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Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nate Apr 6. 5 Replies

Just picked up a new Wheel Barrow...do you think it would make sense to spray the inside with an inexpensive bed liner? I just think it might prolong the life of it. It's a steel bucket. Anyone done…Continue

Mounting a Bench Vise

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Mar 23. 5 Replies

I'm fairly new at building things etc. I've been working on a big workbench for my garage. My dad was nice enough to buy a bench vise. I've been reading about how to mount it and most info suggests…Continue

Need advice on mounting Bench Vise (on the AOM Workbench)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Nov 8, 2015. 4 Replies

Good afternoon! I need a little help...I've been craving to build the AOM workbench  and having…Continue

Best family tree website or software

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seitanist Dan Sep 13, 2014. 5 Replies

Any recommendations for the best family tree software or website? I'm primarily looking to capture some info I have scribbled on random papers in an organized fashion. It'd be great to be able print…Continue

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Nate replied to Nate's discussion Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?
"Thanks everyone."
Apr 6
Vendetta replied to Nate's discussion Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?
"The handle components, wheels, and/or screws (or rivets depending on the brand) will give out before the bucket does.Seems unnecessary to me. "
Apr 6
Justin replied to Nate's discussion Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?
"Spray on bed liner is expensive. Browse the roofing section of the hardware store and see if there's a small can of black waterproofing roof repair stuff. Not the tar. It'd be cheaper and is basically the same thing "
Apr 5
Joshua replied to Nate's discussion Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?
"I have had the same true temper wheelbarrow for a decade and I have never stored it outside of the ellements and it works just as good as the day I bought it.  In fact there is very minimal surface rust in the thing at all.  I suspect it…"
Apr 5
Jack Bauer replied to Nate's discussion Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?
"I guess if you're all that concerned about banging-up or scratching it. Still, I wouldn't.  It's a wheelbarrow, not a truck.  It's supposed to get banged-up, it costs about $80 to replace entirely, and, if it breaks,…"
Apr 5
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Wheel Barrow - Bed Liner?

Just picked up a new Wheel Barrow...do you think it would make sense to spray the inside with an inexpensive bed liner? I just think it might prolong the life of it. It's a steel bucket. Anyone done that before?See More
Apr 5
Justin replied to Nate's discussion Mounting a Bench Vise
"thanks for pics. two bolts with nuts plus one lag screw into the frame should work fine! be sure to pre-drill the hole for the lag screw (smaller than the threads though) so you don't split the wood when you screw it in"
Mar 23
Nate replied to Nate's discussion Mounting a Bench Vise
"Thanks everyone...posting some pics.  "
Mar 21
Liam Strain replied to Nate's discussion Mounting a Bench Vise
"A lag screw should be ample support - especially if that's only one of the anchor points."
Mar 20
Chad Gorshing replied to Nate's discussion Mounting a Bench Vise
"Can you post some pictures to help others understand the bench, the frame, the vice ..etc?"
Mar 20
Nate posted a discussion

Mounting a Bench Vise

I'm fairly new at building things etc. I've been working on a big workbench for my garage. My dad was nice enough to buy a bench vise. I've been reading about how to mount it and most info suggests the stationary jaw should extend beyond the edge of the bench so you could hang something down...with the way the mounting holes are on the swivel base the only way I could do that would be to have the bolt go into the 2x4 that is my frame (under the table top). This doesn't seem like a great idea in…See More
Mar 20
Shane replied to Nate's discussion Need advice on mounting Bench Vise (on the AOM Workbench)
"Build a header and run it flat on the edge you'll put the vice on. Drill holes and put a through opt with wing nuts on the bottom."
Nov 8, 2015
Sir replied to Nate's discussion Need advice on mounting Bench Vise (on the AOM Workbench)
"I didn't put anything on my workbench either.  I have clamps for when I need soemthiung fixed.  Admittedly they dont' work that well -- keep coming off."
Nov 8, 2015
John Muir replied to Nate's discussion Need advice on mounting Bench Vise (on the AOM Workbench)
"Think hard about where you're putting the vise - it will eat up one corner of the bench. Maybe use wing-nuts on the bolts you attach it to the bench with, or even better yet a cam and rod set up for quick removal or re-positioning so you can…"
Nov 8, 2015
Liam Strain replied to Nate's discussion Need advice on mounting Bench Vise (on the AOM Workbench)
"I would probably just double up a layer of 3/4" ply under the bottom of the box where the vise is going - to keep that from flexing too much. I don't think you need to worry about the void. "
Nov 8, 2015
Nate posted a discussion

Need advice on mounting Bench Vise (on the AOM Workbench)

Good afternoon! I need a little help...I've been craving to build the AOM workbench  and having recently moved to where I know have a garage...I'm as close as ever. I mentioned to my dad I wanted a bench vise and he got me a really heavy duty one from…See More
Nov 8, 2015

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At 7:52pm on June 14, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Nate. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
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Welcome to the Community, Nate! If you have any comments or questions, don't hesitate to let me know.
 
 
 

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