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Nuts-N-Bolts / Re: 2.5L - Low Output
« Last post by joe98tj on February 19, 2018, 07:40:55 PM »
Now just waiting to hear back from CT galvanizing.
  Joe - who did you talk to at CT Galvanizing?
No one yet. I sent an email to laura the sales manager and left a voicemail for john the VP

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Nuts-N-Bolts / Re: 2.5L - Low Output
« Last post by JeepinMaxx on February 19, 2018, 07:29:27 PM »
Now just waiting to hear back from CT galvanizing.
  Joe - who did you talk to at CT Galvanizing?
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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by A new level on February 19, 2018, 07:17:07 PM »
Mine would be the mig welder.  Not because of the tool, just because of the dumb shit I make with it.  I've made a potato cannon fueld by acetylene, a black powder tennis ball cannon, and most recently I got caught welding folding chairs to a car hood to tow behind my XJ on the logging roads of Maine.

Amazing!!

More apprioate.....beerazing.....

Hahahahaha
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Nuts-N-Bolts / Re: 2.5L - Low Output
« Last post by joe98tj on February 19, 2018, 06:43:56 PM »
Big thanks to Pat for again coming out and welding on the final pieces of the frame.

Now just waiting to hear back from CT galvanizing.

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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by Paul'TheGuest'W on February 19, 2018, 06:39:45 PM »
Mine would be the mig welder.  Not because of the tool, just because of the dumb shit I make with it.  I've made a potato cannon fueld by acetylene, a black powder tennis ball cannon, and most recently I got caught welding folding chairs to a car hood to tow behind my XJ on the logging roads of Maine.

Amazing!!

More apprioate.....beerazing.....
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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by A new level on February 19, 2018, 06:36:24 PM »
Mine would be the mig welder.  Not because of the tool, just because of the dumb shit I make with it.  I've made a potato cannon fueld by acetylene, a black powder tennis ball cannon, and most recently I got caught welding folding chairs to a car hood to tow behind my XJ on the logging roads of Maine.

Amazing!!
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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by A new level on February 19, 2018, 06:36:04 PM »
After this weekend, first would be angle grinder, second would be the spring compressors....

Thick grinding wheel on the angle grinder found my knuckle this weekend, right to the bone, don’t need to do that again.


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Done that! Isn't pretty!!
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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by King of the Hill on February 19, 2018, 06:00:52 PM »
The only real damage I have done to my self in the garage is losing the corner of my thumb on a table saw and 5 stitches in my index finger from my hi-lift.
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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by Mr. Easy on February 19, 2018, 05:14:06 PM »
angle grinder with a wire wheel attachment. I've done more damage to myself wearing gloves using that than without.
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General Discussion / Re: Most feared tool in your garage...
« Last post by Paul'TheGuest'W on February 19, 2018, 04:43:38 PM »
Mine would be the mig welder.  Not because of the tool, just because of the dumb shit I make with it.  I've made a potato cannon fueld by acetylene, a black powder tennis ball cannon, and most recently I got caught welding folding chairs to a car hood to tow behind my XJ on the logging roads of Maine.
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