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Offline tommyhnavix

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List of dream tools for the shop Saw repair and restoration
« on: January 21, 2012, 06:19:24 pm »
Here is a list of tools that would make saw repair and restoration much easier!! Some have them, some still want them. Size depends on your requirements or room constraints.
Buy some together with a friend or two and share.
Later I will give more info about ways to aquire some of them.
Tom
Basic hand tools
Air tolls
Cordless tools
Air compressor Small medium large
Enclosed sand blaster cabinet small large
Industrial inspection microscope
Silvey sharpening equipment
Ultrasonic part washer small medium
Arbor press small large
Hydraulic press small medium
Lathe small medium
Vertical mill small
Horizontal mill small
Cutting torch with heating and brazing attachments
Tig/stick welder medium
Wire welder medium
Enclosed hot water parts washer medium
Solvent parts washer small medium
Magnifier light large magnifing glass loupe
Small medi-lite
Belt sander
Carbide drill bits
Left hand drill bits
Drill press small medium
Mini paint booth
Compression gauge
Walbo Zama carb tool kits
Proper spark testers
digital and analog volt ohm meter
Chai beaker Rivet spinner
Manuals and IPL's for reference
FIRE EXTINGUSHER!!! with easy access more than one ok

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Would this thing be any good for mufflers etc or anything at all.  All I have still is a stick welder for emergency repairs.

110 century wire feed welder

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I had a Hobart 185 110v basically the same machine from what I can tell.  Used flux coated or solid wire w/argon/co2.  It does a pretty good job on 1/4" and down metal.  1/4" is MAX unless you V and make multiple passes.  Should be good for mufflers.  I bought a Hobart 250 and sold the 185.
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The Century brand came from Farm & Fleet or TSC?
We should share what we know... someone may learn...
That knowledge can live after us... and that "Pays It Forward".
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The Century brand came from Farm & Fleet or TSC?

I thought it was Sears. But dont know. 
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Home Depot??  Seems like I remember seeing that brand there maybe not coulda been somewhere else.  Had a brain fart pretty sure Carquest Auto parts.
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What would something like that one go for used? Says works but I never messed with one before to know what to check.

I can get a small likable saw and that for 1 price.
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AFAIK Century stuff is decent.
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I did not see a flex shaft in your list.   I would add that with an assortment of burrs.
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