strube1369

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About strube1369

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    Junior Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lincoln, Ne. USA
  • Interests
    Welding, blacksmithing, woodworking, reading...

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  • Location
    Lincoln, Ne.
  • Biography
    REALLLLy recently retired firefighter.
  • Interests
    woodworking, metalworking
  • Occupation
    Just retired one month ago!
  1. strube1369

    New steak flipper.

    Coolest reshaped horseshoe I've ever seen!
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    Chain Mailbox Post

    I think it's way cool! Just curious, what did you weld it with?
  3. Congratulations on your retirement, Did you retire from Lincoln?
    Steve
    L.A. County Local 1014

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    Montana State University

    Beautiful work!
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    Some crosses

    Really pretty work!
  6. strube1369

    Gates & signs Finished

    Really impressive work!
  7. strube1369

    Lamp

    Lotta work but really nice result!
  8. strube1369

    Iron and Bronze

    WOW!
  9. strube1369

    My new portable rig

    Nice spears! Hey, I noticed that you do not type with a Brooklyn accent...
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    'W'S Pattern damascus ring

    Absolutely gorgeous!
  11. strube1369

    hood ornament/statuette

    Ya might check these sites out: http://www.myhomefoundry.com/index.html or http://www.abymc.com/ Alot of good info.
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    Vice grips/Mole wrenches

    How 'bout a picture? Thanks!
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    Vice grips/Mole wrenches

    O.K., I may have been a little hasty with my offer. I notice you are in the U.K. and that makes me think it would be a little pricey... Once again: me and my big mouth. (Or typing fingers...)
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    Vice grips/Mole wrenches

    To all who hate vise-grips: Send all yours to me. I will give those pesky things a good home...
  15. strube1369

    Attempt on a hammer; failure

    That's not a failure. You successfully learned that THAT didn't work... There's a learning curve to everything and it sometimes feels like I am always on the uphill side of that curve...