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    My first attempt at a weather vane. My son helped me put it up today and of course there is not even a breath of a breeze so I don't know how smoothly it operates yet. We'll see...Name:  6a00273fa9b3ecc113966685325cdfd5.jpg
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    Professional firefighter (retired). Amateur everything else I try to do...
    Oh yeah: GO BIG RED!

  • #2
    Very cool project.

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    • #3
      Very nice work
      What material did you use?

      Ji
      Grip it and Rip it

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      • #4
        weather vane

        Originally posted by Jigantor View Post
        Very nice work
        What material did you use?

        Ji
        I cut it out of 12 gauge hot rolled steel. Used 3/4 inch galvanized pipe and a pipe cap. Bought the roof mount and used 3/4" steel rod and 2 ball bearings. Hasn't been even a little breeze all danged day so I still don't know how well it actually works...
        Professional firefighter (retired). Amateur everything else I try to do...
        Oh yeah: GO BIG RED!

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