Shop at critical mass

It's a good feeling. Almost anything I need to make or do, the stuff is there to do it. Latest trifling; I needed to polish up some
aluminum body side trim finials for the Datsun. There was my HF 3" grinder with flex shaft and collet. A 1" polishing wheel from my HF 150 pc. rotary acc. set, and some 3M buffing compound. The grinder could throttle down to a perfect speed for the wheel. The parts came out really nice. JR Dweller in the cellar -------------------------------------------------------------- Home Page: http://www.seanet.com/~jasonrnorth If you're not the lead dog, the view never changes Doubt yourself, and the real world will eat you alive The world doesn't revolve around you, it revolves around me No skeletons in the closet; just decomposing corpses -------------------------------------------------------------- Dependence is Vulnerability: -------------------------------------------------------------- "Open the Pod Bay Doors please, Hal" "I'm sorry, Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that.."
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What model Datsun? I have a 1965 SPL-310 that is in dire need of restoration. ignator
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This looks just like my Fairlady. Only driveable, and without the body cancer. Thanks
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On Thu, 17 Jun 2010 08:27:01 -0700, JR North

Daisy DDaaiissyyy I can feel it, Dave Bicycle built for twooo...
Man! You need to put some antennas on that thing, orange tips or something. I had a '70 MGB and people do not see that low to the ground.
My favorite was a early 60's Austin Healey 3000 that a friend use to lend me all the time, he wouldn't part with it. Worth a fortune now. He asked me to install a radio for him once and I was having trouble on how to support the back of the radio so he grabbed the drill and put two holes in front of the windshield right trough the aluminum body.
SW
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JR North wrote:

Amen, brother, it _is_ a good feeling. Very satisfying.
Bob
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At first I thought you said "at critical mess".
My second thought on this is that you will soon need more stuff.
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I took critical mass to mean it was so packed with chit you can't move.
I'm glad you have your shop set up efficiently for your needs because it is a great feeling when you can find your stuff with out searching.
Wes
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