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    depending on how the converter was handled there...

    depending on how the converter was handled there may not be any power loss at all. i work extensively with vfd's and there are a ton of options for single phase drives without de-rating the output....
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    what can i say henry, great minds think alike!

    what can i say henry, great minds think alike!
  3. that's not the point he's trying to make. he...

    that's not the point he's trying to make. he already knows how to reply with quotes. some forums have a system where you just put an @plus handle and it sends notifications to the recipients without...
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    i think the galvanized panels look great. i...

    i think the galvanized panels look great. i wouldn't change a thing except lights if needed.

    scratch that, i see it has led lights already. seems like a no brainer to me.
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    hell yes, i'd look hard at that. epoxy paint will...

    hell yes, i'd look hard at that. epoxy paint will hold up almost as good as powder coat, maybe better. like len says, as long as you can control the air flow like you want it's a great deal. brand...
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    no kidding! break out the long board for that...

    no kidding! break out the long board for that one...
  7. don't think that works on this forum.

    don't think that works on this forum.
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    happy to help, that's what this site is all...

    happy to help, that's what this site is all about. let us know how it goes.:thumb:
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    as soon as i posted that reply i remembered a...

    as soon as i posted that reply i remembered a similar but different situation i had with the door weatherstrip channel. for the one i cut the shape of the door out of flat sheet metal but a little...
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    i have a three roll tool i use for crowning...

    i have a three roll tool i use for crowning stainless tube. it also has a bunch of different rolls you stack in different configurations to arc different profiles. i can roll angle, flat, channel,...
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    ajax and comet work like diminishing compound. i...

    ajax and comet work like diminishing compound. i have an older car that i completely neglected and every couple of years i'll give it the old scrubbing powder wash job. works pretty good for that,...
  12. no kidding dude, that's brutal... do your best...

    no kidding dude, that's brutal...
    do your best to keep everything dry. i'd say warm too, but that train left already.
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    Another thing I see is a common thing...

    Another thing I see is a common thing unexperienced people do is try to keep the repair area very small. This makes it harder to do a good job of making an invisible repair. All the paint near the...
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    You should read some of the material in the...

    You should read some of the material in the classroom section. Brian Martin posted some material called basics of working with filler or something like that. Very good info for you.
    Otherwise, since...
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    i like it just as is. good gloss, nice amount of...

    i like it just as is. good gloss, nice amount of peel to resemble factory finish. great job!
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    hey, we all learn something when we take time to...

    hey, we all learn something when we take time to share. thanks for taking the time to do it.
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    i would think the clear would be where the uv...

    i would think the clear would be where the uv protection comes in. if the rustoleum has good uv protection, the red should hold up.
    my experience though, is red tends to fade faster than other...
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    i have read that h-d uses ppg deltron 2000. this...

    i have read that h-d uses ppg deltron 2000.
    this is info given from fairly reputable source, but i don't know it to be gospel...
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    i tend to agree with that, those fenders are...

    i tend to agree with that, those fenders are huge, lots of leverage. i'm leaning towards just welding the rivets like your friend did. then we could still have the original look but no movement and...
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    it's not about the welding per se, we're both...

    it's not about the welding per se, we're both accomplished welders. he's worried about vibration cracking the welds. i don't think the front fender vibrates as much as the rear one especially on this...
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    i'm having this same debate with my son on his...

    i'm having this same debate with my son on his road king fender. i'm leaning to the weld it up side of things, but he's not sure. it's just so hard to prep those rivets properly.
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    more time with your son is a great reason to be...

    more time with your son is a great reason to be doing it. i'm helping my son with some tins for his road king. good stuff.
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    good deal, as len says it should come back with a...

    good deal, as len says it should come back with a little effort. if it doesn't you can just scuff and re-coat without any issue.
    just be sure to only use compound on it till you decide if it's ok....
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    straight enamel with no hardener? or acrylic...

    straight enamel with no hardener? or acrylic enamel with hardener?
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    i like lens idea of the bed sheet since you're...

    i like lens idea of the bed sheet since you're indoors. i have a cover for one of my cars and i find it traps and holds too much dust and dirt. the one you posted is a vastly different material...
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    1.5 mm is .059 inches, so .060 is a good place to...

