4dead

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  1. Thanks Daswulf, that answers my question. Guess I'll just go with the MMM finish.
  2. I just made my brother an outdoor, 2 bottle hanging wine rack. Really came out good so far. After I cleaned it up I coated it with Marvel Mystery Oil. I am thinking of putting on a spray clear acrylic coating over that. Just want to keep it from rusting as long as possible as we live in N. Carolina. Anyone have any experience coating MMM or suggestions on doing this? Thanks Randy.
  3. Dan you posted a pic. a few years ago of a business card holder made from a bent bolt and wrench. I drew it out on a piece of paper and have been trying to make it. Ain,t working. Any way you can post pic again or Email me one. I have bent my wrench every way you can think of but I just can't get it. Really would like to see the picture again but it won't show on I Forge. Thanks Randy in N.C.

  4. Since I have to drive thru a creek in the mountains of North Carolina to get to my shop. Forde The Creek Forge.
  5. Alan thanks for the tip. I welded me up a jig yesterday that I am going to try today. Grant did you make that sheep herders wagon? Thanks Randy.
  6. Thanks Grant I have sideboards on it. I think I will stay with the flat stock idea. I don't believe I can get the rebar bent good enough to pass the better half's specs. Thanks Randy.
  7. Thomas I never thought of that. What size would be best. The wagon is not going to be moved, and I am thinking of running horizontal supports on it also. think 3/8 would work with the grey PVC over it? Then I'll do the pipe attached to the wagon as Winginit suggests.Whatcha think?
  8. I have a hay wagon I am going to make a covered wagon just for the Grand kids to camp in. I am planning on using 1/4 x 1" flat bar for the hoops. Any suggestions on the best way to make the brackets that I slip the ends into? I will just screw them into the boards thinking of using the same size flat stock just can't seem to think of how to make them. Any help appreciated. Thanks Randy.
  9. 4dead

    iron city question

    Thanks to all for the help. I will give it a good look over and let you know what happens.
  10. 4dead

    iron city question

    I am not sure. I wish I had looked at it closer. It looked like it was just worn thin.
  11. 4dead

    iron city question

    I went and googled iron city post vise images. I guess you are right Thomas, that part I was describing must be the extension that you are talking about. If that part is worn out and there is no damage to the screw or screwbox then that should not be a problem. Right?
  12. 4dead

    iron city question

    I went and googled iron city post vise images. I guess you are right Thomas, that part I was describing must be the extension that you are talking about. If that part is worn out and there is no damage to the screw or screwbox then that should not be a problem. Right?
  13. 4dead

    iron city question

    Thomas it is not an extension. It actually somewhat covers the screw directly below the jaws. But it does also have a extension as you stated. Also, not that this has anything to do with the question, he is asking $150.00 for it. Way more than I have ever gave for one but if he will negotiate I am definitely interested. Thanks.
  14. 4dead

    iron city question

    Do all Iron city vise's have this shield?