In, Happy Easter.
Yes, Kobalt is Lowe's private brand. I have the 80v mower, line trimmer and blower.Kolbalt is Lowes private brand, right? I almost bought a battery mower but I got my gas one going. Battery mower is in my future, maybe Greenworks. Not cheap, about 5 bills.
If you find that they don't hold up, purchase one of these.Just had 2 of these huge syringe delivered from Amazon to suck the oil out of small engines. Great idea. I’ll use for the snow blower in the fall. Can probably suck some brake fluid out of the reservoir to get some of the old fluid out and mix with new. Do it about 4 times and most of the fluid will be new.
It was, my dad's was the first stop. 100 eggs between a 3 & 4 year old... we may have over did it. Lol.Looks like a fun day M92.
Most were plastic candy filled.That’s like a thousand dollars worth at Walmart right now!
I should fill my car at Aldi’s for .70c a dozen and become a dealer in Walmart parking lots. I could prosper at $1.25.
Ice cream was still $1.99 this morning though.
This was quicker . Both posts are green board 4x6s, 30 y.o., and in a difficult spot. I did repack, shim and adjust the hinges the best that I could. At least I'll be able to reinstall these parts when I eventually have to replace the posts. It's a heavy gate, so support on both sides even with new posts won't hurt anything, well maybe a bare foot.😬Why didn't you just line it up and re-enforce the pole holding the gate and hinges???
I've never had luck with that kind of mount. Eventually wind drag on the flags causes too much movement of the bracket and the fasteners begin wallowing out the holes in the wood. Leverage and all that. Maybe not an issue if there isn't much wind where you live.
Something I've seen work better, though not as attractive, is a two point attachment. The base of the staff on the wall below the fascia and a second supporting bracket on the fascia.
Sorry to hear about your friend, that is horrible.Undergoing some grieving today. One of my former coworkers sent out a text to a couple of us former coworkers. The text stated that another former coworker was shot and killed last night. I am in shock. After I retired we stayed in touch with him and we remained friends. I just finished sponsoring him at the gun club I belong to. We had gotten together several times in the past few weeks as I brought him around to introduce him to some of the other members. The text I received today said that he had a been in some sort of altercation with a neighbor who shot him multiple times. Unfortunately all of this happened when his wife was out. He was with 7 year old son, who ended up calling 911. Not a lot of other details but I feel badly hearing this upsetting news and especially for his wife and son.
3ph 400a 230v electric service.Making giant beer coolers?
Thanks.92, you should apply for a patent on that! Prolly too late as you've thrown it in the public arena.
I do like it, a lot
WD 40 is a Water Displacement formula after 40 variants. It’s not really a lubricant. Just like the cleaner Formula 409. It’s the 409th try before they got it right.
I sprayed the whole inside and blades on the snowblower with WD40 before putting away for the summer. Moisture barrier for rust I guess.
Nothing to add but cracking my knuckles relieves pain for a second.Ok groanards, I need some advice on what might be arthritis in my hands. Working with steel all day every day, has my hands in constant pain. Mostly it the knuckles in my fingers. Also, experiencing trigger finger on my right hand. It's painful, and one of my fingers is usually stuck in a flexed position when I wake up. I really don't want to take any medication, because I don't like taking pills. Maybe some sort of OTC joint inflammation supplement or cream? I ordered something like relief factor that should be here soon. Hoping that will afford some relief.
The side effects that go along with most arthritis meds are terrible! 😬