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Re: 2020 Gardens JIM 2 hours ago
NICE.
were getting squash almost daily beans are done peas never did produce tomatoes are just starting to ripen and just started getting cucumbers. still no peppers either. been a wacked season again
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Re: What odd jobs did you do today? sonny Yesterday at 04:45 PM
Lucked out on that one!!! lol! --- Ya a bit close!
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Re: What to build next... sonny Yesterday at 04:42 PM
Personally,----I vote for anything with tracks! lol!! LOVE crawlers!
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Re: Finally "finished" my track loader build JIM 07/24/2020 11:52 AM
LOOKS GREAT
I Still need to paint all my projects. I make the mistake of testing them first then don't want to put them out of service to paint them. Now that I have a good working wet blaster to prep with I may get to it.
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Re: John Deere 3235C/Jacobson HR5111 - 134" Mower Build! sonny 07/13/2020 03:22 PM
That's a mean machine! lol!! Lotta work making it BUT looks like it does super job! ---Congrats on a job well done!
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Re: Pressure Washer Sandblast Old as Dirt 07/10/2020 01:30 PM
I have been trolling the net on a usable material for flash rust preventive. Too much stuff is just BS, grossly expensive, or requires to much prep when you are ready to paint.

I've used Ospho in the past, but had disappointing results requiring a second clean up that was almost as much work as the original cleaning. Have to look at my application of the Ospho. It's likely I screwed that up as I subscribe to the " if some is good ******too much **** etc".

Has to be a relatively cheap easy way to do this, just need to cut thru the cloud of advertising BS that surrounds products that have a very high markup.

I like the leaf blower idea and will try it. Recently I replaced the NiCds for my Ryobi with Lithium, made my small leaf blower actually useful. Should work well as a parts dryer.

Thanks for the comments

JLG
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2020 Gardens
by sonny - 08/07/2020 12:58 PM
What odd jobs did you do today?
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What to build next...
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Finally "finished" my track loader build
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Pressure Washer Sandblast
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