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Excellent suggestion, thanks!
Any big-box hardware store...
25 years ago I bought a couple 'rare earth' magnets that were about 1"L x 1/2"W x 1/4" thick at an electronic surplus store. When I showed them to my coworkers they were amazed at how powerful they were. You could toss these things at a steel cabinet from 12' feet away and they "snapped" on with such force it was scary. You absolutely could not remove them without sliding them off the edge. Well I found that when placing one on each side of my hand they held together through my hand so well that it was very difficult to remove them.I showed the trick to everyone in the shop. When I finally removed them an hour later I found hundreds of red speckles in the pores on the front of my hand. These suckers were actually pulling the iron out of my blood through my skin !!!
Yup, been doing that since my gramps showed me the trick 45 years ago. TIP: He placed the magnet in a handkerchief and tied it off with a bit of tape.This way you could just wipe it over the vehicle body - especially the rocker panels...
To easily remove labels etc, use engine starting fluid and a Scotchbrite pad. ***Wear gloves!
if it's good quality meat, i'd never use any 'sauce' just herbs & pepperKetchup?! seriously?
I second that mate! Taste that flavor. iksnay on the canola. It's all GMO now...
Unbelievable! you Texans gonna let that stuff stand? FEDERAL Law states that:750 watts(1-hp) + pedal power + no faster than 25mph. = a legal bicycle - period - in all 50 states...Gotit yall?!
Let's see your eBike build!
Wireless control panelBuilt in rechargeable battery (usb chargeable)Turn SignalsSuper bright LED lightLasers for even more visibilityWorks awesome $27.95 !https://lunacycle.com/x5-rear-light-w-laser/
In fact you can't ride it on any roads in the US either due to it not having operable pedals. The laws here are simple. Limited to 750watts (1 HP), 20mph, and must have pedals. Otherwise you need a moped license & insurance.
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My dude 4-ever, I subscribed as soon as I saw your intro pic's. Simply beautiful. After waching the video builds, I just learned sooo much, I feel I owe you a dinner & drinks...You just changed the way we build custom built-ins.I'm sharing these concepts w/my guys - Many Thanks!
Very elegant & practical. I really like how you made the 'cable ways'. Well done!
Simple genius - thanks!
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My Grandfather showed me how to maintain refrigerator/freezer door gasket seals using simple vaseline. Thoroughly wash down the seals with soapy water, rinse, and let dry. Then, simply use your finger to apply a thin coat of vaseline to the flat face of the gasket. The door will not stick anymore and the gasket will last much longer.
Very good ible, thanks! Regarding the adhesive on the LED tape, it is imperative to first rub/wash the area to be taped/lighted with rubbing alcohol & then let to dry for 15+ minutes. Then when applying the lite-tape in 3-4" at a time - take the time to apply steady pressure for at least 30 seconds each. Your job will last for years & years...Cheers!
Umm.. In Ohio and I believe most developed 48-States you must have operable pedal/chainset to meet the requirements of a nonlicensed bicycle.But dude, I'm w/everybody else - Awesome build !!! I'm inspired!
Umm.. In Ohio and I believe most developed 48-States you must have operable pedal/chainset to meet the requirements of a nonlicensed bicycle.But dude, I'm w/everybody else - Awesome build !!!