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re: Need to get some patio pavers cut - Chris4x4gill2
you can buy a wet saw at Harbor Freight for $40. If they are too thick for the table saw, use a masonry blade in your circular saw...
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re: Need help wiring switch panel for boat - Chris4x4gill2
I missed that. If a bilge is going to be on there I agree with you, but I wouldn't put a bilge on those switches. A bilge would need a 3 position switch rather than a two. It would need to be ran separate and "should" be on an auto float with a switched manual override. ...
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re: Need help wiring switch panel for boat - Chris4x4gill2
true, I dotn know what he plans to run off of the switches, but in most cases, the way I described would be just fine. Most boats are wired that way from the factory. The individual fuses would be needed if you have large loads on each switch. Here is an example of daisy chain I was referring to....
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re: Need help wiring switch panel for boat - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]Ok so run a wire from battery to switch panel, fuse it, jump that across each switch to the cig lighter? Then explain the grounding setup a little more in detail please [/quote] run a positive wire with a fuse from the battery to the cig lighter. At the terminal that attaches to the bac...
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re: Need help wiring switch panel for boat - Chris4x4gill2
Fused hot from battery to 12v outlet daisy chain hot to switched positive input. Outlet will need a ground as well. Do the switches light up? Do they use a ground as well. Fuse your supply positive on your initial run. No need to fuse each one....
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re: Outdoor Board Shop Hacks and tool talk - Chris4x4gill2
I really like these hangers for storing long handled tools. I cant find them anymore right now though. [img]https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/21HdKkADABL._SY90_.jpg[/img]...
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re: Outdoor Board Shop Hacks and tool talk - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]I have a situation that some of you toolniks may be able to help me with. I have a 4-drawer Kennedy toolbox on casters. Top drawer locks bottom 3 drawers when fully closed - releases bottom 3 when slightly open. Bottom 3 are now locked shut and top drawer no longer releases them. I've mon...
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re: How old do you think this guy is? - Chris4x4gill2
thanks for the explanation...
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re: How old do you think this guy is? - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]His body.[/quote] care to elaborate a little more?...
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re: How old do you think this guy is? - Chris4x4gill2
Shot him last weekend. I'm just trying to get better at aging them from photos. I will get a picture of his jawbone soon. ...
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How old do you think this guy is? - Chris4x4gill2
How old do you think this guy is? What do you base your estimate on? [IMG]http://i1295.photobucket.com/albums/b625/Chris4x4gill2/Stag%20Horn%202_zpsefmnfgqi.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i1295.photobucket.com/albums/b625/Chris4x4gill2/Stag%20Horn%201_zpsqso4ytq2.png[/IMG] ...
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re: Real Estate Question - Antique Log Cabin - Chris4x4gill2
I would leave as is if its not in the way of the new home build. He may change his mind about rehabbing it later. ...
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re: anyone recommend a good utility trailer for a 4 wheeler? - Chris4x4gill2
5x8 is fine for an atv. For a side x side you need a 6x10...
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re: Cranking battery? - Chris4x4gill2
biggest thing is making sure the terminals match your wiring. If you need studs with wingnuts, they typically only come on "Marine" batteries, but you can use convertors for posts and use whatever battery you want. I have always used standard auto cranking batteries for my boats. [img]http://ecx....
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re: 1/31 IST the fat lady has taken the stage - Chris4x4gill2
Getting ready to head to church here. I wrapped up the season yesterday sitting in a ladder stand with the wind blowing so hard it felt like I was on a swing. Scored Friday on a nice buck. Technically a "cull" but he was a big old sumbich...
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re: Old batteries-what yall di with em - Chris4x4gill2
Around here, I use to get $8 for them at the scrap yard or $5 at the Interstate Battery store. Never tried a retail store. ...
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re: How big of a PITA is it to change bathroom faucets? - Chris4x4gill2
Faucets are pretty straight forward. Like many have already said, reaching the nuts from underneath is usually the biggest PITA....
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re: How old is too old for AMMO? - Chris4x4gill2
I'd shoot those without hesitation.Saving / displaying would be cool though. [quote]Mag spring worked fine. [/quote] Staying in a compressed state doesnt weaken springs. ...
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re: 99% True Unbelievable/Interesting Family stories of the "Tall Tale" variety. - Chris4x4gill2
One my grandad likes to tell, is how he killed 10 quail with 2 shots. He pulled up to the old farm house and saw a small covey of birds near the opposite corner. Got his gun and as he was approaching, one flushed and he shot it. Then he rounded the corner and the rest of the birds flushed, he fired ...
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re: Fixing rust in chamber - Chris4x4gill2
I agree with trying the steel wool. Maybe a scotchbrite pad, not sure if that would be less abrasive or not though. But if it just surface rust, a little oil and fine steel wool will take it right off and not harm the finish. ...
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