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07-16-2010, 07:22 AM
We have no kids visiting, actually not many visitors at all, so I am not worried about some kid getting hold of the Glock, or I wouldn't leave it out. I have a pistol handle Mossberg in the bedroom,...
07-15-2010, 08:43 PM
I guess I should know by now all we often get on this forum is a bunch of smart a**es.
Thanks for reminding me.
I guess I thought us being in the same field would bring some sort of friendship, but...
07-15-2010, 05:55 PM
Within easy reach, I like my remotes, and also like to be prepared for uninvited guests.
I had the customer's carpenter build me a table with 3" wheels, also a shelf, I rolled it up to the unit, (In a closet)...
Thanks guys, just what I feared, just a glorified window unit I guess.
I have a few of these guys in an office building I am taking care of:
Armstrong ARMEQP 64HWC244A MAGIC PAK NEW GENERATION
I can't for the life of me find any way of getting to the...
Dave you are a smart guy, (and nice) you are right on in your assessment.
My 30 plus year carrier has been with commercial rooftop equipment, when I sold my last (small) company, I went to...
You can always count on the "looks good but.."
Here are pictures of the air tank I mounted on the frame of my truck for on-board air. Air tools, air horn, so on. E-bay. Mounted on 2008 Super Duty-3/4...
Nice! My son has a Harley, I will send him a copy of the link.
My on board air is from Harbor Freight, around $40.00, a knock-off of Viair's quality unit. I had a Viair first, lasted about a year,...
Yes, Train horns. 160 DB of sweet chaos. My wife bought them for me for Christmas, installed them this morning. Have to get cats mental health therapy now.
(Test honk in garage :) ) Before anyone...
DGIO and kwilcox, thanks, it's nice to be appreciated.
My largest account is a management company, I've known the owner for 30 years, I always treat him right, look after his interests; one business...
Funny thing, the same customer called me on Thanksgiving. Different problem.
I had to drive 30 miles each way, snow and ice on highways, blowing hard, drifting here in K.C. Mo. She is a good...
Thank you for the info, very nice of you.
Good advice, he is an old pal of mine, it's in his house. I think he is attached to the machine...
Thanks for getting back to me on this.
Oh, if I sell him a new one, I work myself out of repairs.....
What is the valve called that drains the sump after harvest?
and.. does anyone have a resource for an exploded parts view on the machines?
The owner is getting me mod. and serial # on it....
Everyone here in K.C. is back-ordered.
If so, how are they? I find the brackets lacking on the W/R HSI.
09-24-2009, 07:26 AM
Exactly what I did, wish I put it in years ago. I run a ceiling fan and the A/C evap fan is hardly noticeable, can't hear the condenser at all.
Looks like no one will touch this thread after weber drove a wooden spike through it's heart.
You might do a search on it and see what comes up.
09-06-2009, 01:52 PM
And cuts one.....
09-02-2009, 10:47 AM
Probably not so much fun, :( but thanks for responding.
I will drop by the store and check on it.
09-02-2009, 08:33 AM
What are some causes for a partially frozen evaporator (besides low charge) on a walk-in evap, 3 fan Larkin food cooler, full charge 404, was running fine, thermostat set on 38, 5 degree...
My neighbor bought a used Bunton, they use them on golf courses, it's a commercial unit.
I got tired of seeing it un-maintained, so I cleaned it up for him, changed the oil, greased it and repaired...
I have the crunch, but carry the Supertool, it flips open and shut like a butterfly knife, real easy and fast.
Sad job, but you know that already.
I want to thank you for your service, and want you to know that you have all of our support back home.
Something us Vietnam vets did not have, but it makes me...
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