I use a piece of 2x4 and a pipe wrench, it fits perfectly between the fins.For below ground check valve lids I have a 3’ 3” scl40 and a 2” chunk of pipe notched with a hole through the top for a screwdriver as leverage. Plenty of other tools that just aren’t coming to mind at the moment.
We now have to wear dust masks with cartridges in our province to protect against silicosis. Anyone caught without wearing one when drilling anchor shots for example will get fined. I've been wearing masks since I can't remember.Nothing special. Just what we use to catch dust. Now every truck is stocked with a hepa filter because of this whole silica thing, but this works well too.
Yes I know its usa made however, the only one available to me was from south korea. We are very limited to what we can buy online, it feels like we are in a third world country and can barely get anything. Also very few sellers on ebay will ship up here. I don't know what the fear is. Then on amazon we only have a fraction of the things you have. Then the private sellers like to put a price tag of hundreds of dollars for a simple item that cost 20$.https://www.amazon.com/CRL-SQW100R-...id=1540158121&sr=8-2&keywords=squeeze+ratchet
says its made in the USA...who knows..
We can't buy guns so....but you can buy weed legal anyplace now in canada...if you cant get tools you can get stoned..:vs_laugh::vs_laugh::vs_laugh:
No it's been like that since I've been buying on ebay for over a decade. American sellers in general do not want to ship to Canada.I assume it's an issue with import restrictions.
I have an arc welder and mig. The mini mig I got from the trash and fixed the issues. I use flux wire and I don't have gas bottle(there is a port for it), it makes booger welds but I get by for what I usually make.do you TIG weld? that gives you much more control to make tools and you can weld steel, SS, copper, brass , aluminum, basically any weldable metal...
Red for the Canadian flag... Blue for the British?? Just joking. :wink:I have that same wrench but mine is blue, I wonder why.
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I'll have to check the cost of things, How much do they cost? 1500$??treat yourself to a plasma cutter, they work great...
I haven't measured the hole but it's a little more than 1/8. I wonder where I would find grade 8 or even grade 5 in that size.nails are soft and have no shear strength from metal twisting in that swivel, you would be better off buying some grade 8 hardware and using that and tack welding the nut so it wont loosen up, I bet that nail doesnt last long if you get into some tough muck to clean out..