JimDaddyO wrote:Went to a neighbours to look at his snow thrower. No luck getting it going. It’s getting fuel, it’s sprarking, I think just not at the right time. It wouldn’t start even giving it a good dose of ether, so that makes me think there is something wonky with the timing or valves. Got home a switched positions of the my mower and b…
Do I have to say anything?
Haha yeah I woke up to a little less than that
You have to admit that it is beautiful for the first day or so. Then it’s just painstakingly long LoL
Well, they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so that was actually a very long post.
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Miamicuse wrote:You will however spend more time on the spraying tools, cleaning the tubings and the nozzles etc…so it will spray “nice” and not clog or squirt the next time. Some will conclude the cleaning time is appreciably more if you are not doing a large enough area to make it worth your while.
I have an older Wagner and you’re right…[Read more]
Charles replied to the topic Easy to transport multi-position ladders in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 1 week, 6 days ago
CB wrote:Hook it, hang it, but don’t set it on top of a ladder.
I’m a tethers kinda guy myself. I have a bunch of various length tethers made up with a loop on one end and a caribiner on the other
My 18V Makita die grinder arrived. Look forward to giving it a try.
So where do you buy attachments for it? I don’t recall ever seeing them for sale in BB stores, nor the die grinders themselves for that matter.
HD has some basic accessories, Amazon has 1000’s of burrs and rasps, wire wheels, flap wheels, grinding s…[Read more]
Charles replied to the topic Today … I bought a Bosch – V4 in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 2 weeks ago
My new Bosch 18v Blower (GBL18V-71N) came today! I am watching the World Series so I have not unpacked and tried it out yet. I would have thought the box would have been bigger though.
I was pretty surprised by its size myself when I got mine, but I’ve been really happy with it. It’s kind of…
Made an impulse buy. Just got is so haven’t used it yet. First impressions…. looks to be well built, comes with rip guide, blade, belt hook, dust connector that attaches to dust port and can be used with bag or vac, on board wrench and freebie batt.
For a compact saw it’s on the heavy side, not sure I would want to spend much time with it…[Read more]
That was all over the news right after it happened. At the time there were no details as to what exactly happened, they simply said it was a collaspe
Charles replied to the topic Forum Direction/Changes – Member Ideas to put forward. in the forum BTP Questions 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Doobie wrote:And I don’t know what Jim really did to accentuate things with social media recognition. I’m just not savvy in that area. I don’t do IG FB and all that stuff for the most part.
The FB page was left to die 2 yrs ago
WoodsConstruction wrote:Best. Fence. Ever.
That one fits in the “What were they thinking” catagory
Same reason you have a leaflet for every tool/household item that you buy.
Electrical or not.
So I can actually sue the King Canada if I were to hurt myself using the nail gun or compressor ?
I will have to look at the leaflet , I am not sure how he can sue me.
Scenario, a paranoid one but…
Sorpa wrote:If he’s getting hurt while using your tools he could sue you a$$ and win without any problems.
Anchor your PT sill plate. Frame all 4 walls on the ground. Set the walls on the plate and shim bottom plates of all the walls to level across the top ?????
The Tip Mag
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Doobie wrote:A human couldn’t post that fast that much crap.
There has to be a joke hidden there LMFAO
Boschmanbrian wrote:Thanks , it’s definitely nice on these cooler fall days
Man you be guys are going to be well stocked , nothing like homemade food looks great , do you add any basil
Of course we do, along with peppers, onions, celery and garlic. A touch of chili pepper and sugar bring it all together.
Boschmanbrian wrote:Yesterday had some nice rib eye steak on the grill , we made a nice beef and barely soup , and of course can’t forget those perogies in fried butter
Your soup looks good ! Would hit the spot here today. It’s damp, dreary and cool.
We did a little more canning yesterday
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