I don't toss stuff nearly as much as I should as well! The eyeglass lenses got me thinking I do the same thing! Multiple old scripts filling a drawer! My rationale is that good money was spent and seems a waste to throw away! Even though they're unusable. Same with old computers and electronics, clothes, magazines....you get the picture. D.mn, I need to clean out my garage and basement!LOL!
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Got my MCM issue 201 and got excited when I saw the Down n Dirty article dirt bikes with the van. Very cool little bikes but I need to know how to get that side door on the van to slide open and closed. Got one in my stash I'm holding off on building till I can get this figured out. Any ideas? Thanks, figured if anyone would know it would have to be here!
Frankly, I'm all for the back up cameras on vehicles! Fantastic safety feature! Have one on my pickup and it eliminates the huge blind spot from the top of the tailgate, bumper to the ground! Can't count the number of near misses it helps to avoid! Yeah, I still use all my mirrors! This feature augments there use. Why do you think they use them on school buses?
http://i1157.photobucket.com/albums/p595/photoguy70/IMAG0682_zps0jkl5skr.jpg Don't waste your money on those mini drills! The really small ones don't have points on them and don't cut worth a carp! Get the tiny drills from micro mart instead! Cost a little more but work!😉
Kinda wonder what the reaction would be here if these cars were made out of plastic from someone's spare parts box and sitting on a table. Does't seem all that different from some of the stuff I've seen in the contest magazines except there made from real car scrap parts! Just sayin'!😜
I built a down draft paint booth that uses the same filter as my furnace 1 x 16 x 25 inches. The working area above is about 20 - 25 inches and the front is slightly slanted so I can lay a piece of plexiglass over the front without it falling off. I mounted a ceramic light fixture to a small piece of wood that can easily be removed from my booth when I'm painting. To dry paint I use a 100 watt lightbulb. The fixture is mounted as high as I can get it in the booth on the back wall so it's not too close to my parts. Using an outdoor liquid thermometer inside the booth with the light and closed with the plexiglass, the temperature only gets to 97 degrees. To be sure, I tested the heated space with a junker body and it survived no melting after sitting over night. May have got lucky because it works great for drying enamal piant in about 2 to 3 days! But then, I use Donn Yosts paint method too!😉 Lately it been getting more difficult to get 100 watt bulbs may try 75's instead