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Hopefully someone can assist me with my DIY...Thanks


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Re: Hopefully someone can assist me with my DIY...Thanks

Yea some detail... Would be not only nessecary... But fantastic!

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Last edited by Gerick; Today at 12:39 AM.. Reason: Almost 75 views n not one suggestion..so I deleted it and will ask somewhere else !
I'm guessing they ran out of patience?
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Lol! Maybe all 75 views didn't know the answer?
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Some of us only check this forum a couple or three times a day. And, sometimes a request takes some time to think about.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-31-2013, 05:26 AM
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i can assist, first take the doohickey, and attach it to the thingamajig with some glue, or you could screw it on. either way works fine.
after that you'll need some room for the whatsit to fit in, i'd suggest a light explosive . don't use C4 that could mar the finish.
a shape charge will be ok.
after you've put out the flames, the smoke has cleared and you'r done venting the work area. it's time to think about why you didn't put your safety goggles on in the first place.
now, take out the skill saw and plug it in. but first make sure your Properly grounded by standing in a large bucket of water.and cut a circle in the bottom for drainage.
now you can flip it back over and you done. you may need some help doing this, so ask an arbitrary stanger for some assistance.
but if asks what your makeing, tell him it's a secret!
and if he offers you some candy, and a ride................................take it!

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