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Vintage Sleds 24/7 (ONLY) / Re: Big Horns Vintage Ride
« Last post by ski-doood on Today at 04:19:45 am »
Thanks again for your reports from the West and sharing the great pictures and story's.  Appeciated!!
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My Rigid drill is great if you can get passed the drill chuck that slips on the drill shaft if you do not tighten the collet with a pair of slip joint plyers. Or am I just that weak now days?
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Milwaukee ..Runs rings around my Dewalt stuff..Although my wife has a Dewalt  lunchbox she likes..
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Yes 65 years old and still making a living with my hand tools. Apparently according to people in the industry I am the last person in the US left that still works on steel drive roll forming machines. Example, seamless gutter, facia, soffit, downspout, elbow, drip edge, standing seam roofing, ag-panel barn siding, replica travel trailer panels......
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Pure BS (Non Vintage Sled Related) / Re: Yard circles
« Last post by nobody on Today at 02:46:17 am »
OK, so start laughing now. You know that nitrogen makes the grass green right? The night crawlers (big worms) have a mating ritual that includes circling the mating worm as it expels a nitrogen rich secretion that creates what people here in Michigan call fairy circles, that make the lawn circles dark green in color end of story look it up.
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Where's that pesky "like" button?
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Pure BS (Non Vintage Sled Related) / Re: Yard circles
« Last post by PolCat on Today at 01:56:44 am »
We've had our for 28 years. Haven't seen them yet this year. Tried changing the PH with lime.
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Repairing stuff almost daily.  Been at it for 40 years already, work alone for the most part.  Do most while traveling so my truck and tools are a rolling office / shop.   I would agree it is sometimes aggrevating when asked for an opinion and before you can articulate an answer the person whom asked is already answering it for themselves.    The job usually comes back and lands in my lap anyway ... so I guess it is what it is.



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Pure BS (Non Vintage Sled Related) / Re: Yard circles
« Last post by Accorn on Today at 01:21:18 am »
Well how do you get rid of them?
Any concerns of the fugues ?
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DeWalt ...... for sure.  Will never buy another Milwaukee.

I have a couple of the XRP drills and one of the early generation 1/2" impact  ....... I have beat the living he!! out of all daily and they just keep ticking.  Nice part about the impact is it's compact size compared to what they are selling nowadays, and they are nicely balanced in your hands.  Gonna be a sad day when that ole impact finally gives up ... might have to shed a tear.
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