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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by Speedytech7, May 31, 2018.

  1. Sep 4, 2019 at 8:25 PM
    eon_blue

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    I'm thinking we just need to find a place with 2 bathrooms
     
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    Nah, if they wanna see it let em
     
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  3. Sep 4, 2019 at 8:26 PM
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    This is CA, I'd probably get arrested and labeled a sex offender for the rest of my life if a neighbor saw me peeing in the backyard.
     
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  4. Sep 4, 2019 at 8:27 PM
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    Fair
     
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    Wtf? The world is your bathroom. Under what circu would a dude pee in a sink? You walk outside and find a bush. No bush? Open the door if your truck and use it for cover. Californians....
     
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  6. Sep 4, 2019 at 8:34 PM
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    ^^ Not gonna take chances pissing in potential view of neighbors in a state that has given people a sex offender status for doing so.

    Although, not being bothered by kids knocking on my door every Halloween does sound nice.
     
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  7. Sep 4, 2019 at 8:41 PM
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    So anyway, back to this broken faucet issue...when I had it apart there was a screw that goes through the middle of it and into the valve stemming directly off the plumbing. I checked out the screw and it doesn't look stripped at all, or broken, but it is awfully short for something that looks like it's solely responsible for turning the valve. It's maybe 1/2" long.

    Since we already have a guy coming out tomorrow I'll just wait and see what he says but I'm wondering if that screw is the issue.
     
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    There is different style valves. But commonly the screw is just attached to a rubber disc that closes off the flow. If that rubber deteriorated it will just allow water to flow. On some valves its rebuildable.
     
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    Huh, ok that makes sense. Especially given the age of the house, no idea how old this plumbing is but it's gotta be pretty damn old.
     
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    Congrats to you for being so well endowed a car door can't hide it. :laugh:
     
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    Hm well hopefully it's easily replaceable, the girl that lives in the house behind us uses the same water line as we do so she's without water as well until this gets resolved. She wasn't happy when I told her about what happened.

    Told her she can turn the water back on when she needs it but it has to stay off otherwise, and she asked why we can't just let the shower run until it gets fixed. I was like, look...I know the landlord pays the water bill but unless you want both our rents to double next month I don't think that's a great idea' lol. Derp.
     
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    I have never found good prices for Mikwaukee anything on Amazon, always beter elsewhere. Not that it matters but a lot of people wonder where Amazon gets Milwaukee stuff since they're not actually an authorized dealer. Might be an issue if you ever have to send something in for warranty. I personally never had to.

    That kit would go on sale for $299 but it looks llike that's what Home Depot's price for it now is. Can order it on Home Depot's site & have it shipped to a local store, no shipping charge. I've done that a number of times.

    Honestly if these are tools you plan on keepi g for a while & use often, I would spend the cash on the Fuel stuff. They're not just hype, the brushless motors do have longer runtimes & more power. I've never compared the circular saws though. Drills & nutdrivers at work yes.

    I had the M18 Hackzall non Fuel, ended up selling it got the Fuel Hackzall. The Fuel version is much better. Slightly more compact, more stroke, & more runtime.

    But the non Fuel stuff are still good reliable tools. If you're not in a rush, wait till they have the Milwaukee deals from places like Acme, Toolbarn, CPO, etc.

    I got my M18 drill/driver Fuel gen2 set from Acme when they had a deal, got 2 extra 5.0 bateries for free.
     
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    OT, Should I get a KTM 990 Superduke or Supercharger and all the shit for the truck? Been looking at new bikes lately and need some quick in my life my 636 ninja is cool but...
     
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    Anything i buy will be for work as well as personal. So yeah maybes fuel is a better way to go. I have a fuel angle driver and hydraulic driver. And they work well for what ive done with them. I have been kinda disappointed with the M12 drill i have. feel like my craftmen one was way more powerful. The m12 impact is fine though
     
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