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  • cloud runner
    Well, DR, the buffing wheel I use if for jewelry. It is about six inches in diameter. i simply hold the screw facinto the wheel, it is a fabric that one puts
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 24, 2008
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      Well, DR, the buffing wheel I use if for jewelry.  It is about six inches in diameter.  i simply hold the screw facinto the wheel, it is a fabric that one puts a buffing compound on, and it makes a convex surface without further ado.
       
      Tim, good to see you posting, and hope you are feeling OK.  While you ar a master machenst and all you say is right on, I have never had any trouble pulling the old silver contact out of the screw with a pair of pliers.  i have always been able to put the new one in by aligning the new contact on the screw vertically, and pushing down against a (work) table.  The silver pin is pretty soft.
       
      Three weeks to the Pikes Peak Marathon.  yesterday it seemed like it would be a good idea to do one minute duration steep uphill sprints.  What seemed a good idea yesterday has left me with second thoughts today!  Hah-hah !!!
       
      73 - fred - kt5x
       
       
    • elawson@inficad.com
      ... I use the rim to rim to rim Grand Canyon dayhike like you use the marathons.... I m getting ready to head up Squaw Peak. It s a bit over a mile one way
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 25, 2008
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        Quoting cloud runner <KT5X@...>:

        > Good ideas and second thoughts... (a complete non-sequiter)
        >
        > At some point it seemed like a good idea to "keep on running." So i
        > have done that for fifty years now. At age 63 I appreciate being
        > able to run more than ever.
        >
        > At some point it seemed like a good idea to keep signing up to do
        > the Pikes Peak Marathon as a personal challenge to keeping on running.
        >
        > At some point this morning, it seemed like a good idea to one minute
        > high speed uphill surges as part of the preparation.
        >
        > Fast forward a few hours... I'm in pain, Mike!

        I use the rim to rim to rim Grand Canyon dayhike like you use the
        marathons.... I'm getting ready to head up Squaw Peak. It's a bit
        over a mile one way with a 1250 foot climb and under my hat is the
        only shady part of the trail. It's going to be around 109F....at
        least the crowds will be gone.... :-)

        Eric

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