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    happycheapskate: Those are electric compressors, aren't they? If you took their motor to use on a bike, you would need a long cord!

    I remember seeing someone reporting info about the generator motor, and said that it would be very hard to use the motor from it; that it was too tightly integrated with the generator.

    If you had an electric bike, you could probably come up with a way to use the HF generator to keep the batteries charged, though...
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    I have another thread on this site about which 2 stroke generator and compressor engines can be used on mb's. The compressors are 2 cycle gas engines, and not compatible. The generator might be useable for some kind of home-rigged job, but does not bolt up like the auger engine to existing kits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ocscully View Post
    Good: 6in. Digital Caliper a Great buy @ 18.00 the usual sale price. Everybody should have one. It reads out in english decimal, english fractions, and metric.

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    I second the digital calipers, I use a set of the lightweight plastic ones in my woodworking hobby and it has added a welcome dimension of precision to my measurements vs. a rusty old 20' tape measure , get two, you wont regret it!

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    The first post of this thread really needs to be updated, everything currently links to some irrigation kit.
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    The 3/8 butterfly impact wrench is it air or electric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fm2200 View Post
    The 3/8 butterfly impact wrench is it air or electric?
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    http://www.harborfreight.com/catalog...+impact+wrench

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    Hello Nuttsy old thread I know, but what would one use as a cleaning agent in the ultra sound cleaner? Thanks!

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    In the past I purchased knowing that the tools are of low quality. And if it breaks or did not work it had a 30 day return policy. Now

    they have a 20% restocking Fee (as they call it) for anything you return. Even if its dead out of the box!

    Before this you knew they sold crap that it may or may not work but you could always return it. Not any more. Harbor Fright

    calls it a rental tax. I will be buying from Home Depot from now on. I'm boycotting Harbor Fright until they remove this

    policy. I hope you do also.

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