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Oh, the humanity...

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what a shame.... and how sad for the parents... to deny them contact and to know that she is lieing can only lend itself to an underlying pathological issue with a woman who obviously needs to attract attention

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it is common for pipeline and underwater wires  to follow bridges... and I also see a 'straight' line in the water, off to the side of the bridge....You maybe getting some rf interference or something.


also, where aer you located.. it is pretty but damn, look at all that fuel spill coming off from those docks... I would call the epa or whomever manages that area to clean it up

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i always cry when I see great wood workers screw up their work by finishing it poorly....

paint thinner is not a cleaner... especially when planning on coating over it with solvent based coatings... paint thinner will remain in the wood pores and affect the subsequent coating you put on top of it...  it also increases the moisture content of the wood, so that the top coatings do not penetrate as well

second,  especially on larger pieces... apply the subsequent coatings with larger tools. or rather more adequate tools... the goal in every coating is to apply an EVEN coat... of you use a small brush, foam or any other kind, then some areas might have more material then other areas... 

use a paint roller.... apply material to as large of an area as you can until the material starts to set, (that is actually too much area, next time a smaller area).. but SPEED of application will also allow you to apply to a larger area too.

roll out a large area, use a V pattern or a W pattern, to spread the material, then roll it out, as even as possible.. the, use your brush, foam or whatever, and make long straight lines, from one edge to the other, or at least 2/3, then come back from the other edge and brush off back into the section you just did. while lifting up on the brush.

maybe hard to explain/describe, but again, the point is to cover large areas, and use the brush as little as possible.  not back and forth, and side to side and back and forth and side to side, ...

if you use the right tool and the right material.. it will come out like glass

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my tranny has a block out condition between 4th and 5th... so that I can not down shift from 5 to 4

Im told it is the synchro and that the entire tranny needs to be rebuilt?

can't the 'offending' syncro be replaced without rebuilding everything?  or is it a situation that 'since the tranny is cracked, just go ahead and rebuild it totally

thanks

bill

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Thomas J. MacDonald (born 1966) is a U.S. carpenter and woodworker and host of the PBS television series Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac.

Born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, MacDonald attended the Blue Hills Regional Vocational High School, but dropped out and did not complete his schooling; he later received a GED. He worked as a carpenter for 17 years, but was injured while doing construction work on the Big Dig project in Boston. He later attended the North Bennet Street School in Boston, where he learned woodworking.



that is from the wikipedia for 'Tommy Mac'

hmmm.   congrats on going back and getting the ged... wondering why you couldnt do it when you were supposed to?  and When you did in fact go back?  (before or after your TV 'career'

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Use fishing line, or guitar strings. Use them like a saw and pull back and forth

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i noticed that when you checked the accuracy of the test bar, you came up with a 1/4 of a .001 th

but the dial gauge is a tolerance of .001

so, yes, it could be a problem of the collett or any number of things... but, then again, it could be dead nuts on target...

btw, I love your videos...  thanks

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im subscribed to the rough country youtube channel, and have been a long time subscriber to your channel.. I luv it...


btrw, I don't see the link to the full sized video,(the long version?) 

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hello, thanks for the video.... I am trying to determine where the mechanical gauge is connected on the motor?  is there a test port?  or do I need to remove the existing sending unit, so that I can only use one gauge at a time.. either the mechanical gauge or the dash board gauge, but not both at the same time?

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you guys are funny..try watching your videos with CC on... heheheh

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as for the stoplossbags.. great concept.. but.... a better solution, and easier and cleaner, less messier...  is to blow into an open can of paint, or coating material, while you are placing the lid onto the can.. (like whistling/blowing).. then while blowing, snap the lid into place...

you are displacing the air, oxygen... )
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