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General Discussion / Re: Good deed paid back
« Last post by Bill Houghton on Today at 11:38:18 AM »
Plus time with your daughter-in-law!  Sounds like a great day all around.
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General Discussion / Re: Good deed paid back
« Last post by turnnut on Today at 11:20:13 AM »
 your welcome, glad to help.

  plus I forgot to compliment you on your 50 mile round trip, it's always a good feeling to be able to help someone.
  the best part is when they show their appreciation, that makes the day for both parties.

  that must be the reason that we keep our trucks after retirement.
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General Discussion / Re: Tape measures - some show and tell
« Last post by Papaw on Today at 09:17:21 AM »
Maybe wvtools has a new email address, I don't get any response from him here or by email.
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Welcome Board and Introductions / Re: New
« Last post by Papaw on Today at 09:14:44 AM »
Welcome to Tool Talk.

Please tell us a bit about yourself in the Introduction Forum, and check the guidelines for selling here in the For Sale forum.
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Welcome Board and Introductions / New
« Last post by joemcochran on Today at 09:08:31 AM »
Dispersing a 40 yr collection of tools
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I personally think it works great.  The flaw may be the exposed gears. 
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General Discussion / Re: Good deed paid back
« Last post by Papaw on Today at 08:18:40 AM »
Thanks turnnut.
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General Discussion / Re: Good deed paid back
« Last post by turnnut on Today at 07:37:44 AM »
 Papaw, check out e-bay # 172676177160   it is for the Craftsman 6" belt driven grinder instructions. it has
 some info that you may use.   they list a 1/4 HP motor,  1/2" V-belt
 you can mount the motor to the rear or mount it below the grinder.
 sellers name;   everyinstructionmanual

  also check out the 6" craftsman grinder rebuild on Vintage Machinery

   vintagemachinery.org/photoindex/detail.aspx?id=7454
 
 
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General Discussion / Re: Good deed paid back
« Last post by EVILDR235 on July 27, 2017, 10:11:03 PM »
Very nice. I like tools that uses a motor setup like that. Motor goes bad, you just grab another off the shelf in the garage. All my Craftsman table saws and air compressors have the same setup. I dislike tools where the tool has to be tossed when the motor dies. That grinder should last for many years if the former owner kept it lubed.

EvilDr235
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What's-It Forum / ?? Hand forged spike and pendant pull?
« Last post by Giovangee on July 27, 2017, 08:54:03 PM »
Appears to be a large door pull of some sort - all hand-forged and very smoothly worked.
Lady told me it was "something used to tie horses to.."
Maybe hardware in a paddock?  Any help is appreciated
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