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Re: Top of piston has....
« Reply #10 on: September 11, 2015, 08:26:52 am »
Rings are showing delivery today....good thing.
Wife wants to re-do the floor in the spare room from carpet to tile this weekend....bad for me, good for the house and her thing.

I'll let you decide what you think will happen.



Was wondering what size solder folks are using to check squish?  I have some really thin stuff(.015), and I'm thinking that would be far too thin to use.  What is a 'good squish' for the 064?(this isn't a race saw, just a tired workhorse saw)



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