Al, Years ago in my sailboat racing days, one of the mags I read had a section every month called "Things That Work" The subscribers would send in some of their ideas and tricks for working around the shop. It was my favorite part of the magazine. Some of the things people come up with to make a hard job easy were really incredible. I had a situation come up last week on removing a pilot bushing form my crank. I had no idea how to get it out. One of the guys suggested using the hydrolic (sp) pressure with grease. It came right out! I would have never thought of that and would have spent days getting it out. Anyway, it reminded me of that column.
Something like that on this site would really be cool. I think it would be a great way to share ideas and tricks of the trade. I can just imagine some of the neat ways people on this site come up with ways to do things.
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