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  1. Be sure that the throttle's spring has enough...

    Be sure that the throttle's spring has enough strength to pull it back. The small cord can get a lot of drag on the ground or by some shrubs if there's some length.
  2. The air flows around the obstacles with pressure...

    The air flows around the obstacles with pressure waves and swirls. The ears are made to react at the pressure waves, because the sound is that. So, the ears are constantly beaten during the ride,...
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    Sticky: I don't think that the force involved in...

    I don't think that the force involved in splitting the vertical grain represents a major part of the whole, beside the folding force of the hinge and the leveraged force of lifting the tree. It seems...
  4. Q-tips as far as I recall. I elaborated a...

    Q-tips as far as I recall. I elaborated a movement to have a good cleaning with that and to avoid any build up.
    But still, I have the high pitch continuously in both ears.
    Now, even with the...
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    A climb line in place, yes, but how long can it...

    A climb line in place, yes, but how long can it sustains the fire?
    It doesn't take much time to wreck the outer fibers. Then, put a heavy friction on it...
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    No, not at all. The dutchman is basically a very...

    No, not at all.
    The dutchman is basically a very narrow notch inside the usual notch, on a partial or full width of the hinge ( intended or not). The narrow notch, often just a kerf, closes early...
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    I guess that hopefully the skidsteer was here...

    I guess that hopefully the skidsteer was here again to save the day. Without it, this tree wouldn't have fallen on its own, or if it did, anywhere where it didn't have to.

    You blind yourself I you...
  8. I don't recall the rule for the stitch's length,...

    I don't recall the rule for the stitch's length, but I would make it length enough to cover a complete turn of the yarns, just to be sure that all of them are locked equally.
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    Yes, but even in night position, you focus your...

    Yes, but even in night position, you focus your attention on the headlights and you keep being distracted from your driving.
    In this situation, I just put the rear views a tad out of sight, so I...
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    They don't want an invitation, it's just that...

    They don't want an invitation, it's just that they want you to drive a little more faster. Either not enough room with the incoming traffic, or not enough speed gain to justify to burn their tires...
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    People ! :lol: That makes a lot of itching...

    People ! :lol:
    That makes a lot of itching spots.

    I don't rake toward the chipper specifically, but rather toward the main accumulation area(s). It's more efficient, time and energy, for me. It's...
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    Then it has to be somewhat refined

    Then it has to be somewhat refined
  13. It's like a shackle, but the stud slides in...

    It's like a shackle, but the stud slides in instead of being screwed, easy to close and can't open alone.
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/mP8o87TVSe4"...
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    Sticky: Mick, I had the same story as yours, less violent...

    Mick, I had the same story as yours, less violent though. I had a painful shoulder and can't move my left arm up, not only by the pain, but the muscles just didn't want to work beyond one point. I...
  15. Give me a little time for the hysteresis. For...

    Give me a little time for the hysteresis.

    For the weight, we should use the term "apparent weight", because for us, in our environment, the mass is never affected by only the gravity. Plenty of...
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    I second that. I can't stand to have the legs...

    I second that.
    I can't stand to have the legs naked, even for small jobs on the ground. The skin on my shins is very thin and fragile, only a little scratch or just a touch through a jean is enough...
  17. I take this experiment as a valuable approach. ...

    I take this experiment as a valuable approach.
    There isn't any magic here and the mass of the hanging load surely doesn't change. But the hand added some force transiently in the system, which adds...
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    First time I see that. But what's different...

    First time I see that.

    But what's different which avoids the acid seeping through and corroding the connectors?
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    Pet pet pet pet pet, like a metronome, a friendly...

    Pet pet pet pet pet, like a metronome, a friendly sound:)
    Thanks Stig, this vid leads to some cool blues with different old motors as a drummer. I love this idea.

    For the frankenzig, I'd be very...
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    Removing the stopper knot or other stopper...

    Removing the stopper knot or other stopper something from the end of the lanyard allows this slipping (or releasing the grab if you have the time) to continue past the end and frees the lanyard if...
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    Sticky: Nice idea, but the cops will be happy to see that...

    Nice idea, but the cops will be happy to see that : more money for them:evil:
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    It seems I didn't look at it close enough at the...

    It seems I didn't look at it close enough at the time.
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    Thanks Grendel, I stand corrected. I saw...

    Thanks Grendel, I stand corrected.


    I saw this vid years ago, and he wasn't very successful in his attempt to cut the lanyard and that's stuck in my mind, even if I know it's doable.
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    Since we are in the "shit hits the fan", there's...

    Since we are in the "shit hits the fan", there's an other scary one. It has a better ending hopefully.
    For those who don't understand german, like me, action begins at 1'35.
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    For me, it's doubtful that this vid shows a steel...

    For me, it's doubtful that this vid shows a steel core lanyard. Look at the end when the lanyard falls on the ground : way too snaky for a steel rope. You never get a so small loop with a free fall,...
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