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JimDaddyO wrote:More good news. The little 3.7 litre seems OK on gas, has over 300 hp so it moves along pretty well when I want it to.
Sixes have come a long way on power and fuel economy. Really a good six is about all you need.
Boschmanbrian wrote:Yeah that’s a difficult thing to do ,
yes it is difficult, I’ve hit it twice over the years.
ChadM wrote:I had planned on putting half inch plywood on the walls instead of drywall but with 1/2″ ply being $35 a sheet I opted for drywall instead lol.
Man lumber is rally expensive here too. Who knows why I guess demand is up. Hopefully it will come down with winter.
JimDaddyO wrote:I think it’s the second time I’ve reached HAM.
Congrats JDO now you can get some tools to stock your new shop. I ordered a T4B end of August, I rechecked with the BTP Team about 2 weeks ago, they replied that the orders are taking about 9 weeks. They seem to be ordering the items from corporate as we redeem our points rather tha…[Read more]
JimDaddyO wrote:I am glad to report the little MP3 player works great. All my tunes in one place.
Glad it all worked out. Snow tires, the words make me cold. I haven’t dealt with snow years in a very long time.
JimDaddyO wrote:Anyway, this is how I did it over the course of a week or so. I don’t work fast, no need to
Turned out nice JDO, Thank you for posting.
GTokley wrote:I am the same I don’t like shirts with print ot logos on them. I prefer a plain shirt.
Same here not big on printing either. Prefer plain dark color hides the stains.
Boschmanbrian wrote:Yeah , unfortunately for us , these usually aren’t off the shelf parts ,
Hopefully they can rush them out to us.
That’s what overnight shipping is for.
JimDaddyO wrote:Well, I found the CD player doesn’t work. It does have a aux input though so I ordered am MP3 player for $34 that all my music will fit on and plug in.
Too bad on the CD Player though a good solution using the Aux plug. Not a bad price either.
Boschmanbrian wrote:I was at Tony tools over a week ago
Thank you for keeping us updated on the new tools coming out from Bosch. I wish Bosch would keep us updated on that here at BTP.
Bill replied to the topic Lighting – upgrades, discussion, LED and new technology in the forum Electrical 3 days, 23 hours ago
JimDaddyO wrote:This is from the “flicker” of the LED’s turning on and off with the AC current being close to the same shutter speed of the camera.
I had no idea that was a problem, learn something new every day.
Boschmanbrian wrote:Started up the system , received the parts for the nitrogen and krypton bottles , unfortunately someone ordered the wrong size
Isn’t the way it always goes? You are ready to fix something, wrong part.
Miamicuse wrote:She sent one to me directly, and it looks like the instruction GTokley posted earlier.
No email here either. Guess I’ll have to get a new ID
Bill replied to the topic Lighting – upgrades, discussion, LED and new technology in the forum Electrical 4 days, 23 hours ago
GTokley wrote:I look forward hooking these up and seeing how well they work.
Let us know the results
JimDaddyO wrote:So I put the panel back on the table saw and it’s going on their truck.
Great idea, let someone else do the heavy stuff. Sounds like it is coming along.
JimDaddyO wrote:I was prepared to put a hitch on the truck but the trailer rides level enough, so the wiring repair was $200 cheaper than a hitch.
Nice you got the hitch all wired up and level enough. Looks like you are ready to roll.
RonW wrote:Ceiling is up. Ready for some drywall.
Man did that came out nice. Great job Ron.
Bill replied to the topic Lighting – upgrades, discussion, LED and new technology in the forum Electrical 5 days, 23 hours ago
GTokley wrote:I can’t wait to get them installed at the new place.
They look handy, I juts have not seen that combination of light and camera but it is a good idea.
JimDaddyO wrote:Another expensive day. This move seems to suck money. I just bought a new 6′ x 12′ utility trailer.
The money has just started to flow out. Wait until you move in then the money spending really starts.
Miamicuse wrote:Not a tool but I ordered a bunch of LED light bulbs getting ready to turn over a rental.
Looks like a lot of bulbs. Looks like you are doing the whole rental in LEDs.
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