>>938328 this, make a sanding bow. you wont get the crisp tight curves, but should get something usable. also, round off the edges as much as possible with a knife or chisel, will be much faster than sanding it down. (don't use knife with drill and with drill press only if you have a centerpoint on the bottom too. too much sideways force otherwise.)
You set up 'zones'. Each zone is run for a particular length of time i.e. 1 hour. You can then use different emitters to control how much flow you get out the end. usually 1/2, 1, and 2 gallons per hour.
You're also limited by tubing size. for example my lines I buy, the 1/4" tube is limited to a 30' run and can supply 30 gallons per hour. So I can take a 1/4" line and put a couple T's in and get 15x2gph emitters.
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In Russian prisons a snitches tattoos are removed as punishment by filing magnesium into a fine powder, then bandage the magnesium powder over the tattoo. This dissolves the skin and the tattoo with it.
I picked up a Line Trimmer off the side of the road two days ago. It had disintegrated fuel lines and old fuel still in it. I emptied this out completely, rebuilt the carb, installed new fuel lines and filter, put in a new spark plug, and I've cleaned carbon deposits from the exhaust port and spark arrestor.
It now starts, but sometimes bogs down straight away, other times it will run well and idle great. There's a little bit of oil(fuel?) leaking from the exhaust still, and it blows white smoke on idle and blue smoke when I hit the throttle.
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Take the muffle off and see what happens. Don't over rev it though. The muffler can serve as a rev limiter in those but if its internally blocked with oil deposits they have to go one way or the other.
If the carb was rebuilt using the old rubber gaskets etc pic related you can have issues. I have tried cleaning them and all but once the are hardened they are never the same again.
So long story short, I bought a condo about a year and a half ago. I haven't paid off the mortgage obviously, and it was a 30 year payoff plan or whatever.
My aunt is a realtor so she really knew what was happening. But things have happened and I was considering moving/selling the place. But since I have had the 30 year agreement or whatever, what happens if I want to sell it and haven't paid for the entire thing (basically barely any of it, actually)?
Do I have to pay for the other 28.5 years? Does the bank take it and then when the next buyer purchases,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>938150 you have to talk to the bank. the new owner will probably take over your mortgage and pay you the difference if you are able to swing it. if the rate stays the same it should be a better deal than if it is cleanly purchased. if its variable rate there's no benefit to anyone.
I need help with these LEDs I got today, it didn't come with a power box to connect to a power outlet and I was asking for you help so see which power supply I needed and I would find around my house any ideas?
pretty much all the info you need is on that thingamajig. you need a 12V power brick, preferably at 6A, with a barrel plug, positive on the inside. then one connector goes off to your lamps, and some other doodad receives a signal from the remote control, if you have it.
usually if you actually want help, and not to waste people's time, you provide a model number or an ebay link, or something, anything, more substantive than the tiny shred of info you coughed up.
I'm going to do my first home brew today. I'm using a kit I received for Christmas, and it includes everything I need. The ingredients make an IPA, which is not something I enjoy. I'm planning to change the recipe a bit, and reduce the amount of hops, or leave them out altogether in favor of some lemon zest. I've done some research and I know when and how to do that.
I was wondering if anyone has advice on the hops. The hops included are Columbus and Cascade hops. Which one is the more overpowering bitter hoppy flavor? What other sort of spices might... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I hate to be That Guy but Google will probably give you more comprehensive answers than most people on here.
I have a couple things to note however. Considered how much beer you drink in one sitting before bottling. It is fucked up how much time you save when you use 1litre bottles over the average 340- whatever bottles.
Re sealable "buckle" caps are also save you the money of buying a capper.
>>938048 Bitter flavor comes from boiling the hops, if you want a less bitter beer just cut the hops weight by half or better yet use a IBU calculator.
Research hop schedules, the longer you boil hops the more alpha acids are isomerized which give beer its bitterness but also gets rid of volatile compounds (flavors and aroma). A 60 min boil is called the bittering addition, 30 min are flavor addition and 0 min are aroma addition. Aroma and flavor additions contribute less IBUs to the finished beer but gives it more "palate"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I used to work at an independent video game store years ago and surprising enough, we would use a fresh price sticker to pull sticker residue off. Keep in mind most game packaging is plastic so, your results may vary.
What exactly are you trying to do? Rewiring up buttons, speakers, and mics is trivially easy and not very useful unless something broked. If you want to add new functionality, it'll be pretty difficult because it means repurposing connections, modifying drivers and OS changes.
Here's my rough plan for a platform bed, any thoughts?
Specific questions: 1. What type of wood would look good for the exposed parts (B C D E)? The room is light yellow, so something dark i think. 2. Would the box (F G) be more stable, or should i use posts? 3. I have the exposed wood 2' longer than the platform. Should it be the same length x width? I wanted some wiggle/fuck-up room, and if i don't fuck up (!) it'll just hang off by and inche. 4. How can i attach the exposed wood without overly visible screws? Glue? Paint the screws?
Do I really need a college or university course to learn how to solder? I'd like to learn and become proficient and do repairs in the future. But holy tits even the bottom of the barrel shitty college courses here are $10,000 for a 2 year courses. That's a ridiculous amount of money to throw out without a guarantee that I'll make it back quickly. It's not really an option anyway as my credit is shit since I have a few things in collections. (Fun fact the last time I went to school for something they let me in the course before my student loan was completed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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