kitchen and I ended up going right over it.
The official answer would be to remove it and start over. Thats said, if it’s that difficult to get off, it’s probably ok to leave it.
I’d highly…[Read more]
I know this wasnt your question, but are you talking about glueing and screwing a 1/4″ or 3/8″ layer of wood over the linoleum, then tiling directly on top of that?
Yeah, sorry, picture was sideways. Corrected below.
So the toilet line from above needs to be below where the 2″ washer drain line comes into the stack, correct?
Any ideas on the vent lines?
So you’re saying the 6 is too loose? That’s the typical size. Ive never heard of a 7. Is this a junction box youre trying to screw into?
I dont do this stuff on my jobs, but this is for my house so Im going to try to tackle it myself. Mostly out of my element here.
Anyway, going to add a half bath off the kitchen directly above. Ive got a nice drain stack already. Toilet will practically be directly above. You can see in the pic the drain entering from the washer. Upper…[Read more]
Could you put temporary extensions in that would support a track on the outside? Most track saws let you cut close so you really just need something to support the rails. Can you build a floating support for the rail?
I was thinking something like that, clamp some sort of temporary support for the…
That’s a lot of corrosion.
It needs to be pulled. Not sure what your relationship is to this business, but it if were me, i wouldnt touch it. Whoever makes these kind of decisions should be informed that a licensed plumber is needed.
Dbeltramini wrote:Hi All,
I am new to the forum….trying to find out how to attach 2 27mm dia vacuum hoses to each other to make a longer hose…I cannot find any threaded hose couplers that are not reducers in the size I am looking for. Anyone have any suggestions?
Ryan replied to the topic heavy loaded truck drove in new driveway in 24 hours after pouring in the forum Concrete/Masonry 2 years, 4 months ago
liandhan wrote:Hello everyone, Thank you for your concern. I’m sorry I didn’t check the forum because I’m so busy for moving. A manager of the home builder ( one of largest national home builder) met me before closing and he told me they wouldn’t extend the warrantee and also no compensation because he thought the driveway was good. Please let me…
1/4″ is plenty. All youre looking to do is eliminate a reservoir that would collect if it sloped BACKWARDS and had nowhere to go against the metal frame, caulk joint, and ledge intersection.
Unless you have some extra redguard (or similar liquid membrane) lying around, i wouldnt be too concerned with it. In that area, the water youre getting is…[Read more]
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