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 on: July 19, 2018, 08:09:55 AM 
Started by alexcrmx - Last post by alexcrmx
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 on: July 18, 2018, 02:19:13 PM 
Started by alanjg1 - Last post by alanjg1
A few more:

 on: July 18, 2018, 02:02:42 PM 
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 on: July 18, 2018, 01:56:07 PM 
Started by alanjg1 - Last post by alanjg1
I wonder if anyone could help to identify a propeller blade that has been in my family's possession for over 50 years.
It was originally a gift to my late father from a friend who was associated with Thornaby Aerodrome both during and after WW11.
He told my Dad that it was from a Spitfire and we never have tried to prove or disprove that.
It has been mounted on a wooden display base.

The metal threaded 'hub' is quite pitted and I can't find any markings there. The only thing I can find are the numbers 408 stamped twice into the end of the prop underneath the rubber disc. The rubber disc also has markings. They read R.A 3103. They are stamped into the rubber and covered with a strip of what looks like Denso tape.

I'll attach some pics, but can take more if required. I'll attach a few more to another post or two. (hope that's ok with moderators).
Also posting this in another Aviation forum.
Any help or advice would be much appreciated.

 on: July 18, 2018, 10:49:49 AM 
Started by craderay - Last post by craderay
Looking to choose up a new framer, been swinging a 28oz Estwing for the more significant part of a decade and my wrist, elbow, and arm can't take it much longer. Swinging up within a titanium framing hammer or a lighter steel hammer with a wooden handle. Trying out the lighter wings, they don't feel substantially lighter. Looking at the stiletto 16oz titanium or a 23oz Vaughan California framer. Any other suggestions?

 on: July 17, 2018, 11:19:52 AM 
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In recent years, people have been sitting on propiarenic fashion programs, forgetting about this classic: the 5×5 workout. Since this program has become an excellent example for training, it also had some kind of fad, but not bad at all.

In this article I want to briefly go through the history of the program 5×5, as well as some interpretations of 5×5, which have been used for many years.

The main confusion in the interpretation of 5×5 is that many sources illustrate it in different ways (depending on the purpose and length of training). But I do not want to say that if you are training under the 5×5 program, then you most likely do not know all the nuances.

if you want more just look here: 5x5 Training Routine

 on: July 17, 2018, 10:54:43 AM 
Started by craderay - Last post by craderay
I got a reciprocating saw this weekend to take care of some tree growth. Imagined I'd be able to use the same blade on some of my old growth. Is there a reciprocating saw blade that does this better than a wood blade?

I also have a hedge trimmer that doesn't do much for the old grass. As well as a pair of those scissors. It's like the grass is too thin or floppy or something. Maybe I expected too long.

Anyway, I'll take the advice to make that part of sorting easier!

 on: July 16, 2018, 07:52:48 PM 
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 on: July 16, 2018, 12:32:54 PM 
Started by craderay - Last post by craderay
I'm installing some new doors on my shed this weekend. I want to add a drop rod to one of the doors. That will need me drilling into the concrete part for the drop rod. I've got an SDS rotary hammer drills that can handle it. But I'm curious about bits. Do I want a specific bit for this or can I use any of my bits?

 on: July 15, 2018, 12:19:24 PM 
Started by craderay - Last post by craderay
Maybe I'm just a fool, but I seem unable to change my table saw blade without cutting myself when releasing the arbor nut to get the blade off.

Any ideas? I'm not sure what to do coolly since I need to apply a proper amount of force to the wrenches to get the nut loose—once it loosens, it pops, and my hand goes right into the blade's teeth.

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