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Dayton I believe is still American made, Rockwell Standard also I think.
I've bought auto body materials from them....decent deals.
Yep, Milwaukee is the way I'd go.
What about those interlocking composite garage floor tiles?
If it's going to be a living space, then i would give thought to the volatility of the solvents the material will vent. Paint, coatings etc....
More, no less than two.
I like the way the maker beveled off the corners of the hex head.
No water. Straight pipe.
Yeah. It was given to me on my birthday, 06. The Person Who bestowed it upon me had it made much earlier in His Life. Novelty, because smoking...
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In the end of the stem is a bowl that unscrews & in turn screws into hole up forward in...
Going on memory, i think You just attach condensor lead to radio chassis, like a ground. Any ignition condensor should work. Anybody adept in...
Most used tool......thumbnail.
Maybe try putting condensors on the ballast or the radio itself. Same as how factorys put condesor on backs of am radios for noise suppresion....
Waxing is therapy.....cut polishing is Bust Ass....lol!
Thanks for the confidence MN!
Yup, been multi-using it since it came out in the 80's. Wipe on in clean straight lines, let air dry & buff off with clean microfibres.
I use it...
Thanks,,,what i figured.
Old school, variable speed Milwaukeee & Sioux grinder/buffers are absolutely the best. RA, meaning random action??
Maybe try some Nu-Finish(polymer teflon in the orange bottle attainable @ any kragen, pep boyz etc for less than 10 bux)by hand w/ clean...