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39380Re: [hobbicast] Re: Post drill pictures

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  • Rupert
    Mar 4, 2009
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      Hey John,
      They work fine if you replace the hand crank with a pulley, belt and
      electric motor. :-) Post drills are great where a slow turning bit is
      required.

      Rupert

      JohnW wrote:
      > Lance
      > Looks very nice.
      >
      > If it were mine I'd take a sledge to it and break it to pieces. As a youngster it was often my job to turn the crank on one of these, I still hate the site of them LOL.
      >
      > JohnW
      >
      > --- In hobbicast@yahoogroups.com, Lance <gbof@...> wrote:
      >> Rex and Gene
      >>
      >> here's the refurb post drill
      >>
      >> http://tinyurl.com/ck389e
      >>
      >> This is to the group's photo page.
      >>
      >> Folder is named post drill refurb if Yahoo
      >> kills the link . The nice finish of the wheel you cast
      >> set the color scheme... Aluminum and Green.
      >>
      >> I have added some nylon bushing and brass washers
      >> to take up some play and act as bearing surfaces.
      >>
      >> I need to make and finish a suitable mounting board
      >> for the extended chrome steel post.
      >>
      >> Thanks for your help in re-doing the rear wheel.
      >>
      >> lance
      >> ++++
      >>
      >>
      >> On Feb 17, 2009, at 5:27 PM, Rexarino wrote:
      >>
      >>> Hi Lance. I was out of town for 2 weeks, helping relatives with
      >>> problems. Now I'm home, and Joe and I would love to see pictures at
      >>> your convenience, either as it is, or mounted. Since I have DSL and
      >>> gmail, send whatever size and quantity of pictures you like, or post
      >>> them to the group so we can all see your handiwork! It sounds like
      >>> you've done a real bang-up job on the post drill! I wish my projects
      >>> had made as much headway as yours...
      >>>
      >>
      >>
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      >>
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      Rupert Wenig
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