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re: Looking for a DIYer router and bit set - TigerFanatic1
[quote]here is what i have always been told. Buy one of those cheap bit sets with 10- or 20 in there. and once you wear one of the bits out then you buy a quality single bit..... after a few years you will realize you have only used 3 or 4 bits. And you have have those quality bits you use. and...
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re: Looking for a DIYer router and bit set - TigerFanatic1
Point noted. I'm only looking at the higher amp/hp ones that are variable speed. It's one of those things that I don't plan on doing much, but would rather go ahead and pay a little extra for something that could do a little more. Thanks for the recommendation on bit brand. ...
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re: Looking for a DIYer router and bit set - TigerFanatic1
Thanks for the input. I really like the palm type tools, but I figured I would do more messing up than anything. I'm really leaning toward the lightest 10+ router with handles. Any bits to stay away from? I see a lot of 50+ piece kits, but in the past I've found that big kits often contain a lot...
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Looking for a DIYer router and bit set - TigerFanatic1
I'm looking to get a good router and bit set to make a few things around the house. I don't plan on doing any large scale projects but would like to build some drawers and a couple small kitchen cabinet doors. I think I may go with [link=(http://www.sears.com/craftsman-12-amp-2-hp-fixed-plunge-bas...
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re: Advice on licensing/certifications for remodeling rent homes? - TigerFanatic1
thanks for the input. Definitely have a lot of research to do. ...
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Advice on licensing/certifications for remodeling rent homes? - TigerFanatic1
We are thinking of acquiring a few properties to rent and/or flip. I went on the Louisiana Licensing website but am not 100% certain of what I would need to obtain to do my own work. I am thinking I would need to apply for a Home Improvement Registration if I were to complete more than $7,500 of im...
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re: Natural Gas Crawfish Burner - TigerFanatic1
I use propane only because natural gas isn't available at my home. Although natural gas' BTUs are a lot less than propane, I'd use natural gas because of the cost and not having to refill. ...
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re: First Time Buyer of a Tractor - TigerFanatic1
I would look for the best deal on a 40-50ish HP 4x4 with a front end loader in something like a Kubota or Deere, from a local dealer. As far as implements, a box blade and bush hog are must haves; a disc is also nice to have. If you are looking at cattle, a 3 point spear is a must for moving round ...
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re: Ban Random/DALSU/LSU9458 - TigerFanatic1
They will show up with same reasons: leaked information messed it up, Texas Boosters said this and that. It's the same story every time. ...
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re: Cons of not titling ATV - TigerFanatic1
I may be looking at it wrong. We have the title which has been notarized, the registration is when they would tax me. ...
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re: Cons of not titling ATV - TigerFanatic1
I think the taxes may be around 500, so I may go ahead and title it. ...
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re: Cons of not titling ATV - TigerFanatic1
Probably won't ever be able to use it on public, as they will probably never allow a 1000s specifications. ...
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re: Cons of not titling ATV - TigerFanatic1
Thanks guys. I've never sold/traded one without the title, so I wanted to explore other's thoughts. I have the title which is signed and notarized. ...
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Cons of not titling ATV - TigerFanatic1
I bought an ATV from a relative and am debating on whether or not to title it. I hear a lot of people purchasing out of state to avoid taxes. Only benefit of not titling is saving on taxes. What are the cons of not titling it? ...
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re: Dish local channels cutoff sides. - TigerFanatic1
They aren't in HD. I don't have any issues with other channels that aren't HD though. Maybe it is because the station is only offered in SD and Dish's formatting messes it up. I may go buy one of the amplified antennas and use it to watch the game, I just having to swap inputs to view other channels...
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re: Dish local channels cutoff sides. - TigerFanatic1
Yes, thats where I change from zoom, gray box, normal, etc. I did some more googling and noticed others have the same issue. Most are saying it's due to how the station is broadcasted and uploaded by Dish. ...
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re: Dish local channels cutoff sides. - TigerFanatic1
I only have stretch, partial zoom, zoom, gray bar, and normal formats. I did find an HDTV Setup section that lets me adjust the analog type, TV type, and Aspect ratios; none of the settings would format it to show the entire screen. It is only my local channels though, regular channels like ESPN dis...
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Dish local channels cutoff sides. - TigerFanatic1
Are there any settings that will show the entire picture for my Dish Network local channels? This normally doesn't bother me, be I can't stand to watch games on it anymore. ...
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re: How often do you need 4x4 in your truck? - TigerFanatic1
I've only truly needed 4x4 a few times. Most of the time I've used it to minimize damage to property and to pull someone else out. With that said, I usually pay a few thousand more for it and will continue to do so, as I feel I get most of it back on resale. In your case of 10k difference, I wou...
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re: Pvc boards on top of bunk boards - TigerFanatic1
I bought these [link=(https://www.ultimatebunkboards.com)]LINK[/link] a few years ago and was impressed. They aren't cheap, but felt more durable that the composite boards at the big box stores. It made loading and unloading the boat easy. As mentioned earlier, you better keep the boat secured while...
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