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Posted in thread: Retaining Wall & Pressure Treated Wood ??? on 07-09-2015 at 05:59 AM
Are you talking about changing just a few peices or the whole wall. Don't know the product you
asked about but it would want to be underground rated.:o. Micro Pro Sienna (Brown)Wood replaces
Posted in thread: Retaining Wall & Pressure Treated Wood ??? on 07-08-2015 at 07:02 AM
:o. Have a Retaining Wall which stretches through the Ditch and sits on top of a steel culvert
pipe at the lowest point. The R/W stretches 12ft. and stands 4 1/2ft. @ the centre point.. The
ditch has ...
Posted in thread: Metal Shed & Doors on 06-30-2015 at 06:00 AM
alright! grease should last for a good while;) @ slownsteady... Got a Tip from another DIY
Forum, They tried it and it's working fabulously.. Replace the Plastic Blocks with 1" Plastic
Rollers that ar...
Posted in thread: Sears Craftsman Model 315.17321 Planer... on 06-29-2015 at 10:44 AM
:help: Was given a Sears Craftsman Model 315.17321 Planer sometime ago and of course came
without an Operating Manual... There appears to be No Parts / Blade / 's Missing ?? There is
only one Adjustme...
Posted in thread: Metal Shed & Doors on 06-29-2015 at 06:48 AM
:) @ slownsteady... I'll try the Lithium Grease or some kinda spray on goo that will create a
Slippery Surface.. It's an Arrow Brand from Home Depot, $249.00 Cdn..lol.. Wish they would have
Posted in thread: Metal Shed & Doors on 06-29-2015 at 04:44 AM
Lithium grease on the track, or silicone spray if you prefer. Also check for slightly bent
metal that could be rubbing the track or roller.:) @ slownsteady... I'll try the Lithium Grease
or some kinda...
Posted in thread: Metal Shed & Doors on 06-28-2015 at 09:40 AM
:hide: Recently Assembled an 8' X 6' Metal Shed.. Took care to follow the Installation
Instructions to the letter.. Problem is the Sliding Doors and they were adjusted to sit flush
when closed.. One n...
Posted in thread: Induction Stove Top vs Regular Electric Element Stove Top on 06-03-2015 at 06:00 AM
I'm curious, NorPlan, does your area run on hydroelectric power (hence the "hydro")?:hide:
Eastern Ontario.... Just the very word "Hydro" in the Province of Ontario is a Dirty Word..
It's the #1 Hot P...
Posted in thread: Induction Stove Top vs Regular Electric Element Stove Top on 05-28-2015 at 05:34 AM
I've heard that because the induction cookers heat things so quickly, they don't use as much
electricity. I don't know how much energy they save though.Another con I forgot to mention is
the cost of t...
Posted in thread: Induction Stove Top vs Regular Electric Element Stove Top on 05-26-2015 at 05:43 AM
I forgot to mention that my current regular stove (which is not working right now) is a regular
electric range with those coil burners. They don't always heat evenly, they are a pain to
clean, and it ...