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Today 09:24 PM
santa V2.0
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Originally Posted by Jwrednecki View Post
My guess would be that they put a little air pressure in there to help it out. The residual fluid in the cylinder is what is sprayed out

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Originally Posted by M92pv4u View Post
We have rebuilt hydraulic rams with some fiber vee packing and they are tight when you assemble or disassemble them. I use air to blow them apart and it is violent like that.
Well I learned something new. Cool.
Today 09:23 PM
M92pv4u
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Originally Posted by Jwrednecki View Post
My guess would be that they put a little air pressure in there to help it out. The residual fluid in the cylinder is what is sprayed out

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We have rebuilt hydraulic rams with some fiber vee packing and they are tight when you assemble or disassemble them. I use air to blow them apart and it is violent like that.
Today 09:22 PM
Joe_W

Today 09:16 PM
Jwrednecki
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Originally Posted by santa V2.0 View Post
Is that just a giant hydraulic cylinder stuck under pressure seems there has to be a better way to release the pressure.
My guess would be that they put a little air pressure in there to help it out. The residual fluid in the cylinder is what is sprayed out

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Today 09:14 PM
santa V2.0
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Originally Posted by Jwrednecki View Post
Must of been rebuilt by these guys.

https://giphy.com/gifs/vxObTGPZJgnOu56vWO

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Is that just a giant hydraulic cylinder stuck under pressure seems there has to be a better way to release the pressure.
Today 08:54 PM
Joe_W
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Originally Posted by Jwrednecki View Post
Must of been rebuilt by these guys.

https://giphy.com/gifs/vxObTGPZJgnOu56vWO

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holy shit
Today 08:36 PM
Jwrednecki
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Originally Posted by Mr. Mindless View Post
Looks like the ram is bending during the lift, but I can't figure what would bound it up like that?


https://giphy.com/gifs/l378h8LgyxDc05PDG/html5

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Must of been rebuilt by these guys.

https://giphy.com/gifs/vxObTGPZJgnOu56vWO

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Today 07:33 PM
Mr. Mindless Found a 2yr old Reddit thread on it, all dumb except one reply that suggested the pins could be bound up from wear+overloading and introduce a bending moment. The ram looks bowed to me.
Today 07:24 PM
[486]
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Originally Posted by Mr. Mindless View Post
Looks like the ram is bending during the lift, but I can't figure what would bound it up like that?


https://giphy.com/gifs/l378h8LgyxDc05PDG/html5

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maybe it reached end of travel, and someone had blocked off the overpressure bypass?
Today 07:15 PM
Mr. Mindless Looks like the ram is bending during the lift, but I can't figure what would bound it up like that?


https://giphy.com/gifs/l378h8LgyxDc05PDG/html5

Sorry for the lack of embed. I'll fix it tomorrow with real computer(r) if someone else doesn't.
Today 02:15 PM
animator
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Originally Posted by Jwrednecki View Post
Cookie cutter I spotted at Macy's.[IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191205

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Wife's mother has that exact set, or something damn similar. And every year, without fail, one of the "candy canes" gets decorated like a dick. A ginger bread man also gets a dick drawn on him too.
Today 01:22 PM
yozsi
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Originally Posted by total newb View Post
Meh. I have had to change out plenty of buss bars. Newer and 50+years old. The vast majority are alum. Residential and apartment building primaries.
The bussing in my current building 480v/3ph is all alum.
actually these older challenger panels have copper buss bars. the contacts on the breakers become loose under high load and boom
Today 12:05 AM
total newb
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Originally Posted by yozsi View Post
nope. shitty ass challenger panel. blew that part of the bus bar right off.
Meh. I have had to change out plenty of buss bars. Newer and 50+years old. The vast majority are alum. Residential and apartment building primaries.
The bussing in my current building 480v/3ph is all alum.
Yesterday 11:36 PM
1975f100
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Originally Posted by Jwrednecki View Post
Cookie cutter I spotted at Macy's.

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Saw something similar at the local grocers Wtf were they thinking
Yesterday 08:48 PM
Jwrednecki Cookie cutter I spotted at Macy's.

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Yesterday 06:52 PM
PROJECTJUNKIE
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Originally Posted by MochaMike View Post
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Years ago I found a perfect side profile of a full-size bronco in a dry wash bed, it was petty fucking detailed
Yesterday 02:32 PM
yozsi
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Originally Posted by GTOffroader View Post
I'm not an electrician but that doesn't look right.
nope. shitty ass challenger panel. blew that part of the bus bar right off.
Yesterday 02:00 PM
GTOffroader I'm not an electrician but that doesn't look right.
Yesterday 01:32 PM
yozsi I told my neighbors to swap out their panel when they got solar. Nope, don't listen to me until now. They are still taking it way too lightly.
12-03-2019 12:03 PM
Flatbed Was checking to see about Harris...

Nope, not yet.

I'll check back later.
12-03-2019 11:27 AM
bad booger
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Originally Posted by kf4zht View Post
Shame there wasn't already a product that kept your earbuds attached together...

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Great idea! I have been working on a design myself and they are ready to hit the market. $50 a pair, get em while they last.
12-03-2019 07:15 AM
thefishguy77
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Originally Posted by MochaMike View Post
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Thats not going to buff out.




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12-03-2019 06:05 AM
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12-03-2019 12:22 AM
MochaMike .
12-02-2019 07:06 PM
kf4zht Shame there wasn't already a product that kept your earbuds attached together...

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