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    Gary, not all of us are age 23 like you.
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Who Vapes? in The Rec Room
    Peanut butter cup! Hmmm...
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    Aren't these what you need? Worldwide shipping. http://www.ebay.com.sg/itm/COLEMAN-COOLER-REPLACEMENT-HINGE-ASSEMBLY-ICE-CHEST-SCREW-CANTEEN-WINE-BEER-SODA-/222313978836?hash=item33c2f21bd4:g:25UAAOxyF0pTjjOy
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Who Vapes? in The Rec Room
    MB, I see that vapes are offered at the Japan auction site, so people are buying them for something. Is there a use for them besides for with weed, as weed is highly illegal. Not worth the risk of getting busted, though there are people that are willing. I have friends and such and once there was an American guy I know.....:) Too risky for the sake of family. :/:
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Who Vapes? in The Rec Room
    Never tried it, but would like to. Haven't a clue.
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    You mentioned that the oiler hole isn't clogged in the bar, so I guess it can be assumed that the bar groove is cleaed out too. If the saw sits idling and there is a hole mismatch, it wouldn't be surprising to see oil dripping out and pooling up on the ground beneath the saw, unless the bar is completely sealing off the exit oil hole in the engine.
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    Here, I regularly see engines kept running while people are shopping or at the post office. God forbid someone should have to get into a somewhat cooled off or heated up car after their chores. Some neighbors must have their car engines running for twenty minutes in the winter before going to work, the same ones that drive a half block to dispose a bag of trash at the station that almost everyone else walks to with their refuse in defined sized bags that can seldom be too heavy to carry. It gets me, the people that won't lift a finger to minutely help preserve what is an immensely valuable common need for all. Dense beyond the ability to understand. :(
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    My guess too. I've elongated oil holes in bars to match up. Sometimes the holes will match up under certain chain tension and not with other, but those are with bars not made to work with that particular saw. Sometimes enlarging the oil hole on a bar that is made for and used on a particular saw, will get more oil to the chain.
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    I don't see how you can complain about things like pipelines, without first blaming the consideration for their need on people's excess uses of fossil fuels or other energy resources. Emphasis on excess.
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    Maybe. http://www.ravenbeak.com/staves.html
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Trust in Climbing Forum
    A doubled line is just one leg doubled over... granted, each leg takes a lighter load of you. But if a leg is cut or you TIP breaks, down you go. It was hard for me as well. The doubled line just feels more stable especially on limb walks. And the 2-1 is nice. I guess, using the hybrid devises helps a lot in helping some over come this, as you can switch back and forth through out the climb. I feel this eases the nerves for some over time. Trusting the gear is key. Especially the Itty bitty hitch cord for most. And knots. JME.
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    2 Days Ago
    Happy Birthday B!
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    Oh yeah, the only things that you can take out to facilitate cleaning after that are the high and low speed adjusting screws. I shoot carb cleaner into the holes. When you do put the screws back in, don't seat them too tight is what gets said, not to damage the fine tips.
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    3 Days Ago
    I'm moving to Slovenia, wherever it is.
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    Very straight forward it is. The only thing that I guess could be said that is delicate, is if you want to disassemble the whole carb for cleaning. Two things.... On the pump side is a little screen that sits in a recess, about 3/8" in diameter or so. You can pop that out with a pointed thing like an ice pick. It can have dirt in there. If you shoot air at it, it can fly out to who knows where. On the opposite metering side, when removing the screw that holds the little pin that holds the metering lever that raises the metering needle up and down with the diaphragm pulsations, there is a tiny spring that sits in a little recess beneath the lever. You need to be mindful that it doesn't fly out and disappear when you take out the screw holding the horizontal pin. Keep you finger on the metering lever for control when removing the screw, then carefully taking finger pressure off the lever will allow it to be lifted away and the spring is sitting there accessible. It probably fell over. Taking the screw out, then releasing the pin and taking out the spring and metering lever, then allows you to lift out the metering needle if it has slipped off the end of the lever. If you bought the whole rebuild kit and not just the diaphragms with gaskets, there will be a new metering lever and needle with it. Metering levers don't normally get buggered up unless they've been tweaked, but it's good to replace the needle. The metering lever should sit flush with the surface of the carb body around it or a slightly raised ridge (flat or ridge depends on carb model) when everything is assembled, or else it needs to get bent to be like that. There must be videos and stuff on the net that clearly explains that if in doubt. It's all very simple really, but trying to describe it may make it not seem that way. Putting the spring back in and having it match up beneath the lever like it should be can be a little fiddle. I like to set the spring in its little recess standing up, then after putting the pin through the lever and hooking the needle on the end, drop the affair down in place without the spring tipping over. The horizontal pin has to fit into it's groove and the screw put in over that holds it all in place. Pretty self explanatory really when you see it.
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    3 Days Ago
    Yeah, not going savage. I think Henry might make it in lever. Leaning that way.
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    Stig, that is a great story. Those Sena units really make a difference in breaking in a new climber.
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    Levi wants a .17 We are looking around now as the length of his trigger pull is still pretty short.
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    3 Days Ago
    Deva, I don't recall if you mentioned having rebuilt a carb before, but if you haven't, be mindful that the metering side diaphragm (4 screws holding on the top cover plate) sits on top of the gasket. The opposite side pump diaphragm is reversed, it sits against the carb body under the gasket.
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    Ray, do you have saltwater crocs down in Florida? :\:
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    There certainly are more experienced people than me who would likely offer a wiser reply, but I would guess that the saw might well have simply quickly froze up with no damage to the crank bearings or anything else besides the p and c. After thoroughly blowing out and cleaning the crankcase and parts within, check the crank movement. If it seems good, why not go for it with a new p and c. When you do install the new piston on the crank, be mindful of the circlips position that holds the piston on the crank pin. The curly q should either be in the up or down position in it's seat, not sideways, or it's said that the clip can fly out. I had a clip either break or fly out once on a real cool modified saw that I had put a lot of work into and was getting real good use from, rendering both the piston and cylinder damaged to uselessness. Bring that saw back to life!
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Fishing 2017 in The Rec Room
    I remember reading an article about a guy that hooked a giant tuna while in his small inflatable. Multi hundred pound fish I believe it was. I can't recall exactly, but I think something like three hours or maybe longer to finally succeed in bringing the fish up to his raft. I imagine it was quite a feat to accomplish.
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Songs I Like in MBTV
    Singer looks like he just stepped off his tractor.
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    Start with her hand and then be devouring her entire body!
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    The mud has been horrible, hard to tell they are white most the time. Sam was short for Samson. Thanks Stig. I hope some day to get a video of Sam and the kids on the trampoline. It can be quite entertaining :D
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    :)
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    An old movie, but I love this scene, where Jimmy decides he's going to whack Morrie. That wry smile and little head shake, what an evil man. De Niro rips it. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/tOWaHTlq-hI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Fishing 2017 in The Rec Room
    It looked like a white meat type, reminded me of one that is light colored and flaky that we have here. I imagine good in a stew as well.
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