Sorry for the late reply, but yes keep the screws under 1/2" so you don't piece the inside of the cooler. Alternatively, you could drill all the way through, then use bolts with rubber washers from the inside out, like are used to attach a toilet tank.I don't think silicon or any adhesive would hold very well over time
Did you ever build one? Post pics if so
No backflow valve needed. This is no different than hooking up a sprinkler to your faucet, and you don't use a backflow valve in that scenario.
Nice. When I first made this, those didn't exist
I guess in all my editing of this 'ble I deleted it, but I had a paragraph in here that said something to the effect of "a proper chain break tool works better and is cheaper. I only built this to see if it would work, and because I had the supplies on hand"That being said, I've been going stir crazy with this whole pandemic so it did provide a little entertainment
Ya, one of the reasons I started watching diy chain break vids was because I loaned out my original tool and thought I might need something in a pinch. I ride motorized bikes and I like to carry one and a few extra links in my bag because I've been stranded before on a ride. Thanks for the nice comment.
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How to Build an Awesome Reading Nook With Book Storage.
how's it sound?
DIY $5.00 Sandblaster
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Laura, I've made one already and am about to make 2 more for relatives. Thank you!Have you tried using a brad nailer for nailing the slats to the frame? I'm considering using them instead of the hassle of screws. Do you think the results would be as good or would they pop out over time?
many people say it isn't worth the effort to DIY oil change, but if you set alerts on deal sites you can find great quality oil very cheaply. Usually with rebates, you can get 5qt synthetic for $10-$12. That's much cheaper than a synthetic oil change at a jiffy lube, plus you know the job is getting done right. I'm still using synthetic oil I stocked up on when I was alerted to a clearance 2 years ago at my AutoZone for only $1/at.
I'd try red to red and bare to black.
I own an M1 carbine, and that is definitely what this one is
DIY Duct Tape Flip Flops
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I'll bet the chics dig it too
Update: So it has been a few weeks riding with the rear stax can and I must say I like it. I keep spare tubes for my bike and the kids' bikes in it (26",20",14"). It's perfect for that. And I can keep my levers, patches, keys and wallet in my regular handlebar bag with loads of room now. I feel much safer riding with the kids knowing I can replace a tube if need be.
thanks for voting! I like the rear one better too.
great 'ible. I voted
Duct Tape Utility Bag
Upcycled Chip Can Bike BagView Instructable »
Intro to Soldering
x10 modules leak a small amount of current by design. This had no negative impact in a world of incandescents, but will cause CFL and LED bulbs to flicker even when they are turned off. You can hack the modules so that they will work with these bulbs by cutting a diode on the circuit board. Here's a link http://www.laureanno.com/x10-mod3.html
The user manual here will show how to program the house and unit codes to the wall switch. https://www.x10.com/ss13a.html
I have no suggestions to troubleshoot other than to put everything back the way it was. Sorry!
I used a serrated kitchen knife and sawed at it.
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