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    Buy flea mkt hub motor or not

    Found a 26 in rear hub motor with good tire for $15. Wheel does not appear to turn relative to axle. Ordinarily I would snap it up, but I plan on moving out of state. One side of the hub is attached with screws. .A cable is attached, with several small wires. Buy it? Thanks
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    Boston Acoustics TeeVee 25 interface and opening case

    Picked up a TeeVee 25 subwoofer at flea market. Turns out it is not bluetooth. It has a plastic case that I don't want to break. Removed all of the big screws, nothing is moving. I understand there was some problems with driver melting down, but for a buck, why not. The plan, install a...
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    Diy book scanning

    I realize there are sites for book scanning, but they aren't atomic zombies. I would like to scan books, reduce their volume and make them searchable, my understanding Automatic diy scanners have been done either with help from bernouli or some type of servo. Lots of cameras on a stick, ranging...
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    Tubing notching

    Just reading your tutorial. Miter.exe is a very simple pc program. You input angle, tubing specs and it will printout paper fishmouth pattern. I don't bother with my tubing notCher because miter works so well
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    Miter fishmouth computer pattern maker

    Just reading your tutorial. Miter.exe is a very simple pc program. You input angle, tubing specs and it will printout paper fishmouth pattern. I don't bother with my tubing notCher because miter works so well
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    Crank up the Wayback Machine

    Back in the day a display motor device was available. It consisted of a pivoting mechanism driven by a solenoid The arm would swing thru and arc, driven by the solenoid until power was cut by a microswitch, prn Anyone have either the name or source? Thanks
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    Help needed on 2 of my zombie bikes

    Project 1, my tadpole trike. I splurged and had the local shop paint it with automotive paint and clear coat. The problem the bottom bracket assembly moves relative to the rail frame because of the slick nature of the clear coat. Project 2, unfortunately this might be a rhetorical question. My...
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