Gettin learnt, right on. Best of luck on the buy!
Anybody ever get the dumb idea to hot rod their leaf blower?
Please tell me I'm not alone.
Right on, good to hear! Hope the buggy goes well.So yesterday, we closed on our house finally and started to move in. Glad to have a garage now to do some work.
Just rent a mini excavator and do it yourself. It’s way fun and a boat load of money cheaper.
Glad they were honest. Hope the drainage solves it. How old is the house? Mine's 58', cracks for days.Before we bought our house, we knew the basement had a water leak. The sellers of the house had
So 212cc instead of 208cc? Or is the stroke less than 55mm? Thanks for the update,I installed a 70mm block and piston instead of 68 before.
Glad they were honest. Hope the drainage solves it. How old is the house? Mine's 58', cracks for days.
Support plates added for the basement walls, no leaks thankfully. Full basement? How much land ye gots? Nuff for some
So 212cc instead of 208cc? Or is the stroke less than 55mm? Thanks for the update,
I hope your friend can find the replacement parts he needs. I think it's awesome that
you keep interest in sport, even if parts are difficult to source.
Got me a new toy today, 2016. She's fun. My brother approves. IS700 ferris,
full suspension so you don't spill your brew...
Power in older, non renovated homes is a constant problem. Ours was built in '49 and has 100 A service. In the summer in GA, that gets maxed out real quick.Build date is sometime in 1898. Old part of the house has a partial brick foundation. "Newer" part is elevated with blocks. The small town...well out here anything under like 1000 people is considered a village, has a population of 861.
Picked up a Hart (new brand Wal*Mart sells) 5 gallon wet/dry vac in stainless steel. Filled it up all the way once, and probably partially filled it after I had emptied it. Installed nearly a hole caulk tube of Flex Paste (it's under the Flex Seal brand) in and around the cracked. Probably added way more than needed, but screw it. Wanted to make sure it's not going to come through there. So wherever water comes from next, just keep sealing it until it can't anymore.
House has 9' ceilings and thick walls. Remember, house was built late 19th century, so construction is with course cut lumber...basically if it said it was a 2"x4", it was an honest 2"x4". Need to replace the T-stat. Nothing wrong with it, just want a smart T-stat to help with keeping electric and gas bill low. However the current one is an older one that has Mercury in it, so disposing of it is going to suck until I find a house hold hazardous materials place. Also waiting on Windstream to come out next Friday to do our internet. Probably going to take quite a bit of time for installation on that due to I doubt this place ever had DSL. Could've had satellite, but that's expensive and unreliable at best.
We have some long term projects for this house and we are hoping to stay here for at least 10 to 20 years or longer. .3 acre lot all together, so we have room to expand a bit. Other than needing more power in the garage, I also want to put either a sink out there or even a half bathroom.