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  0 Thread: Bearing Experts: Need Advice: SUCCESS!
Post: RE: Bearing Experts: Need Advice: SUCCESS!

It did not look that good brand new, nice job.
lift mechanic Woodworking Power Tools 18 1,002 04-12-2021, 10:14 AM
  0 Thread: 2 sided front door?
Post: 2 sided front door?

My wife wants a new deck door with the inside to match the alder interior and the outside to match the rough sawn cedar. I made a similar door for the front door except the out side is circular sawn d...
lift mechanic Woodworking 1 243 04-10-2021, 02:42 PM
  0 Thread: Bearing Experts: Need Advice: SUCCESS!
Post: RE: Bearing Experts: Need Advice

I am no expert but have replaced thousands of bearings. The bearing that is pictured is a shielded bearing. The 203 is the same as 6203. There is a difference between shielded and sealed bearings. A s...
lift mechanic Woodworking Power Tools 18 1,002 04-07-2021, 11:57 PM
  0 Thread: Other uses for floor poly?
Post: RE: Other uses for floor poly?

I have used Bona Mega WB product on my front door and garage door, I did lay them flat before applying the finish. 5 years and still looks like the day I put it on.
lift mechanic Finishing 6 685 04-07-2021, 12:45 AM
  0 Thread: Kitchen Upper Cabinets that extend to ceiling
Post: RE: Kitchen Upper Cabinets that extend to ceiling

At 54" tall cabinets I would use 12mm x 60" x 60" baltic birch plywood for the boxes, not much waste. You can get in pre-finished or just sanded. Face frames are easy to build and you can get the look...
lift mechanic Woodworking 19 821 04-05-2021, 07:20 PM
  0 Thread: How Long To Wait?
Post: RE: How Long To Wait?

After 5 days the finish could not be marked using the finger nail test. A friend stopped by and helped me flip it over. My pick board should be out of the snow in a week or so, perfect timing.
lift mechanic Finishing 9 587 03-29-2021, 11:42 AM
  0 Thread: Planer/Jointer cutter head bearing worth going expensive?
Post: RE: Planer/Jointer cutter head bearing worth going...

When I installed the Byrd head on my delta planer I replaced the bearings. If I remember right I used SKF bearings. After spending that kind of money on a up grade I would not want to take a chance wi...
lift mechanic Woodworking Power Tools 8 780 03-25-2021, 07:52 PM
  0 Thread: How Long To Wait?
Post: RE: How Long To Wait?

I finished the top first because of the posibility of getting the aniline dye run on the top. On the large surface I used a 4" foam roller to spread the Arm-R-Seal over the surface, lots of bubbles. M...
lift mechanic Finishing 9 587 03-25-2021, 10:27 AM
  0 Thread: How Long To Wait?
Post: How Long To Wait?

I just put the last coat of Arm-R-Seal on the top of my dinning table. Table is QSWO 1 1/2" x 48" x 72" quite heavy about 200 pounds. I need to flip it over to dye, stain and seal the bottom side. H...
lift mechanic Finishing 9 587 03-24-2021, 11:06 AM
  0 Thread: No thinking allowed
Post: RE: No thinking allowed

Watco Medium walnut stain and wipe-on simi-gloss poly
lift mechanic Finishing 6 474 03-14-2021, 08:05 PM
  0 Thread: concrete sealer
Post: RE: concrete sealer

The Super Seal 2000 comes in satin and gloss. I was a little worried about it being slippery this winter but was not a problem.
lift mechanic Home Improvement 5 475 03-13-2021, 11:52 AM
  0 Thread: concrete sealer
Post: RE: concrete sealer

Last fall I sealed my car port with Super Seal 2000. It has held up well water still beads up after a rain Snow did not stick to it . The road salt from the cars did not seem to affect it. How will it...
lift mechanic Home Improvement 5 475 03-13-2021, 12:33 AM
  0 Thread: New circular saw burning the wood
Post: RE: New circular saw burning the wood

Pressure treated wood is always wet and hard to rip, blade pinch, cross cutting not so bad. I built a archery back stop 2 years ago using 2 vertical 6" x 6" x 10ft treated posts set 2ft into the groun...
lift mechanic Woodworking 14 915 03-11-2021, 11:11 AM
  0 Thread: New circular saw burning the wood
Post: RE: New circular saw burning the wood

It is possibly blade pinch. Start the cut and go until you can see the cut behind the saw. Stick a wood wedge, shim shingle or a flat screw driver in the cut. this will relieve the blade pinch. It cou...
lift mechanic Woodworking 14 915 03-10-2021, 07:33 PM
  0 Thread: Time For A New Freezer?
Post: RE: Time For A New Freezer?

Years ago they built things to last a lift time, now they build things to replace in 5 - 7 years.
lift mechanic Home Improvement 8 533 03-08-2021, 01:39 PM
  0 Thread: Parts prices
Post: RE: Parts prices

When replacing power cords on my sawsall and skillsaws. I go to Home Depo and buy a 25' a extension cord and cut off one end. The prices of replacement is only going to go up. That is if you can get r...
lift mechanic Woodworking 9 740 03-07-2021, 07:23 PM
  0 Thread: dewalt 744 table saw wrench
Post: RE: dewalt 744 table saw wrench

I don't know what size wrench you need but tappet wrenches are thin.
lift mechanic Woodworking 6 410 03-06-2021, 11:55 PM
  0 Thread: 240V electrical question
Post: RE: 240V electrical question

Many motors are wired to use 120 or 240. The machine will work the same on either voltage. the 120 volt will use twice the amperage as the 240. The only draw back is many motors will draw more than 20...
lift mechanic Woodworking Power Tools 28 1,637 03-04-2021, 02:11 PM
  0 Thread: Finishing hickory
Post: RE: Finishing hickory

I use a lot of Calico Hickory. Lots of browns to cream colors. I sand it to 220 starting with 180. The only finish I have used is Arm-R-Seal satin, 3 coats, sanding 320 between coats. Make sure to wip...
lift mechanic Finishing 6 439 03-03-2021, 07:10 PM
  0 Thread: Delta 12-560 Planer Incident (Pictures)
Post: RE: Delta 12-560 Planer Incident (Pictures)

Looking at your pictures the belt pulley is what is held on the shaft with a nut. The pulley should have some kind of key most likely a woodruff key, a crescent moon shaped piece of steel. My first qu...
lift mechanic Woodworking Power Tools 23 1,411 03-01-2021, 11:13 AM

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