    1.5 mm is .059 inches, so .060 is a good place to start. report back if you have success.
    the little touch up gun is so small and handy, i hope it works.
    i sure wish that glue was available in...
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    do you really think you need the slick sand in...

    do you really think you need the slick sand in the first place? if you got the panels flat already maybe a little glazing putty would take care of the small defects/scratch marks and you could just...
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    which hf gun are you using for this? i have an...

    which hf gun are you using for this? i have an old siphon feed for it but was wondering if a little touch up gravity feed might work too.
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    i would think the autoweld would work. it's...

    i would think the autoweld would work. it's probably 75/25 argon/co2 right?
    of course you could order the bloxygen from len too, it's straight argon.
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    that's what i use. it's the real deal. a buddy...

    that's what i use. it's the real deal. a buddy with an upholstery shop gave me that tip a long time ago and i have used it ever since. it lasts forever at the rate i use it so i float argon over it...
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    len is right earl, avoid opening you hardener...

    len is right earl, avoid opening you hardener until you absolutely have to. i haven't heard of using hydrogen before as it's a lighter than air gas and will float on top of any oxygen in the...
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    and keep in mind if you do build your own custom,...

    and keep in mind if you do build your own custom, slower rpm pumps make less heat which means less moisture to deal with.
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    yeah, where would you draw the line on old school...

    yeah, where would you draw the line on old school technology? would you stick with lacquer primer and lacquer based glazing putty? i bet not.
    i do admit i liked using that stuff though. i miss...
  34. that's a pretty small regulator mounted on the...

    that's a pretty small regulator mounted on the wall there. the filter/regulator len posted has a much larger diaphragm and handles a much higher flow than the one you have. keep in mind that the...
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    like most here i use an old fridge. but if you're...

    like most here i use an old fridge. but if you're looking for options, a propane locker like for marine use may be a solution. they can either be sealed tight or vented with a hose fitting.
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    thanks for posting your results. that actually...

    thanks for posting your results. that actually does look like a well built puller, quick and easy to use. i may just have to get one. it seems the cone may not be the best dolly but will work fairly...
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    agreed. i wouldn't try it with an air riveter for...

    agreed. i wouldn't try it with an air riveter for the same reasons as you. but my hydraulic one has incredible control and i think it would work very well. since len can't comment on the materials of...
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    i'm curious about the construction of that tool....

    i'm curious about the construction of that tool. is the nose piece made of plastic? it seems like it's pretty much a rivet gun with a cone shaped attachment. is that about right? it seems like a...
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    seeing the homemade tool set made me think maybe...

    seeing the homemade tool set made me think maybe a set of pdr tools could get in that tank and push the dings out.
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    some tank dents can be removed (at least...

    some tank dents can be removed (at least partially removed) by filling the tank with water, sealing it up, and freezing it. sharper creases are tougher to do this way, but dish shaped dents come out...
  41. nice! that's a serious project. when i first saw...

    nice! that's a serious project.
    when i first saw the framing i thought, dang that"s a heavy frame. then i saw the motor...that's fun on a stick right there... love that dash, and i've always been a...
  42. you're quite welcome, i know how easy it is to...

    you're quite welcome,
    i know how easy it is to put the man hours in on a project. the car this air box goes in has been in my shop for about ten years...granted, i only get an hour or two here and...
  43. i finally got a chance to spray the zr reduced...

    i finally got a chance to spray the zr reduced with xylene. here's the level of sheen on an airbox part from my car.
    it's really close to the sheen you get from the spray cans but it lays down much...
  44. oh my god, i just read the amazon ad for that...

    oh my god, i just read the amazon ad for that starting line gun. check out this statement:

    YOUR HEALTH IS OUR CONCERN With DeVilbiss paint gun, there is less overspray in the air which means no...
  45. ok, now we have enough information to help a...

    ok, now we have enough information to help a little. as bob k says, your pressure is way too low. that's first and foremost. second, when you start spraying and it looks funky, stop! in fact, do some...
  46. hard to tell from the picture but it seems like...

    hard to tell from the picture but it seems like dry spray. are you shooting it outside? what's the temp of the metal? if it's only happening on the top surfaces and you're painting outdoors the metal...
  47. $25 to $30 will get you a 4x6 welding blanket....

    $25 to $30 will get you a 4x6 welding blanket. i'd build that into the cost of the job and then you'll have it for years to come.
  48. you have a lot of variables going on there. if it...

    you have a lot of variables going on there. if it were me... i'd sand it all off and use epoxy primer (or direct to metal urethane primer) again before the base/clear. at the very least i'd try to...
  49. as far as the clear goes, here's the tech sheet...

    as far as the clear goes,
    here's the tech sheet
    https://download.kwasny.com/datasheets/TMB-680061_GB.pdf
    here's the web site...
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    of course the te result is different because...

    of course the te result is different because there were different sets of test criteria. if you want to have a good comparison you have to standardize the test.
    two different tests is a good idea as...
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