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Nice dude. I've got some old road signs I'm gonna do this with for homecoming next week.Kitchen shears... Ever hear of tin snips?
Just get any thin steel metal. Doesn't particularly matter what it is as long as it's steel.
Can I just put this directly in my reloads or do I have to do something to it?
It's got so little alcohol that it's not considered alcoholic by the U.S. government. Depending how it's made, it's usually like .5% alcohol by volume.
You really don't even need a recipe. Just follow that general path, though I'd use wine yeast. Yeast is a living creature, so it doesn't care much if you get your recipe perfect.
Thank you so much dude.. I needed this to finish my own engine brand. I'm making my own engines from sand cast aluminum and junkyard pieces.Saved my life. I was gonna have to buy a lathe. Out of thanks, I donate you this immunity cat. The immunity cat saves you from stupid facebook chain letters.
That's not how cancer works. Cancer is your body's cells losing the ability to perform interphase (step of the cell cycle) and the cells can't control their rate of reproduction and you get growing lumps of useless cells that are known as tumors.
Would a couple of these forklift motors be enough to make a hybrid drive like on a locomotive? I'm fabricating most of the truck, I just don't know much about electric engines. I also have access to a 40" 3 phase but it weighs like 1300 pounds. It's for a rather large vehicle. It'll have two large generators, so I'm not too worried about batteries. I can control acceleration with the rpm of the generators.
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