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Wrapped nylon rope through the handle; this hangs down into the cement adding that extra bit of hold and safety. Filled the ball on top of a scale so I could get the weight I needed. When it cures, concrete will lose only about 4% of it's wet weight. Made my finished kettlebell come out to exactly 25lbs (11.3kg). Since I had some pvc,concrete, bolts, and rope laying around, my costs were $2.95 for the thrift store basketball and $0.99 for the cheap black spray paint.
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Thanks!!! My 2001 Odyssey's a/c recently quit and this 'ible helped me finally get my rear vents working. hpage66's comment allowed me to get the duct out of the way just enough to get to the mounting bolts (see pic of sleeve on duct). The 2nd tab fell apart since I didn't keep it pressed together till it cooled. To fix, I placed some of the black substance I'd cut off between the 2 parts and reheated, squeezed, and cooled. In the end, the resistance measured 1.2 ohms. Do one side at a time so you can note and compare the orientation of the large gear in regards to how it is connected to the window latch as I had to completely disassemble to pull out the motor with worm gear.
Awesome! Thanks so much. Worked great on my old but reliable Odyssey that carries everything from a full load of people, sheets of plywood, to surfboards. To add some useful info, taking off the door panel is simple. There's a 'U' clip behind the inside door handle and a Phillips head screw under a tiny cover there. After that, it's just some careful prying near the clips all around the door and window. From there, I found the difficult part to be separating the linkage from the broken plastic piece. I used cutting pliers to grab around and pry. Then it's just 3 bolts to get the handle out.
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