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  1. Try this stuff. Stick recommended to me and it has worked well. Glad to see you had success!!!
  2. We fixed the females long ago, this one unless he is a hermaphrodite should be okay. Cause for a minute we were churning them out like hotcakes!!
  3. I have not had this problem since my wife adopted some feral cats. Matter of fact with the exception of their friend a Racoon and a Possum little else in in the yard. Had to take down the bird feeder, was like lambs to the slaughter.
  4. Some good stuff. Actually got on the lathe and finished a wine goblet yesterday. Finish is not yet done but working on it. Maybe end of the week..
  5. I knew Stick would find the perfect way to sum this up!!
  6. On supplemental heat I already had a 30 amp breaker with 10 gauge wire for a Heat pump unit. Wire from breaker to outlet was 16 inches. Never had any trouble but could have easily run 12 gauge and been within code. Better at the time seemed like an investment for later. This past winter I bought a 220 heater that required being hardwired with 10 gauge wire to a 30 amp circuit. But hey I already did that. Just changed the outlet and used a Drier cord. Having gone a tad better I made out long term. By the way this heater works great for my 16x20 shop. Have yet to run more than 2 hours entire winter. Land up cutting it off when far side of the shop gets to 700 Maybe an hour? As for original question have no idea really. I have 220 for the compressor and the heater but only because they came that way. Everything else runs off 110 with 20 amp circuits. Bigger shop with say 100 amp service I probably would over time and budget providing upgrade to 220 machines. My idea on this is I move machines from time to time and currently don't want to constantly run new legs of 220. Call me lazy...
  7. Maybe next time he eliminates himself from genepool. Very scary.... Very...

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